Stanford University law Professor Richard Thompson Ford looked at how dress codes have been used to maintain social and political hierarchies throughout history. This was a virtual event hosted by the Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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- Richard Thompson Ford Professor Stanford University->Law School
- Jeannie Suk Gersen Professor Harvard Law School
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