Human Rights Publications by Affiliated Faculty

In 2011, we began to compile human rights publications by our faculty affiliates. Below you will find a comprehensive (but certainly not exhaustive) list of publications broken down by faculty (alphabetically by last name). Some affiliates have left the university since we put the list together, but their publications are still listed. If you are a current affiliate and have publications you’d like added to this list, please let us know.

Kamran Ali

Ali, Kamran (2011). “Communists in a Muslim Land: Cultural Debates in Pakistan’s Early Years.” Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 45 (3): 501-534.

Ali, Kamran (2011). “Progressives and “Perverts”: Partition Stories and Pakistan’s Future.” Social Text 108.

Ali, Kamran (2011). “Women, Work and Public Spaces: Conflict and Co-Existence in Karachi’s Poor Neighborhoods.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Vol. 36 (3): 585-605.

Katherine Arens

Arens, Katherine (2011). “Mayerling: The Woman’s Story.” Contested Passions: Sexuality, Eroticism, and Gender in Modern Austrian Literature and Culture. New York: Peter Lang.

Arturo Arias

Arias, Arturo (2013). “Indigenous Women at War: Discourses on Revolutionary Combat.” A contracorriente, Vol. 10 (3): 108-140.

Arias, Arturo (2013). “Nahuahtlizando la novelística: de infiernos, paraísos y rupturas de estereotipos en las prácticas discursivas decoloniales.” Alter/nativas, Latin American Cultural Studies Journal, Vol. 1.

Arias, Arturo (2013). “Trayectorias, desafíos y nuevos paradigmas en los estudios culturales latinoamericanos.” Revista Iberoamericana, Vol. 79 (242): 257-264.

Arias, Arturo and Claudia Milian (2013). “U.S. Central Americans: Representations, Agency, and Communities.” Journal of Latino Studies, (Special Issue).

Arias, Arturo (2013). “Centroamericanidades: Imaginative Reformulations and New Configurations of Central Americanness.” Studies in 20th and 21st Century Literature, (Special Issue).

Arias, Arturo (2011). “La subalternidad racializada en los cuentos de Luis de Lión.” La puerta del cielo. Guatemala: Editorial Cultura.

Arias, Arturo (2011). “Post-identidades post-nacionales: duelo, trauma y melancolía en la constitución de las subjetividades centroamericanas de posguerra.” (Per)Versiones de la modernidad. Literaturas, identidades y desplazamientos. Guatemala: F&G Editores.

Arias, Arturo (2011). “Post-identidades post-nacionales: duelo, trauma y melancolía en la constitución de las subjetividades centroamericanas de posguerra.” Meanings of Violence in Contemporary Latin America. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Javier Auyero

Auyero, Javier and Katherine Jensen (2015). “For Political Ethnographies of Urban Marginality.” City & Community, Vol. 14 (4): 359-363.

Auyero, Javier and Kristine Kilanski (2015). “From ‘making toast’ to ‘splitting apples’: dissecting ‘care’ in the midst of chronic violence.” Theory & Society, Vol. 44 (5): 393-414.

Auyero, Javier (2015). “Invisible in Austin: Life and Labor in an American City.” Austin: University of Texas Press.

Auyero, Javier (2015). “The Politics of Interpersonal Violence in the Urban Periphery”. Current Anthropology, Vol. 56 (S11).

Auyero, Javier (2013). “Born Amid Bullets.” Contexts.

Auyero, Javier (2011). “Poor People’s Lives and Politics: The things a political ethnographer knows (and doesn’t know) after 15 years of fieldwork.” New Perspectives on Turkey, Vol. 46: 95-127.

Auyero, Javier (2011). “Puños, patadas y codazos en la regulación de la pobreza neoliberal.” A propósito de Tilly: conflicto, poder y acción colectiva. Madrid, Spain: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Sociológicas.

Auyero, Javier (2011). Patients of the State: The Politics of Waiting in Argentina. Durham: Duke University Press.

Auyero, Javier and Matthew Mahler (2011). “The Makings of Collective Violence.” Meanings of Violence in Contemporary Latin America. New York: Palgrave.

Cecilia Balli

Balli, Cecilia (2011). Murdered women on the border: gender, territory, and power in Ciudad Juarez. Proquest: UMI Dissertation Publishing.

Catherine Boone

Boone, Catherine (2012). “Contested Land Rights in Rural Africa: Ghana and Kenya Compared.” Governing Africa’s Changing Societies: The Dynamics of Reform. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Press.

Boone, Catherine (2012). “Land Conflict and Distributive Politics in Kenya.” African Studies Review, Vol. 55 (1): 75-103.

Boone, Catherine (2012). “Politically-Allocated Land Rights and the Geography of Electoral Violence in Kenya.” Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 44 (10): 1311-1342.

Boone, Catherine and Dennis Duku (2012). “Ethnic Land Rights in Western Ghana: Landlord-Stranger Relations in the Democratic Era.” Development and Change, Vol. 43 (3): 671-694.

Daniel Brinks

Brinks, Daniel et al. (2015). “Social Rights Constitutionalism: Negotiating the Tension Between the Universal and the Particular.” Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol. 11: 289-308.

Brinks, Daniel and Varun Guari (2015). “The Impact of Legal Strategies for Claiming Social and Economic Rights.” Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights: Emerging Possibilities for Social Transformation. University of California Press.

