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Includes works by current and past HU faculty members related to the 2006 theme,
"Free Speech and Privacy in the Age of Terror." See also the more comprehensive 2005 list.

  • Spencer Boyer, Federal Injunctive Relief: A Counterpoise against the Use of State Criminal Prosecutions Designed to Deter the Exercise of Preferred Constitutional Rights , 13 Howard L.J. 51 (1967).
  • Alice Gresham Bullock, Taxes, Social Policy and Philanthropy: The Untapped Generosity of Middle- and Low-Income Generosity, 6 Cornel J. of L. and Pub. Pol. 325 (1997)
  • Lisa Crooms, The Mythical, Magical “Underclass”: Constructing Poverty in Race and Gender, Making the Public Private and the Private Public , 5 J. Gender Race & Just. 87 (2001).
  • ______________. Everywhere There's War: A Racial Realist's Reconsideration of Hate Crime Statutes, 1 Geo. J. Gender & L. 41 (2000).
  • Okianer Dark, Violence and the Mass Media: Lessons Learned from the Battle over Words that Wound, 4 Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 25 (1995).
  • ______________. Racial Insults: Keep Thy Tongue from Evil, 24 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 559 (1990).
  • Jannette L. Dates, Muted Voices, Washington, DC: John H. Johnson School of Communications, 2005.
  • Steven Jamar, Respecting Speech: A Book Review of Alexander Tsesis, Destructive Messages: How Hate Speech Paves the Way for Harmful Social Movements (NYU Press 2002), 46 How. L. J. 499 (2003).
  • Rachel King, Five Years Later – What Does Liberty Mean?
  • Adam Kurland, Prosecuting Ol' Man River: The Fifth Amendment, the Good Faith Defense, and the Non-Testifying Defendant, 51 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 841 (1990)
  • Warner Lawson & Lateef Mtima, Looking Outside and in; Americans Join Together across their Divisions , Legal Times, Dec. 24, 2001, at 53.
  • Cynthia Mabry, Brother Can You Spare Some Change? - and Your Privacy Too?: Avoiding a Fatal Collision Between Public Interests and Beggars' First Amendment Rights, 28 U.S.F. L Rev. 309 (1994).
  • ______________. The Supreme Court opens a Pandora's Box in the Law of Warrantless Automobile Searches and Seizures - United States v. Ross, 26 Howard L.J. 1231 (1983).
  • Andrew Taslitz, Reconstructing the Fourth Amendment: A History of Search and Seizure from 1789-1868 , (forthcoming N.Y.U. Press, October 1, 2006).
  • ______________. Fortune-Telling and the Fourth Amendment: of Terrorism, Slippery Slopes, and Predicting the Future , 58 Rutgers L. Rev. 195 (2005).
  • ______________. Racial Profiling, Terrorism, and Time, 109 Penn St. L. Rev. 1181 (2005).
  • ______________. A Feminist Fourth Amendment? Consent, Care, Privacy, and Social Meaning in Ferguson v. City of Charleston , 9 Duke J. Gender & L. 1-79 (2002)
  • ______________. The Fourth Amendment in the Twenty-First Century: Technology, Privacy, and Human Emotions, 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 125 (2002).
  • ______________. Terrorism and the Citizenry's Safety, 17 Crim. Just . 4 (2002).
  • ______________. The Inadequacies of Civil Society: Law's Complementary Role in Regulating Harmful Speech, 1 Margins 305 (2001).
  • ______________. Hate Crimes, Free Speech, and the Contract of Mutual Indifference, 80 B. U. L. Rev. 1283 (2000).
  • ______________. Condemning the Racist Personality: Why the Critics of Hate Crimes Legislation are Wrong, 40 B. C. L. Rev. 739 (1999).
  • ______________. Slaves No More! The Implications of Informed Citizen Ideology for Discovery Before Fourth Amendment Suppression Hearings, 15 Ga. St. L. Rev. 709-79 (1999)
  • Alan Calnan & Andrew Taslitz, Defusing Bomb-Blast Terrorism: A Legal Survey of Technological and Regulatory Alternatives, 67 Tenn. L. Rev. 177 (1999).
  • Andrew Taslitz & Margaret L. Paris, Constitutional Criminal Procedure, 2d ed. Foundation Press (2003).
  • Andrew Taslitz & Alan Calnan, Containing the Threat From Illegal Bombings: An Integrated Strategy for Marking, Tagging, Rendering Inert, and Licensing Explosives and Their Precursors, Committee on Marking, Rendering Inert, and Licensing of Explosive Material, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, (1998).
  • Andrew Taslitz & Sharon Styles-Anderson, Still Officers of the Court: Why the First Amendment Is No Bar to Challenging Racism, Sexism, and Ethnic Bias in the Legal Profession, 9 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 781 (1996)
  • Patricia Worthy, Diversity and Minority Stereotyping in the Television Media: The Unsettled First Amendment Issue ,18 Hastings Comm. & Ent. L.J. 509 (1996).


  


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