Amherst Association of Boston
Invites you to a
Fireside Chat with Professor Martha Umphrey
Explore the implications of privacy in contemporary
popular and political culture and conflict during a survey of
Professor Umphrey's Fall 2012 Privacy course
Privacy Course Description
Sunday January 20, 2013
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Suzanne and Olavo Panico P'11
and Nicole Panico '11
352 Hammond Street
Chestnut Hill, MA
"D" line at the Chestnut Hill station (6 minute walk); Head north on Hammond Street
Traveling on Route 9 West from Boston through Brookline toward Newton,
turn right onto Hammond Street
Please click here here to R.S.V.P.
Martha Merrill Umphrey is a professor of law, jurisprudence and social thought. A member of the Amherst faculty since 1994, she has recently served on the Committee of Six and the Presidential Search Committee. Professor Umphrey received her B.A., J.D. and Ph.D. in American Culture from the University of Michigan. Her research and teaching address the interaction of law and culture, historically and theoretically, with particular emphases on the cultural life of trials; on the relations among law, culture, and social identity; on cultural representations of law in film and literature; on American constitutional and criminal law in historical context; and on law and love.
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