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The following is a list of publications based on work presented at events sponsored by the Center in Law, Society and Culture:

  • Beckman, Karen. 2007. "Telescopes, Transparency, and Torture: Trevor Paglen and the Politics of Exposure." Art Journal 67(3):62-67.
  • Block, Sharon. 2006. "The Means of Sexual Coercion: Identity, Power and Social Consent." In Rape and Sexual Power in Early America, 53-97. Raleigh: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Cain, Jeff. 2007. "Radio LAPD: 70 Years of Public Work." Art Journal 67(3):46-51.
  • Cole, Simon A. 2007. "Jeff Cain's Radio LAPD: Police as Content Provider in the Digital Age." Art Journal 67(3):52-53.
  • Constable, Marianne. 2006. "The Shuffle of Things: Law and Knowledge in 'Modern Society'." Theoretical Inquiries in Law 8(1):185-200.
  • Coutin, Susan Bibler. 2011. "Falling Outside: Excavating the History of Central American Asylum Seekers." Law & Social Inquiry 36(3):569-96.
  • Espeland, Wendy, and Michael Sauder. 2007. "Rankings and Reactivity: How Public Measures Recreate Social Works." American Journal of Sociology 113(1):1-40.
  • Espeland, Wendy, and Berit Vannebo. 2007. "Accountability, Quantification and Law." Annual Review of Law and Social Science 3(1):21-43.
  • Falk, Richard. 2007. "World Tribunal on Iraq: Truth, Law and Justice." In Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence 2006, 15-34. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Falk, Richard. 2008. "World Tribunal on Iraq: Truth, Law and Justice." In The Costs of War: International Law, the UN, and World Order after Iraq, 171-183. New York: Routledge.
  • Frank, David John, Bayliss J. Camp, and Steven A. Boutcher. 2010. “Worldwide Trends in the Criminal Regulation of Sex, 1945 to 2005.” American Sociological Review 75 (December): 867-93.
  • Frank, David John, Tara Hardinge, and Kassia Wosick-Correa. 2009. “The Global Dimensions of Rape-Law Reform: A Cross-National Study of Policy Outcomes.” American Sociological Review 74 (April): 272-90.
  • Goldberg, David Theo. 2008. The Threat of Race: Reflections of Racial Neoliberalism. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Gross, Ariela. 2007. "Of Portuguese Origin: Litigating Identity and Citizenship among the 'Little Races' in Nineteenth-Century America." Law & History Review 25(3):467-512.
  • Gross, Ariela. 2008. What Blood Won't Tell: Race on Trial in America. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • Herbert, Steve, and Katherine Beckett. 2009. "Zoning Out Disorder: Assessing Contemporary Practices of Urban Social Control." Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 47:1-25.
  • Hunt, Ashley. 2007. "The Disappearing/Reappearing Prison." Art Journal 67(3):68-73.
  • Jain, Sarah S. Lochlann. 2006. "Injury in U.S. Risk Culture." In Injury: The Politics of Product Design and Safety Law in the United States, 1-32. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • Kolbowski, Silvia. 2007. "After Hiroshima Mon Amour." Art Journal 67(3):80-84.
  • Leung, Simon. 2007. "The Look of Law." Art Journal 67(3):34-45.
  • Lim, Bliss Cua. 2007. "Silvia Kolbowski's A Film Will be Shown without the Sound." Art Journal 67(3):85-87.
  • Motomura, Hiroshi. 2008. "Immigration Outside the Law." Columbia Law Review 108(8):2037-2097.
  • Paglen, Trevor. 2007. "Pictures from Nowhere: Three Moments." Art Journal 67(3):56-61.
  • Phillip, Kavita. 2005. "What is a Technological Author? The Pirate Function and Intellectual Property." Postcolonial Studies 8(2):199-218.
  • Sandholtz, Wayne. 2008. "Creating Authority: The International Tribunals." In Bruce Cronin and Ian Hurd, eds. The Institution of International Authority: Law, Politics, and the U.N. Security Council. London: Routledge.
  • Sauder, Michael, and Wendy Espeland. 2006. "Strength in Numbers? The Advantages of Multiple Rankings." Indian Law Journal 81:205-227.
  • Sauder, Michael, and Wendy Espeland. 2009. "The Discipline of Rankings: Tight Coupling and Organizational Change." American Sociological Review 74:63-82.
  • Sexton, Jared. 2007. "Captivity, By Turns: A Comment on the Work of Ashley Hunt."  Art Journal 67(3):74-79.
  • Sexton, Jared. 2007. "Racial Profiling and the Societies of Control." In Joy James, ed. Warfare in the Homeland: Policiing and Prison in Penal Democracy, 197-218. Durham: Duke University Press.
  • Shah, Nayan. 2005. "Between 'Oriental Depravity' and 'Natural Degenerates': Spatial Borderlands and the Making of Ordinary Americans." American Quarterly 57(3):703-725.
  • Thomas, Brook, ed. 2006. Liberty Ltd.: Civil Rights, Civil Liberties, and Literature. Tuebingen: Gunter Narr Verlag.
  • Thomas, Brook. 2006. "The 'Man without a Country': Lincoln, the Patriotic Citizen, and Civil Liberties." In Civic Myths: A Law-and-Literature Approach to Citizenship, 55-101. Raleigh: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Thomas, Brook. 2008. "Thomas Dixon's A Man of the People: How Lincoln Save the Union by Cracking Down on Civil Liberties." Law and Literature 20:21-46.
  • Valverde, Mariana. 2005. "Taking Land Use Seriously: Toward an Ontology of Municipal Law." Law, Text, Culture 9:34-58.
  • Valverde, Mariana. 2005. "Authorizing the Production of Urban Moral Order: Appellete Courts and Their Knowledge Games." Law & Society Review 39(2):419-456.
  • Valverde, Mariana. 2008. "The Ethic of Diversity: Local Law and the Negotiation of Urban Norms." Law and Social Inquiry 33(4):895-923.
  • Wilson, Richard Ashby. 2010. "When Humanity Sits in Judgment: Crimes Against Humanity and the Conundrum of Race and Ethnicity at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda." In Miriam Ticktin and Inlana Feldman, eds. In the Name of Humanity: The Government of Threat and Care. Durham: Duke University Press.