Brinks, Daniel (2012). “‘A tale of two cities’: The judiciary and the rule of law in Latin America.” Handbook of Latin American Politics. New York: Routledge.

Brinks, Daniel and Varun Gauri (2012). “Human Rights as Demands for Communicative Action.” Journal of Political Philosophy.

Brinks, Daniel (2011). “‘Faithful Servants of the Regime’: The Brazilian Constitutional Court’s Role under the 1988 Constitution.Courts in Latin America. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Brinks, Daniel and William Forbath (2011). “Social and Economic Rights in Latin America: Constitutional Courts and the Prospects for Pro-Poor Interventions.” Texas Law Review, Vol. 89 (7): 1943-1955.

Cynthia Buckley

Buckley, Cynthia and Erin Hofmann (2011). “Cultural responses to changing gender patterns of migration in Georgia.” International Migration, Vol. 49.

Buckley, Cynthia et al. (2011). “Does Nativity Matter? Correlates of Immigrant Health by Generation in the Russian Federation.” Demographic Research.

Buckley, Cynthia and Kari White (2011). “Exposure to International Migration and Its Effect on Childbearing in Turkey.” International Migration Review, Vol. 45 (1): 123-147.

Virginia Burnett

Burnett, Virginia et al. (2013). Beyond The Eagle’s Shadow: New Histories of Latin America’s Cold War. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Burnett, Virginia (2011). Terror in the Land of the Holy Spirit: Guatemala under General Efrain Rios Montt 1982-1983. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Noël Busch-Armendariz

Busch-Armendariz, Noël (2015). “Campus Sexual Violence: Complexities, Culture & Collective Action.”

Busch-Armendariz, Noël et al. (2015). “Health and Well-Being: Texas Statewide Sexual Assault Prevalence Study.” The University of Texas at Austin: Institute on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault.

Busch-Armendariz, Noël et al. (2015). “Unsettled integration: Pre- and post-migration factors in Congolese refugee women’s resettlement experiences in the United States.” International Social Work.

Busch-Armendariz, Noël et al. (2015). “Immigration Detention and Faith-based Organizations.” Social Work, Vol. 60 (2): 165-173.

Busch-Armendariz, Noël et al. (2015). “Creating an Interdiscplinary Medical Home for Survivors of Human Trafficking.” Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey, Vol. 70 (1): 23-24.

Busch-Armendariz, Noël et al. (2015). “Development and Validation of an Instrument to Assess Social Work Students’ Perceptions, Knowledge, and Attitudes About Human Trafficking Questionnaire (PKA-HTQ): An Exploratory Study.” Research on Social Work Practice.

Busch-Armendariz, Noël and Debora Ortega (2013). “In the Name of VAWA.” Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, Vol. 28 (3): 225-228.

Busch-Armendariz, Noël et al. (2013). “Marital and Familial Strengths and Needs: Refugees Speak Out.” Journal of Ethnic And Cultural Diversity in Social Work, Vol. 22 (2): 129-144.

Luis Cárcamo-Huechante

Cárcamo-Huechante, Luis et al. (2015). Awükan ka kuxankan zugu Wajmapu mew. Violencias coloniales en Wajmapu. Temuco: Ediciones Comunidad de Historia Mapuche.

Cárcamo-Huechante, Luis (2015). “Palabras que sueñan y suenan: la poesía de Leonel Lienlaf como resistencia en tiempos de colonialismo acústico.Afpunmapu / Fronteras / Borderlands. Poética de los confines: Chile-México. Chile: Ediciones Universitarias de Valparaíso.

Cárcamo-Huechante, Luis (2013). “Indigenous Interference: Mapuche Use of Radio in Times of Acoustic Colonialism.” Latin American Research Review, Vol. 48 (Special Issue).

Cárcamo-Huechante, Luis et al. (2012). Ta iñ fijke xipa rakizuameluwün. Historia, colonialismo y resistencia desde el país Mapuche. Santiago: Ediciones Comunidad de Historia Mapuche.

Mounira Charrad

Charrad, Mounira and Amina Zarrugh (2015). “Gender, Religion, and State in the Middle East.Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary, Searchable, and Linkable Resource. 

Charrad, Mounira and Daniel Jaster (2015). “Limits of Empire: The French Colonial State and Local Patrimonialism in North Africa.” Patrimonial Capitalism and Empire (Political Power and Social Theory), Vol. 28: 63-89.

Charrad, Mounira, and Julia Adams (2015). “Introduction: Old (Patrimonial) Political Forms Made New.” Patrimonial Capitalism and Empire (Political Power and Social Theory), Vol. 28: 1-5.

Charrad, Mounira (2013). State and Law: A Perspective from Political Sociology [Symposium on Politics and Law], AMICI, Sociology of Law Section, American Sociological Association, Vol. 21 (1): 9-12.

Charrad, Mounira and Amina Zarrugh (2013). “The Arab Spring and Women’s Rights in Tunisia.” E-International Relations.

Charrad, Mounira (2011). “Gender in the Middle East: Islam, State, Agency.” Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 37.

Charrad, Mounira (2011). Central and Local Patrimonialism: State Building Kin-Based Societies. Patrimonial Power in the Modern World 636 of The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Sciences. New York: Sage.

Ruramisai Charumbira

Charumbira, Ruramisai (2015). “Imagining a Nation: History and Memory in Making Zimbabwe (Reconsiderations in Southern Africa History).” University of Virginia Press.

