Congrats to Tim Soriano

Tim Soriano is the recipient of a postdoctoral fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in Frankfurt, Germany, beginning April 2020. Tim will be working on revising his almost complete dissertation, “The Royal Navy and Legal Pluralism in the British Empire."
Tim also reports that he has three forthcoming articles:
  • "The White Ensign on Land: The Royal Navy and Legal Authority in Early Sierra Leone" in Networks and Connections in Legal History, edited by Michael Lobban and Ian Williams for Cambridge University Press.
  • "Promoting the Industry of Liberated Africans in British Honduras, 1824-41" in Liberated Africans and the Abolition of the Slave Trade 1807-1896, edited by Richard Anderson and Henry Lovejoy for Boydell & Brewer Press.
  • "The peculiar circumstances of that Settlement" Burnaby's Code and Royal Naval Rule in British Honduras" article inlaw&history (the journal for the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society) ed. by Diane Kirkby
Congratulations, Tim! You do us proud!