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Critical Race Theory and Scholarly Analyses of Race in France, in Race et Droit (Bayonne, France: Institut Francophone pour la Justice et la Démocratie, 2021).
Race, Violence and the Word, in Race, Rights and Redemption: The Derrick Bell Lectures on the Law and Critical Race Theory (New York: The New Press, 2021) (Janet Dewart Bell and Vincent M. Southerland, eds.).
Second Mode Inclusion Claims in the Law Schools, 87 Fordham Law Review 1005 (2018).
Lawyers Make Law?’: Bob Gordon and the Critical History of the Legal Profession: A Roundtable, Law and History Review: The Docket, October 2018.
The Two Modes of Inclusion, 129 Harvard Law Review Forum 290 (2016).
Pauli Murray, Eleanor Roosevelt’s Beloved Radical, Boston Review, February 29, 2016.
Civil Disobedience, State Action, and Lawmaking Outside the Courts: Robert Bell’s Encounter with American Law, 39 Journal of Supreme Court History 347 (2014).
A Short Biography of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 67 S.M.U. Law Review 229 (2014).
Civil Rights History: The Old and The New, Harvard Law Review Forum (June 2013).
Law and Local Knowledge in the History of the Civil Rights Movement, 125 Harvard Law Review 1018 (2012) (reviewing Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Oxford University Press, Courage to Dissent: Atlanta and the Long History of the Civil Rights Movement (2011)).... Read more about Articles & Essays
Civil Rights: Plessy v. Ferguson. Civics 101 Podcast. June 1, 2021.
The Diane Rehm Book Club: Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. April 21, 2021.
Race, Violence and the Word, Derrick Bell Lecture on Race and Society, New York University School of Law, November 6, 2019.
Historians in the Court (on historians’ roles in the Supreme Court and in litigation), Organization of American Historians’ Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 6, 2017.
The Fourteenth Amendment: Its Radical Past (and Future?). Harvard University, November 22, 2016.
Leon Silverman Lecture: Bell v. Maryland. United States Supreme Court, October 23, 2013.
At the National Book Festival. The National Mall, Washington, D.C., September 22-23, 2013.
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Did Ketanji Brown Jackson Rule Against Black Workers? It’s Not So Simple. Washington Post. February 21, 2022.
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