Charumbira, Ruramisai (2012). “Gender, Nehanda, and the Myth of Nation-hood in the making of Zimbabwe.” Reflections on the Past and Future of National Myths. New York: Routledge.

Judith Coffin

Coffin, Judith (2015). “From Interiority to Intimacy: Psychoanalysis and Radio in Twentieth-Century France.” Cultural Critique, Vol. 91.

Coffin, Judith (2011). “Between Opinion and Desire: Elle Magazine’s Survey Research in 1950s France.” The Voice of the Citizen Consumer: A History of Market Research, Consumer Movements, and the Political Public Sphere. Oxford University Press.

Jason Cons

Cons, Jason (2015). “Conclusion: the placial imagination.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.

Ann Cvetkovich

Cvetkovich, Ann et al. (2015). “Queering Archives: A Roundtable Discussion.” Radical History Review, Vol. 2015 (122): 211-231.

Cvetkovich, Ann (2012). Depression: A Public Feeling. Durham: Duke University Press.

Yoav Di-Capua

Di-Capua, Yoav (2015). “Trauma and Other Historians: An Introduction.” Historical Reflections-Reflexions Historiques, Vol. 41 (3): 1-13.

Di-Capua, Yoav (2015). “Nahda: The Arab Project of Enlightenment.” The Cambridge Companion to Modern Arab Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Mechele Dickerson

Dickerson, A. Mechele (2015). “Presidential Candidates Who Ignore Race are Making a Mistake.”

Dickerson, A. Mechele (2015). “Black People Won’t Stop Being Poorer Unless Banks Stop Discriminating.” The Guardian.

Héctor Domínguez-Ruvalcaba

Domínguez Ruvalcaba, Héctor (2015). Nación criminal: Narrativas del crimen organizado y el estado mexicano. Mexico City: Ariel México.

Domínguez-Ruvalcaba, Héctor and Patricia Ravelo (2011). Ciudad Juárez: Políticas del Terror y Desmantelamiento de la Ciudadanía. México: UAM-CIESAS-Eón.

Domínguez Ruvalcaba, Héctor (2011). “Gloria Anzaldúa and the Meaning of Queer.” Bridging: How Gloria Anzaldúa’s Life and Work Transformed Our Own. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Ariel Dulitzky

Dulitzky, Ariel and María Daniela Rivero (2015). “Trabajo de Orfebrería: Las Relaciones Entre la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos y los Procedimientos Especiales del Consejo de Derechos Humanos de las Naciones Unidas.” Latin American Journal of International Law.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2015). “Symposium: The Constitutionalization of International Law in Latin America, An Alternative Approach to The Conventionality Control Doctrine.” AJIL Unbound.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2015). “Muy poco, muy tarde: la morosidad procesal de la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos.” AbeledoPerrot S.A., Vol. 12: 21-75.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2015). “On the Frontline: Enforced Disappearances and Latin America.” KCL Dialogue, Vol. 11: 18-19.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2015). “An Inter-American Constitutional Court? The Invention of the Conventionality Control by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.” Texas International Law Journal, Vol. 50 (1): 45-93.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2013). “A Region in Denial: Racial Discrimination and Racism in Latin America.” Race and Equality Law, Vol. 93.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2013). “Too Little, Too Late: The Pace of Adjudication of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.” Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review, Vol. 131.

Dulitzky, Ariel and Hannah Zimmermann (2013). “Case Note: Indirect Discrimination, Reproductive Rights and the In Vitro Fertilisation Ban.” The Equal Rights Review, Vol. 10.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2012). “20 puntos de reflexión sobre el proceso de reflexión.” Aportes, Vol. 16 (5): 11-13.

Dulitzky, Ariel (2011). The Inter-American Human Rights System Fifty Years Later: Time For Changes. Quebec Journal of International Law (Special Edition).

Sheldon Ekland-Olson

Ekland-Olson, Sheldon (2012). Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides?: Abortion, Neonatal Care, Assisted Dying, and Capital Punishment. New York: Routledge.

Ekland-Olson, Sheldon and Danielle Dirks (2012). How Ethical Systems Change: Lynching and Capital Punishment. New York: Routledge.

Ekland-Olson, Sheldon and Elyshia Aseltine (2012). How Ethical Systems Change: Abortion and Neonatal Care. New York: Routledge.

Ekland-Olson, Sheldon and Elyshia Aseltine (2012). How Ethical Systems Change: Tolerable Suffering and Assisted Dying. New York: Routledge.

Ekland-Olson, Sheldon and Julie Beicken (2012). How Ethical Systems Change: Eugenics, the Final Solution, Bioethics. New York: Routledge.

Tarek El-Ariss

El-Ariss, Tarek (2013). “Queer Affects.” International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies (Special Issue), Vol. 45 (2).

El-Ariss, Tarek (2013). Trials of Arab Modernity: Literary Affects and the New Political. Bronx: Fordham University Press.

El-Ariss, Tarek (2012). “Fiction of Scandal.” Journal of Arabic Literature, Vol. 43 (2-3).

Zachary Elkins

Elkins, Zachary et al. (2013). “Getting to Rights: Treaty Ratification, Constitutional Convergence, and Human Rights Practice.” Harvard International Law Journal.

Elkins, Zachary et al. (2012). “On the Interpretability of Law: Lessons from the Decoding of National Constitutions.” British Journal of Political Science.

