Stephen C. O'Connell Chair
Box # Gainesville, FL 32611
Civil Rights Seminar
Race and the Law
Preventing Balkanization or Facilitation Racial Domination: A Critique of the New Equal Protection, 22 Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law (forthcoming 2014).
“Not Without Political Power”: Gays and Lesbians, Equal Protection, and the Suspect Class Doctrine, 65 Alabama Law Review (forthcoming 2014).
Resistance in the Afterlife of Identity, in Transcending The Boundaries of Law: Generations of Feminism and Legal Theory 176-191 (Martha Fineman ed., Routledge Press 2010).
Social Movements and Judging: An Essay on Institutional Reform Litigation and Desegregation in Dallas, Texas, 62 Southern Methodist University Law Review 1635-56 (2009).
Racial Exhaustion, 86 Washington University Law Review 917-74 (2009).
Sexual Politics and Social Change, 41 Connecticut Law Review 1523-46 (2009).
Reparations: A Remedies Law Perspective, 56 American University Law Review 1402-1406 (2007).
By a Thread: Majority Politics and Race-Based Remedies, 50 Howard Law Journal 827-840 (2007).
The Majoritarian Difficulty: Affirmative Action, Sodomy, and Supreme Court Politics, 23 Law and Inequality 1-93 (2005).
Critical Race Histories: In and Out, 54 American University Law Review (2004).
Unexplainable on Grounds Other Than Race: The Inversion of Privilege and Subordination in Equal Protection Jurisprudence, 2003 Illinois Law Review 615-700.
New Complexity Theories: From Theoretical Innovation to Doctrinal Reform, 71 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 431-45 (2003).
Factless Jurisprudence, 3 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 615-33 (2003).
Dissecting Judicial Bias: The Need for a Structural Analysis, American Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law 13-24 (2002).
Progressive Race Blindness?: Individual Identity, Group Politics, and Reform, 49 UCLA Law Review 1455-1480 (2002).
Closet Case: Boy Scouts of America v. Dale and the Reinforcement of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Invisibility, 76 Tulane Law Review 81-148 (2001).
Identity Crisis: Intersectionality, Multidimensionality, and the Development of An Adequate Theory of Subordination, 6 Michigan Journal of Race & Law 285-317 (2001).
Gay Rights for Gay Whites?: Race, Sexual Identity, and Equal Protection Discourse, 85 Cornell Law Review 1358-1391 (2000).
"Beyond the Rhetoric of 'Dirty Laundry': Examining the Value of Internal Criticism Within Progressive Social Movements and Oppressed Communities," 5 Michigan Journal of Race & Law 185-99 (1999).
Ignoring the Sexualization of Race: Heteronormativity, Critical Race Theory, and Anti-Racist Politics, 47 Buffalo Law Review 1-116 (1999).
Accommodating Outness: Hurley, Free Speech, and Gay and Lesbian Equality, 1 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 85-126 (1998).
Out Yet Unseen: A Racial Critique of Gay and Lesbian Legal Theory and Political Discourse, 29 Connecticut Law Review 561-645 (1997).
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