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Megan Ming Francis
Associate Professor, Political Science; LSJ
Professor, Political Science; Adjunct, LSJ
“It’s Not a Classroom, It’s a Community”: LSJ 322 and Its Far-Reaching Effects
(May 3, 2023)
LSJ Career Night Event
(May 2, 2014)
Laibe, Kaitlyn. "Hopeful: An Examination of Incarcerated People's Experience Learning of Unexpected Early Release". University of Washington. Department of Law, Societies, and Justice, 2023.
Michael McCann, “Law and Social Movements: Old Themes and New Directions for Research.” Forthcoming in edited book on The Uses of Law by Social Movements, Julie Ringelheim, ed. 2020
“How States Justify Internment: The Case of Northern Ireland.” Sarah Dreier, Emily Gade, and Michael McCann. Funded by NSF grant. Planned submission to Law & Society Review, summer 2020.
Michael McCann, “A. Philip Randolph: Radicalizing Rights at the Intersection of Race and Class,” in Melvin L. Rogers and Chip Turner, eds., African American Political Thought: A Collected History. Forthcoming, University of Chicago Press. 2020.
Michael McCann, with George I. Lovell. Union by Law: Filipino American Labor Activists, Rights Radicalism, and Racial Capitalism. With George Lovell. University of Chicago Press. 512 pp. In cloth and paper, April, 2020.
Michael McCann, “Listening for the Songs of Others: Insiders, Outsiders, and the Legal Marginalization of the Laboring Underclass in America.” In Mary Nell Trautner, ed., Insiders, Outsiders, Injuries, & Law: Revisiting "The Oven Bird’s Song." New York: Cambridge University Press. 2018
Angelina Godoy. 2015. "God Alone Was With Us: the Santa Cruz Massacre", UW Center for Human Rights, (also published in Spanish as Solo Dios Con Nosotros: La Masacre de Santa Cruz).
"Communities in Shadows: The Effects of Deportation Policies on Families in Washington State". Law, Societies, and Justice Group Honors Report. 2013-2014.
Michael McCann. 2014. "The Personal is Political: On Twentieth Century Activist Lawyers for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties."
Tulsa Law Review
Vol 49, Number 2.
Michael McCann. 2014. "Money, Sex, and Power: Gender Discrimination and the Thwarted Legacy of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.” Keynote Address for Symposium, “Revisiting Sex: Gender and Sex Discrimination Fifty Years after the Civil Rights Act."
University of Denver Law Review
Vol 91 (4):779-802.