Book Review Project: Free Harvard University Press Books
I’m delighted to announce that Harvard University Press is joining our book review project along with Oxford and Cambridge.
Harvard will offer free review copies of their books to anyone whom we approve to write a book review for this blog.
Here are some ideas for books to review:
* Abdullah Ahmed An-Na’im, Islam and the Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari’a (new in paperback)
* Daniel Bodansky, The Art and Craft of International Environmental Law
* David K. Cohen and Susan L. Moffitt, The Ordeal of Equality: Did Federal Regulation Fix the Schools?
* Lisa Ford, Settler Sovereignty: Jurisdiction and Indigenous People in America and Australia, 1788-1836
* Amy Gajda, The Trials of Acadame: The New Era of Campus Litigation
* Risa L. Goluboff, The Lost Promise of Civil Rights (new in paperback)
* Jeffrey M. Jentzen, Death Investigation in America: Coroners, Medical Examiners, and the Pursuit of Medical Certainty
* David H. Kaye, The Double Helix and the Law of Evidence
* Richard J. Leo, Police Interrogation and American Justice (new in paperback)
* Brian McGinty, John Brown’s Trial
* Khalil Gibran Muhammad, The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Marking of Urban America
* Stephen C. Neff, Justice in Blue and Gray: A Legal History of the American Civil War
* Sharanjeet Parmar, Mindy Jane Roseman, and Saudamini Siegrist, Children and Transitional Justice: Truth-Telling, Accountability, and Reconciliation
* Jack Rakove, The Annotated U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence
* Arthur Ripstein: Force and Freedom: Kant’s Legal and Political Philosophy
* Randolph Roth, American Homicide
* Amartya Sen, The Idea of Justice
* Daniel J. Solove, Understanding Privacy (new in paperback)
* Keith Whittington, Constitutional Construction
Feel free to propose a review of any of the above books or any other recent books in Harvard University Press’s catalog. Here’s the link to Harvard’s page for recent titles in law.