The classic ethnography on how implicit bias impacts black male students’ identities
Brings together essays that examine contestation and contingency in today's human rights politics
A compelling account of the unintended social, financial, and personal consequences of incarceration on the families of prisoners
A creative presentation of Lane's career research as an ongoing conversation between two fictitious social scientists with opposing views
An analysis of indigenous rights and the challenges confronting indigenous peoples in the twenty-first century
Examines the transnational implications of immigrants' legalization efforts
Essays on the emerging new orthodoxy in international law that advocates the "rule of law" and "civil society" across the globe
How the law constructs pain and death as jurisprudential facts
Argues that international diplomatic activities to resolve the Yugoslav conflicts have been misconceived
A fascinating study of institutional knowledge practices
Essays reveal the central part played by law in constituting the West as the antithesis of various 'others'
Weaves a story of statecraft and law making, of power and the construction of identity
Can popular justice ever be a real alternative to the violence and coercion of state law?