5 Books for Trans Awareness Week
As we celebrate Trans Awareness Week, we’re taking a deeper look at the ways that transphobia permeates our society. These five books provide a unique understanding of the oppression experienced… READ MORE
Still Trying to Make Sense of the Midterm Elections? Consider the Impact of These Frustrating Changes to Your State’s Voting Laws.
by Don Waisanen, Sonia R. Jarvis and Nicole A. Gordon If you are an eligible voter heading to the polls this November, you may need to ready yourself for some maddening and confusing… READ MORE
How Jailhouse Informants Contribute to Wrongful Convictions (And What to Do About It) by Jeffrey S. Neuschatz and Jonathan M. Golding
A recent series of cases in Tampa, FL illustrate a problem facing the legal system in the US—theuse of jailhouse informants. Jailhouse informants are witnesses who testify in a criminal… READ MORE
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In the Library: Books on Free Speech
In the year since my book The Fight for Free Speech: Ten Case That Define Our First Amendment Freedoms was published by NYU Press, I am often asked if there… READ MORE
Donald Dewey, author of The Art of Ill Will (NYU Press 2008), talks to Brian Lehrer about politics, art and their uniquely American intersections.
October 22, 2008
Dr. Kevin Keough, host of the North Star Guardians, interviews Dr. Nicole Rafter, author of The Criminal Brain: Understanding Biological Theories of Crime (NYU Press 2008).