Karen J. Greenberg, “Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State” (Crown Publishers, 2016)
The 9/11 attacks revealed a breakdown in American intelligence and there was a demand for individuals and institutions to find out what went wrong, correct it, and prevent another catastrophe like 9/11 from ever happening again. In Rogue Justice: The Read More
K. Sabeel Rahman, “Democracy Against Domination” (Oxford UP, 2016)
Sabeel Rahman is the author of Democracy Against Domination (Oxford University Press, 2016). Rahman is assistant professor of law at Brooklyn Law School. Combining perspectives from legal studies, political theory, and political science, Democracy Against Domination reinterprets Progressive Era economic… Read More
Samson Lim, “Siam’s New Detectives: Visualizing Crime and Conspiracy in Modern Thailand”  (U of Hawaii Press, 2016)
Siam’s New Detectives: Visualizing Crime and Conspiracy in Modern Thailand (University of Hawaii Press, 2016) is a rewarding, multilayered study of how Thailand became the Kingdom of Crime, and its police, masters of simulation and representation. While working towards an… Read More
Sara L. Crosby, “Poisonous Muse: The Female Poisoner and the Framing of Popular Authorship in Jacksonian America” (U. Iowa Press, 2016)
In this episode of the H-Law Legal History Podcast I talk with Associate Professor of English at The Ohio State University at Marion, Sara L. Crosby about her new book, Poisonous Muse: The Female Poisoner and the Framing of Read More
Timothy Sandefur, “The Permission Society: How the Ruling Class Turns Our Freedoms into Privileges and What We Can Do About It” (Encounter Books, 2016)
Timothy Sandefur’s new book, The Permission Society: How the Ruling Class Turns Our Freedoms into Privileges and What We Can Do About It (Encounter Books, 2016) is an argument against the restrictions on individual liberty by local, state and federal… Read More
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