Karen Engle

Engle, Karen (2015). “Anti-Impunity and the Turn to Criminal Law in Human Rights.” Cornell Law Review, Vol. 100: 1069-1128.

Engle, Karen (2014). “The Grip of Sexual Violence: Reading United Nations Security Council Resolutions on Human Security.” Rethinking Peacekeeping, Gender Equality and Collective Security. New York: Palgrave.

Engle, Karen (2012). “Celebrity Diplomacy and Global Citizenship.” Celebrity Studies, Vol. 3 (1): 116-118.

Engle, Karen (2012). “Self-Critique, (Anti) Politics and Criminalization: Reflections on the History and Trajectory of the Human Rights Movement.” New Approaches to International Law: The European and the American Experiences. The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press.

Engle, Karen L. (2011). “Comparative Constitutional Law and Property: Responses to Alviar and Azuela, 89.Texas Law Review.

Engle, Karen L. (2011). “La Esquiva Promesa de Desarrollo Para las Comunidades Afrodescendientes: El Futuro de la Ley 70.” Revista de Derecho Público, Vol. 26.

Engle, Karen L. (2011). “On Fragile Architecture: The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the Context of Human Rights.” European Journal of International Law, Vol. 141.

Toyin Falola

Falola, Toyin and Bola Dauda (2015). Representative Bureaucracy, Meritocracy, and Nation Building in Nigeria. Amherst: Cambria Press.

Falola, Toyin and Wanjala Nasong’o (2015). Gendering African Social Spaces: Women, Power, and Cultural Expressions. Durham: Carolina Academic Press.

Falola, Toyin and Danielle Porter Sanchez (2015). Slavery, Migrations, and Transformations: Connecting Old and New Diasporas to the Homeland. Amherst: Cambria Press.

Falola, Toyin and Bukola Adeyemi Oyeniyi (2015). Nigeria. Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.

Joseph Fishkin

Fishkin, Joseph and William E. Forbath (2015). “Wealth, Commonwealth, & the Constitution of Opportunity.” Social Sciences Research Network. 

Fishkin, Joseph (2013). “The Dignity of the South.” Yale Law Journal Online, Vol. 123: 175.

Fishkin, Joseph (2013). “The How of Unequal Opportunity.” Philosophical Topics, Vol. 40: 27.

Fishkin, Joseph (2011). “Equal Citizenship and the Individual Right to Vote.” Indiana Law Journal, Vol. 86: 1289-1360.

Fishkin, Joseph (2011). “Voting as a Positive Right: A Reply to Flanders.” Alaska Law Review, Vol. 28 (1): 29-38.

Fishkin, Joseph (2011). “Weightless Votes.”  Yale Law Journal, Vol. 121: 1888-1910.

William Forbath

Forbath, William E. and Joseph Fishkin (2015). “Wealth, Commonwealth, & the Constitution of Opportunity.” Social Sciences Research Network. 

Forbath, William E. (2011). “The Distributive Constitution and Workers’ Rights.” Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 72: 1115-1157.

Forbath, William and Daniel Brinks (2011). “Social and Economic Rights in Latin America: Constitutional Courts and the Prospects for Pro-Poor Interventions.” Texas Law Review, Vol. 89 (7): 1943-1955.

Cary Franklin

Franklin, Cary (2015). “Griswold and the Public Dimension of the Right to Privacy.” Yale Law Journal, Vol. 124.

Franklin, Cary (2015). “A More Perfect Union: Sex, Race, and the VMI Case.” The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Franklin, Cary (2015). “Discriminatory Animus.” A Nation of Widening Opportunities? The Civil Rights Act at 50. Ann Arbor: Michigan Publishing.

Franklin, Cary (2013). “Justice Ginsburg’s Advocacy and the Future of Equal Protection.” Yale Law Journal Online, Vol. 122: 227.

Franklin, Cary (2012). “Inventing the ‘Traditional Concept’ of Sex Discrimination.” Harvard Law Review, Vol. 125: 1307-1380.

Daniel Fridman

Fridman, Daniel (2015). “Las contradicciones de la gubernamentalidad neoliberal: reforma financiera, nuevos sujetos económicos y crisis en la última dictadura argentina.” El laberinto de la moneda y las finanzas. La vida social de la economía. Buenos Aires: Biblos.

James Galbraith

Galbraith, James K. (2012). Inequality and Instability: A Study of the World Economy Just Before the Great Crisis. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Julius Getman

Getman, Julius (2015). “The NLRB: What Went Wrong and Should We Try to Fix It?” Emory Law Journal, Vol. 64: 1495-1500.

Denise Gilman

Gilman, Denise (2013). “Realizing Liberty: The Use of International Human Rights Law to Realign Immigration Detention in the United States.” Fordham International Law Journal, Vol. 36: 243.

Gilman, Denise (2012). “A ‘Bilingual’ Approach to Language Rights: How Dialogue Between U.S. and International Human Rights Law May Improve the Language Rights Framework.” Harvard Human Rights Journal, Vol. 24.

Gilman, Denise (2011). “El choque de Arizona con los derechos humanos: el Proyecto de Ley 1070.”  Anuario de Derechos Humanos, Vol. 7: 87.

Gilman, Denise (2011). “Seeking Breaches in the Wall: An International Human Rights Law Challenge to the Texas-Mexico Border Wall.” Texas International Law Journal, Vol. 46 (257).

