Offers a case study of the same-sex marriage debate in Hawaii to discuss wider questions of political import
It is possible to imagine a theory of democracy and a constitutional history independent of human subjectivity
A critical examination of the ways in which music is understood and exploited in American law enforcement and justice
A cultural history of deception detection from science to science fiction
An alarming report on Latino crime gangs and the efforts of U.S. law enforcement to contain them
Can Israel be both Jewish and democratic?
Brings together essays that examine contestation and contingency in today's human rights politics
How do moves to recognize ethnic and cultural identity affect the idea of equality before the law?
An intriguing interdisciplinary examination of hip hop aesthetics
A provocative collection of essays that reveals how the law takes its definition from what it excludes
Disability rights lawyers, activists, and scholars weigh in on the hot-potato issue of the last decade
Examines male and female stalkers in history, literature, and film, and their relationship to contemporary legislation
Explores the relationship between African American literature and American law
An analysis of the Miranda decision and the rights of the accused in the criminal justice system