Janelle Greenberg

Professor of History

University of Pittsburgh

Janelle Greenberg is a Professor of History at the University of Pittsburgh.  She specializes in Law and Political Thought, Legal History, and Intellectual History of the Medieval and Early Modern periods.  Her works include: The Radical Face of the Ancient Constitution: St. Edward’s “Laws” in Early Modern Political Thought (2001)  Subjects and Sovereigns: The Grand Controversy over Legal Sovereignty in Stuart England (1981), and Michael Sechler, “`There is Scarce a Pamphlet That doth Not Triumph in Bracton’: The Role of De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae in Stuart Political Thought,” History of Political Thought, Vol. XXXIII (2012).