Andrea Giunta

Giunta, Andrea and Néstor García Canclini (2012). “Extranjerías y otros extrañamientos / Alienations and Other Estrangements,” Extranjerías / Alienations, México D.F., Museo de Arte Contemporáneo.

Terri Givens

Givens, Terri and Ernest McGowen (2013). “Party Politics and Public Opinion on Immigration and Anti-Discrimination Policy: Implications for Immigrant Integration.” Immigration and Public Opinion, New York: Routledge.

Givens, Terri et al. (2013). “Gendered Jobs: Integrating Immigrants versus Controlling Immigration in the European Union.” Politics and Gender, Vol. 9: 31–60.

Gloria González-López

González-López, Gloria (2015). Family Secrets / Secretos de familia: Stories of Incest and Sexual Violence in Mexico. New York: New York University Press.

González-López, Gloria (2013). “The Maquiladora Syndrome.” Contexts, Vol. 12 (1): 40.

González-López, Gloria (2011). “Mexican Immigrants, Heterosexual Sex and Loving Relationships in the United States: An Interview with Gloria González-López.” Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, Second Edition. New York: Routledge.

González-López, Gloria and AnaLouise Keating (2011). “Building Bridges, Transforming Loss, Shaping New Dialogues: Anzaldúan Studies for the Twenty-First Century.” Bridging: How Gloria Anzaldúa’s Life and Work Transformed Our Own. University of Texas Press.

Laurie Green

Green, Laurie B. (2013). “Race.” The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture Vol. 24. Chapel Hill: UNC Press.

Green, Laurie B. (2011). “Challenging the Civil Rights Narrative: Women, Gender and the Urban Black Freedom Struggle.” Local Studies, a National Movement: Toward a New Synthesis of the Black Freedom Struggle. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Green, Laurie B. (2011). “Saving Babies in Memphis: The Politics of Race, Health, and Hunger during the War on Poverty.” The War on Poverty and Grassroots Struggles for Racial and Economic Justice. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Kenneth Greene

Greene, Kenneth and Andy Baker (2015). “Positional Issue Voting in Latin America.” The Latin American Voter: Pursuing Representation and Accountability in Challenging Contexts. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Greene, Kenneth (2015). “Campaign Effects since Mexico’s Democratization.” Mexico’s Evolving Democracy: A Comparative Study of the 2012 Elections. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Benjamin Gregg

Gregg, Benjamin (2015). “Advancing Human Rights in Post-Authoritarian Communities through Education.” Journal of Human Rights Practice, Vol. 7: 199-222.

Gregg, Benjamin (2015). “Human Rights as Metaphor for Political Community Beyond the Nation State.” Critical Sociology.

Gregg, Benjamin (2015). “Review of Matthew Weinert, Making Human: World Order and the Global Governance of Human Dignity,” Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 37: 1101-1104.

Gregg, Benjamin (2013). “Die Menschenrechte im Strukturwandel der Weltöffentlichkeit: Auf dem Wege zu einem Pluralismus?” Neuer Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit. Wiesbaden, Germany: Springer VS Verlag.

Gregg, Benjamin (2013). “Might the Noble Savage have Joined the Earliest Cults of Rousseau?” Entre hétérogénéité et imagination. Pratiques de la réception de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Genève, Switzerland: Éditions Slatkine.

Gregg, Benjamin (2013). “Teaching Human Rights in the College Classroom as a Cognitive Style.” Social Justice and the University, Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave.

Gregg, Benjamin (2012). “Approaching Human Rights as a Cognitive Style in the College Classroom.” Social Justice and the University, New York: Palgrave.

Gregg, Benjamin (2012). “Comparative Perspectives on Social Integration in Pluralistic Societies: Thick Norms versus Thin.” Comparative Sociology, Vol. 11: 629-648.

Gregg, Benjamin (2012). “Genetic Enhancement: A New Dialectic of Enlightenment?” Perspektiven der Aufklärung: Zwischen Mythos und Realität, Paderborn, Germany: Verlag Wilhelm Fink

Gregg, Benjamin (2012). “Politics Disembodied and Deterritorialized: The Internet as Human Rights Resource.” Theorizing Modern Society as a Dynamic Process Bingley, UK: Emerald.

Gregg, Benjamin (2012). Human Rights as Social Construction. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Gregg, Benjamin (2011). Human Rights as Social Construction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Charles Hale

Hale, Charles et al. (2013). “Building Austin, building justice: Immigrant construction workers, precarious labor regimes and social citizenship.” Geoforum, Vol. 45: 145-155.

Barbara Harlow

Harlow, Barbara (2015). “What the Holy See Saw — and Didn’t See.” Humanity: an International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development, Vol. 6: 421-427.

Harlow, Barbara (2015). “‘Be it Resolved…’: Referenda on Recent Scholarship in the Israel-Palestine Conflict.”  Cultural Critique, No. 91: 190-205.

Harlow, Barbara. (2015). “Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL): An Essay in Bibliography.” The Routledge Companion to Literature and Human Rights. New York: Routledge.

Harlow, Barbara (2013). “Apartheid or Not Apartheid? The Russell Tribunal on Palestine, South Africa Session, November 2011.” Law, Culture and the Humanities, Vol. 9 (3): 412-420.

Harlow, Barbara (2012). “‘The Geography and the Event’: Questions of Palestine and Their Eventual Jurisdiction.” Interventions, Vol. 14 (1): 13-23.

