Lawrence Cappello

Lawrence Cappello is an Assistant Professor of U.S. Legal and Constitutional History at The University of Alabama. He received his PhD from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

He is the author of None of Your Damn Business: A History of Privacy in the United States (University of Chicago Press — forthcoming). His essays have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, The Nation, and The Hill.

Past articles:

Can Government Function Without Privacy?

Privacy and the Profit Motive

Reports That Privacy is Dead Have Been Greatly Exaggerated


Olios with this teacher

Upcoming:


Dec 28

New Year’s House Party | Remembering 1919 – A Hellish Year

Taught by Lawrence Cappello
7:30 p.m. at Living Room

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Past:


May 18

How to Talk About Privacy (Without Sounding Like a Conspiracy Theorist)

Taught by Lawrence Cappello
7 p.m. at Strand Bookstore

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Apr 12

Rise of the Factory, Death of the Artisan

Taught by Lawrence Cappello
7 p.m. at WeWork // 205 Hudson

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Aug 26

1950s & Nostalgia: In Search of Greatness in the "Golden Age"

Taught by Lawrence Cappello
7 p.m. at Atlas Studios // Newburgh, NY

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Jul 8

*Olio House Party* ​In Search of Greatness in the 1950s: Greatness For All?

Taught by Lawrence Cappello
7:30 p.m. at Bed Stuy Brownstone

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Jun 2

The Legal Roots of Reproductive Rights and the Birth Of Planned Parenthood

Taught by Lawrence Cappello
7 p.m. at Strand Bookstore

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