Tuesday, January 2, 2007
Posted by Alan Childress
There's well deserved praise and attention in this NY Times story and this WSJ blog entry on my GW colleague Maeva Marcus [left], about her work for the Supreme Court Historical Society and its publication of the final collections in its documentary-history series, due out in February. (We posted on the society, membership, and gift ideas here.)
The Times story also notes Dr. Marcus's role in leading the GW-based Institute for Constitutional Studies: "Among its activities, the institute brings young scholars to Washington for seminars on constitutional history. In other words, it may give a new generation the equipment and desire to uncover some of the mysteries that, even after 30 years, still remain." The ICS is ably helmed by Dr. Marcus and its deputy director Dr. Philip Katz.