Harlow, Barbara (2012). “Hamida’s Options: Egyptian Futures versus British Interests in Mahfouz’s Midaq Alley.” Approaches to Teaching the Works of Naguib Mahfouz, NY: Modern Language Association of America.

Harlow, Barbara et al. (2011). “United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973: Libya in the Dock.” Rapoport Center Human Rights Working Paper Series.

Harlow, Barbara. (2011). “‘Extraordinary Renditions’: tales of Guantánamo, a review article.” Race and Class, Vol. 52 (1): 1-29.

Clement Henry

Henry, Clement and Jang Ji-Hyang (2013). The Arab Spring: Will It Lead to Democratic Transitions? Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Susan Heinzelman

Heinzelman, Susan. (2015). “Book Review: Sex, Crime and Literature in Victorian England.” Law, Culture and the Humanities, Vol. 11: 496-498.

Clement Henry

Henry, Clement (2015). “In Appreciation of Zghal and Tunisian Civil Society.” Middle East Insights, Vol. 126: 1-9.

Heather Hindman

Hindman, Heather and Anne Meike-Fechter (2011). Inside the Everyday Lives of Development Workers: The Challenges and Futures of Aidland. Kumarian Press.

Barbara Hines

Hines, Barbara (2012). “El derecho a migrar como un derecho humano: La actual ley inmigratoria Argentina.” Revista Derecho Público, Vol. 1 (2): 307-342.

Neville Hoad

Hoad, Neville (2015). “Back in the Mythology of the Missionary Position: Queer Theory as Neoliberal Symptom and Critique.” The Global Trajectories of Queerness. Brill.

Hoad, Neville (2015). “Sexual Orientation and Human Rights: Walking with the Shadows in Nigeria.” Teaching Human Rights in Literary and Cultural Studies. New York: MLA Options for Teaching Series.

Hoad, Neville (2013). “Sovereign Feeling: The South African Constitution, HIV/AIDS, and the Right to Sexual Orientation and Dignity.” UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs, Vol. 125.

Hoad, Neville (2013). “The Men of Blanket Boy’s Moon: Repugnancy Clauses, Customary Law and Migrant Labour Sex.” Jindal Global Law Review, Vol. 4 (2): 151-173.

Juliet Hooker

Hooker, Juliet (2015). “A Black Sister to Massachusetts”: Latin America and the Fugitive Democratic Ethos of Frederick Douglass.” American Political Science Review, Vol. 109: 690-702.

Thomas Hubbard

Hubbard, Thomas (2015). “Ned Warren’s Passion: The Life and Work of a Uranian Connoisseur.” Arion, Vol. 22: 145-70.

Hubbard, Thomas K. and Beert Verstraete (2013). Censoring Sex Research: The Debate over Male Intergenerational Relations. California: Left Coast Press.

Rana Inboden

Inboden, Rana Siu (2015). “The EU’s human rights dialogue with China: quiet diplomacy and its limits/China’s human rights lawyers: advocacy and resistance.” Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol. 28: 514-516.

Gary Jacobsohn

Jacobsohn, Gary J. (2011). “The Sounds of Silence: Militant and Acquiescent Constitutionalism.” The Supreme Court and the Idea of Constitutionalism. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Robert Jensen

Jensen, Robert (2015). Plain Radical: Living, Loving, and Learning to Leave the Planet Gracefully. Berkeley: Counterpoint/Soft Skull.

Jensen, Robert (2015). “Letting Go of Normal when ‘Normal’ Is Pathological, or Why Feminism Is a Gift to Men.” Letting Go: Feminist and Social Justice Insights and Activism. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Jensen, Robert (2015). “Journalism: Royal, Prophetic, Apocalyptic.” News from Somewhere: A Reader in Communication and Challenges to Globalization. Eugene, OR: Wayzgoose Press.

Jensen, Robert (2012). “Pornography.” Sexual Violence and Abuse: An Encyclopedia of Prevention, Impacts, and Recovery. ABC-Clio.

Jensen, Robert (2011). “Pornography as Propaganda.” The Propaganda Society: Promotional Culture and Politics in Global Context. New York: Peter Lang.

Jensen, Robert (2011). “Stories of a Rape Culture: Pornography as Propaganda.” Big Porn Inc: Exposing the Harms of the Global Pornography Industry. North Melbourne: Spinifex.

Jensen, Robert and Ana J. Bridges (2011). “Pornography.” Sourcebook on Violence Against Women, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Derek Jinks

Jinks, Derek et al. (2012). Understanding Social Action, Promoting Human Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Alan Kuperman

