About Christopher Tomlins
Christopher Tomlins teaches courses on the history and law of slavery, and on legal history. He also teaches in the undergraduate Legal Studies Program. Tomlins is currently engaged in research on the Nat Turner Slave Rebellion, which occurred in 1831 in Virginia. He is also pursuing research on the history of contemporary legal thought, and on the materialist jurisprudence detectable in the work of the literary critic Walter Benjamin.
Law As … IV: Minor Jurisprudence in Historical Key. An Introduction Law Text Culture (2017)
Is minor jurisprudence tallow or is it tar? Taking its cue from Elvis Costello and the Brodsky Quartet’s ‘Damnation’s Cellar (1993), this introduction presents the idea of ‘minor jurisprudence’ as it was first proposed in ...
12. Abundance and Sex Ratios of Parrotfish among Various Reef Sites of Calabash Caye, Belize University of North Georgia Annual Research Conference (2016)
Abundance and Sex Ratios of Parrotfish among Various Reef Sites of Calabash Caye, Belize Donna K. McCullough, Ellen C. Tomlin, Kimberly T. Wright, Jill G. Schulze, Nancy E. Dalman We investigated the sex ratios of ...
The Influence of Reef Depth on Parrotfish Sex Ratio, Abundance, and Diversity near Calabash Caye, Belize Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference (2015)
We investigated the sex ratios of six species of parrotfish (Family Scaridae) at multiple reef sites off the coast of Calabash Caye, Belize, in the Caribbean Sea. Parrotfish are sequential hermaphrodites, which means they change ...