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Past Fellows News and Publications


Cantisano, Pedro. Legal Reasoning in a Slave Society (Brazil, 1860–88). Law and History Review, 36(3), pp. 471-510.

Dalack, Andrew. Special Administrative Measures and the War on Terror: When do Extreme Pretrial Detention Measures Offend the Constitution?, 19 Mich. J. Race & L. 415 (2014).

Felber, Garrett. The Struggle to Abolish the Police is Not New. Boston Review, June 25, 2020.

Felber, Garrett. Those Who Know Don't Say:The Nation of Islam, the Black Freedom Movement, and the Carceral State. Chapel Hill, North Carolina University Press, 2019.

Helps, David. Covid-19 outbreaks at jails and prisons should make us rethink incarcerationWashington Post, June 25, 2020.

Helps, David. When Conservatives Called To Freeze Police Budgets. The Metropole. 

Stephens, Alexander. Governments and Corporations Have Deemed Immigrant Workers Expendable During the Pandemic. Jacobin Magazine, May 11, 2020.

Sunshine, James Russell (2020). President Obama's Misunderstood Clemency Initiattive. Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law, 25(1).

Walker, Andrew (2019). Illegal Under the Laws of All Nations? The Courts of Haiti and the Suppression of the Atlantic Trade in African Captives. Law and History Review, 37(2), pp. 539-569.

Legal/Professional News

Andrew Dalack (RLH fellow 2012-13) is an attorney for the Federal Defenders of New York. 

Daniel Fryer (RLH fellow 2016-17) is a clerk for the Honorable Chief Judge Roger L. Gregory of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania.

Starting August 2020, Nicole Navarro (RLH fellow 2018-19) will be a Smithsonian Predoctoral Fellow at the Anacostia Community Museum in Washington, DC, as part of the Big Ten Academic Alliance Smithsonian Fellowship Program. 

Chao Ren (RLH fellow 2019-20) is awarded American Society for Legal History summer research grant.