Kuperman, Alan J. (2015). “Obama’s Libya Debacle: How a Well-Meaning Intervention Ended in Failure.” Foreign Affairs.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2015). Constitutions and Conflict Management in Africa Preventing Civil War Through Institutional Design. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2015). “Liberia: How Diplomacy Helped End a 13-Year Civil War.” Negotiating in Times of Conflict. Tel Aviv: Institute for National Security Studies.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2015). “Burundi’s Balancing Act: Making Peace After Genocide.” Foreign Affairs.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2013). “A Model Humanitarian Intervention? Reassessing NATO’s Libya Campaign.” International Security, Vol. 38 (1): 105-136.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2013). “Constitutional Design and Conflict Management in Africa.” Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, Vol. 19 (3): 393–402.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2013). “Constitutional Reform & Violent Conflict: Lessons from Africa, for Africa,” CCAPS Research Brief No. 15. Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law, The University of Texas at Austin.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2013). “Lessons from Libya: How Not to Intervene,” Policy Brief. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2013). “Moral Hazard of Humanitarian Intervention: Lessons from the Balkans.” In Ed. James Pattison, Humanitarian Intervention – Volume One: The Politics of Humanitarian Intervention, New York: SAGE Publications.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2013). “NATO’s Intervention in Libya: A Humanitarian Success?” In Ed. Aidan Hehir and Robert Murray, Libya, the Responsibility to Protect and the Future of Humanitarian Intervention, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kuperman, Alan J. (2012). “Humanitarian Intervention.” Human Rights: Politics and Practice, 2nd edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kuperman, Alan (2011). Mass Atrocity Response Operations: Doctrine in Search of Strategy. Genocide Studies and Prevention, Vol. 6 (1): 59-65.

Kuperman, Alan (2011). R2P: Catchy Name for a Fading Norm. Ethnopolitics, Vol. 10 (1): 127–130.

Kuperman, Alan (2011). “Rethinking the Responsibility to Protect.” Annual Editions: World Politics, Vol. 11 (12): 172-177.

Jennifer Laurin

Laurin, Jennifer (2015). “Gideon by the Numbers: The Emergence of Evidence-Based Practice in Indigent Defense.” Public Law Research Paper No. 627. Columbus: Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law.

Laurin, Jennifer E. (2011). “Prosecutorial Exceptionalism, Remedial Skepticism, and the Legacy of Connick v. Thompson.” Civil Rights Litigation Handbook.

Mark Lawrence

Lawrence, Mark et al. (2013). Beyond The Eagle’s Shadow: New Histories of Latin America’s Cold War. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Sanford Levinson

Levinson, Sanford (2012). Framed: America’s 51 Constitutions and the Crisis of Governance. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sarah Lopez

Lopez, Sarah (2015). The Remittance Landscape: Spaces of Migration in Rural Mexico and Urban USA. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press Books.

Tracie Matysik

Matysik, Tracie M. (2013). “Weimar Femininity: Within and Beyond the Law.” Weimar Thought. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

John McKiernan-Gonzalez

McKiernan-Gonzalez, John (2012). Fevered Measures: Public Health and Race at the Texas-Mexico Border, 1848-1942. Durham: Duke University Press.

Paula Newberg

Newberg, Paula (2015). “Displaced Diplomacies: Reframing Development and Humanitarianism in Taliban-era Afghanistan.” Foreign Policy Breakthroughs: Cases in Successful Diplomacy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Forrest Novy

Novy, Forrest A. and D. Nance (2011). “The power of education in juvenile justice.” Juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice: Policies, programs, and intervention strategies. MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.

Naomi Paik

Paik, Naomi (2013). “Carceral Quarantine at Guantánamo: Legacies of U.S. Imprisonment of Haitian Refugees, 1991-1994.” Radical History Review (Special Issue on Haitian Lives/Global Perspectives), Vol. 115 (1): 142-168.

Paik, Naomi (2013). “Education and Empire, Old and New: H.R. 3077 and the Resurgence of the U.S. Imperial University.” Cultural Dynamics, Vol. 25 (1): 3-28.

Gabriela Polit

Polit, Gabriela (2013). “Las otras utopias de la coca. Tradición andina, género y poder en la obra de Allison Spedding.” Utopías urbanas: geopolíticas del deseo en América Latina, Madrid: Iberoamericana Veruet.

Polit, Gabriela (2013). Narrating Narcos. Culiacán and Medellín. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Polit, Gabriela and Maria Helena Rueda (2011). Meanings of Violence in Contemporary Latin America. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bryan Roberts

Roberts, Bryan R. (2012). Organizando Estraños: Familias Pobres en la Ciudad de Guatemala. FLACSO, Guatemala.

Roberts, Bryan R. and Claudia Masferrer (2012). “Going Back Home? Changing Demography and Geography of Mexican Return Migration.” Population Research and Policy Review, Vol. 31 (4): 465-496.

Roberts, Bryan R. (2011). “Del universalismo a la focalización, y de regreso: los programas de transferencias condicionadas y el desarrollo de la ciudadanía social.” Pobreza, transferencias condicionadas y sociedad. Guadalajara, Mexico: CIESAS del Occidente.

Roberts, Bryan R. (2011). “The Consolidation of the Latin American City and the Undermining of Social Cohesion.” City and Community, Vol. 10 (4): 414-423.

Sharmila Rudrappa

Rudrappa, Sharmila (2012). “India’s Reproductive Assembly Line.” Contexts, Vol. 11 (2): 22-27.

Rudrappa, Sharmila (2011). “Rape.” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Blackwell Publishing.

Snehal Shingavi

Shingavi, Snehal (2013). “Slumdogs and Millionaires: facts and fictions of India’s economic (under)development.” The Slumdog Phenomenon: A Critical Anthology. London: Anthem Press.

Shingavi, Snehal (2013). “The Grammar of the Gandhians.” Peace Within and Peace Without: the South Asian Paradox of Conflict and Harmony. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Shingavi, Snehal (2013). “The racial politics of Battleship America.” International Socialist Review, Vol. 87: 55-6.

Melissa Smith

Smith, Melissa et al. (2015). Health Actions for Women: Practical Strategies to Mobilize for Change. Berkeley: Hesperian Health.

