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Research

Year Title People Involved Publication or Publisher Related Fields
2021 Inequality and the Human Right to Tuition-Free Higher Education: Mobilizing Human Rights Law in the German Movement Against Tuition Fees Jonathan Beck Law & Social Inquiry Comparative Politics, Courts, European Politics, Law and Society, Legal Mobilization, Public Law, Public Policy
2018 Douglass and Political Judgment Jack Turner III University Press of Kentucky African American, American Politics, Courts, Justice, Law and Society, Political Theory, Public Law, Race and Ethnicity
2017 Judicial Review and Contemporary Democratic Theory: Power, Domination, and the Courts (Law, Courts and Politics) Scott Lemieux Routledge Constitutional Law, Courts, Justice, Law and Society
2013 Judicial Politics, Gender and the Courts Rachel A. Cichowski Oxford University Press Courts, Gender, Global Studies, Law and Society, Public Law, Women Studies
2013 Courts, Advocacy Groups and Human Rights in Europe Rachel A. Cichowski Routledge Courts, European Politics, Human Rights, Legal Mobilization
2012 Of Courts and Commerce Caitlin Ainsley Journal of Politics Courts, Political Economy
2012 Comprehensive Mediation and the Function of Local Courts: An Investigation of Land Disputes in Two Hunan Counties Susan H. Whiting Journal of Political Science and Law Courts, East Asian, Political Economy
2012 Going Global: Reflections by an American Fellow Traveler Michael W. McCann Law & Courts Courts, Global Studies
2012 Mass Torts: Reassessing the Legacy of Regulation through Litigation Michael W. McCann Routledge Courts
2011 Civil Society and the European Court of Human Rights Rachel A. Cichowski Oxford University Press Courts, European Politics, Human Rights, Legal Mobilization
2010 Legal Mobilization and US Supreme Court Decision Making in Property and Civil Rights Cases, 1978-2003 Rebecca U. Thorpe Ashgate Press Civil Rights, Courts
2010 Legislative Deferrals: Statutory Ambiguity, Judicial Power, and American Democracy George Lovell Cambridge University Press American Politics, Courts
2009 Fault Lines: Tort Law as Cultural Practice Michael W. McCann Stanford University Press Courts, Law and Society
2009 Interests, Institutions, and Ideas: Thinking Comparatively about High Courts Michael W. McCann Political Science Quarterly Comparative Politics, Courts
2009 Framing Fast Food Litigation: Tort Claims, Mass Media, and the Politics of Responsibility in the United States Michael W. McCann Stanford University Press American Politics, Courts, Media Studies
2008 Understanding the Impact and visibility of Ideological Change on the Supreme Court  George Lovell, Scott Lemieux Studies in Law, Politics and Society Constitutional Law, Courts
2006 Courts, Rights and Democratic Participation Rachel A. Cichowski Comparative Political Studies Courts, Law and Society, Legal Mobilization
2006 Courts, Democracy and Governance Rachel A. Cichowski Comparative Political Studies Comparative Law, Courts, Law and Society, Legal Mobilization
2004 The Democratic Legacy of the International Criminal Court Jamie Mayerfeld The Fletcher School at Tufts University Courts, Crime and Criminality, Human Rights
2003 Who Shall Be Judge? The United States, The International Criminal Court, and the Global Enforcement of Human Rights Jamie Mayerfeld The Johns Hopkins University Press Courts, Human Rights
2001 The Mutual Dependence of External and Internal Justice: The Democratic Achievement of the International Criminal Court Jamie Mayerfeld Hart Publishing Courts, Human Rights
Courts and Political Stability Susan H. Whiting Cambridge University Press Courts, East Asian
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