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Professor, LSJ/Political Science
Megan Ming Francis
Associate Professor, Political Science; LSJ
Associate Teaching Professor, LSJ/ Sociology
Professor, Political Science; Adjunct, LSJ
Professor, Political Science; LSJ
Katherine Beckett. 2018. “The Politics, Peril and Promise of Criminal Justice Reform in theContext of Mass Incarceration.” Annual Review of Criminology 1: 235-59.
George Lovell. 2015. “Covering Legal Mobilization: A Bottom‐Up Analysis of
Wards Cove v Atonio
”, co‐authored with Michael W. McCann and Kirstine Taylor. Law and Social Inquiry. 2015.
Michael McCann. 2015. “Covering Legal Mobilization: A Bottom–Up Political History of Wards Cove v. Atonio.” With George Lovell and Kirstine Taylor. Law & Social Inquiry.
Michael McCann. 2014. “The Unbearable Lightness of Rights: On Sociolegal Inquiry in the Global Era.”
Law & Society Review
, Vol 48 (20): 245-273.
Rachel Cichowski. 2013. "Mobilization, Litigation and Democratic Governance."
Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy
, 49(3): 321-332.
Michael McCann. 2013. “Criminalizing Big Tobacco: Legal Mobilization and the Politics of Responsibility for Health Risks in the United States" Law and Social Inquiry 38:2:288-321 with William Haltom and Shauna Fisher
Jamie Mayerfeld. 2012. “No Peace Without Injustice: Hobbes and Locke on the Ethics of Peacemaking.” International Theory, vol. 4, no. 2: 269-99.
Rachel Cichowski. 2007.
The European Court and Civil Society: Litigation, Mobilization and Governance.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
Michael McCann. 2004. Distorting the Law: Politics, Media, and the Litigation Crisis. University of Chicago Press. [with William Haltom]
Jamie Mayerfeld. 1999. Suffering and Moral Responsibility, Oxford University Press.