Stephen Sonnenberg

Sonnenberg, S.M. (2011). “Psychoanalysis and the United States Research University: Current Trends.” International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 92: 641-659.

Shannon Speed

Speed, Shannon (2013). “Women’s Rights and Sovereignty/Autonomy: Negotiating Gender in Indigenous Justice Spaces.” Journal of Legal Anthropology, Vol. 1 (3): 360-393.

Speed, Shannon et al. (2013). “Building Austin, building justice: Immigrant construction workers, precarious labor regimes and social citizenship.” Geoforum, Vol. 45: 145-155.

Denise Spellberg

Spellberg, Denise (2015). “Muslims, Toleration, and Civil Rights, from Roger Williams to Thomas Jefferson.” The Lively Experiment: Toleration in America from Roger Williams to the Present. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.

Spellberg, Denise A. (2013). Thomas Jefferson’s Qur’an: Islam and the Founders. New York: Knopf.

Elissa Steglich

Steglich, Elissa C. (2015). Steps Forward, Not Far Enough: A Reaction to Wilson, Prokop & Robins. Harbinger.

Jordan Steiker

Steiker, Jordan M. (2015) “The American Death Penalty and the (In)visibility of Race.” University of Chicago Law Review, Vol. 82 (2): 243.

Steiker, Jordan (2013). “The American Death Penalty: Constitutional Regulation as the Distinctive Feature of American Exceptionalism.” University of Miami Law Review, Vol. 67 (2): 329-356.

Steiker, Jordan and Carol S. Steiker (2013). “Miller v. Alabama: Is Death (Still) Different?” Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, Vol. 11 (1): 37-56.

Steiker, Jordan M. and Carol Steiker (2012). “Broken and Beyond Repair: The American Death Penalty and the Insuperable Obstacles to Reform.” Oxford Handbook of Sentencing and Corrections.

Steiker, Jordan M. and Carol Steiker (2012). “Entrenchment and/or Destabilization? Reflections on (Another) Two Decades of Constitutional Regulation of Capital Punishment.” Law and Inequality,  Vol. 30 (2): 211-246.

Steiker, Jordan M. and Carol S. Steiker (2011). Don’t Blame Perry for Texas’s Execution Addiction. He Doesn’t Have Much to Do With It. The New Republic.

Steiker, Jordan M. and Carol S. Steiker (2011). Why Death Penalty Opponents Are Closer to Their Goal Than They Realize . The New Republic.

Pauline Strong

Strong, Pauline T. (2012). American Indians and the American Imaginary: Cultural Representation Across the Centuries. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

Gerald Torres

Torres, Gerald et al. (2013). “Undocumented students’ narratives of liminal citizenship: High aspirations, exclusion and ‘in-between’ identities.” Professional Geographer Online. 1-10.

Torres, Gerald (2012). “Fisher v. University of Texas: Living in the Dwindling Shadow of LBJ’s America.” Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc, Vol. 65: 97.

Torres, Gerald (2011). “Who is an Indian?: The Story of United States v. Sandoval.” Indian Law Stories. New York: Foundation Press.

Rebecca Torres

Torres, Rebecca and L. Carte (2013). “Community participatory appraisal in migration research: Connecting neoliberalism, rural restructuring and mobility.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol. 39 (1): 140-154.

Torres, Rebecca and L. Carte (2013). “Role playing: a feminist-geopolitical analysis of the everyday workings of the Mexican state.” Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography.

Torres, Rebecca and M. Wicks-Asbun (2013). “Undocumented students’ narratives of liminal citizenship: High aspirations, exclusion and ‘in-between’ identities.” Professional Geographer, Vol. 66 (2): 195-204.

Torres, Rebecca et al. (2013). “Building Austin, building justice: Immigrant construction workers, precarious labor regimes and social citizenship.” Geoforum. Vol. 45, pp. 145-155.

Torres, Rebecca M. and Janet Momsen (2011). Tourism and Agriculture: New Geographies of Consumption, Production and Rural Restructuring. New York: Routledge.

João Vargas

Vargas, João et. al. (2011). State of White Supremacy: Racism, Governance, and the United States. Stanford University Press.

Jay Westbrook

Westbrook, Jay (2015). “Corporate Formalism in a Global Economy.Annual Review of Insolvency Law, Vol. 311.

Luis Zayas

Zayas, L. H. (2015). Forgotten Citizens: Deportation, Children, and the Making of American Exiles and Orphans. New York: Oxford University Press

Zayas, L. H. et al. (2015). “Deportation experiences and depression among U.S. citizen-children with undocumented Mexican parents.Child: Care, Health, and Development, Vol. 42: 220-230.

Zayas, L. H., et al. (2015). “An exploratory study of non-suicidal self-injury and suicidal behavior in adolescent Latinas.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, Vol. 85: 302-314.

Zayas, L. H. et al. (2015). “The distress of citizen-children with detained and deported parents.” Journal of Child and Family Studies, Vol. 24 (11): 3213-3223.

Zayas L. H. and L. E. Gulbas (2015). “Examining the interplay among family, culture, and Latina teen suicidal behavior.” Qualitative Health Research, Vol. 25 (5): 689-699.

Zayas, L. H. and M. Bradlee (2015). “Children of undocumented immigrants: Imperiled developmental trajectories.” Multicultural Perspectives on Race, ethnicity, and Identity. Washington, DC: National Association of Social Workers.