Articles and books of interest – March 16, 2014
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Ratna Kapur, A Leap of Faith: The Construction of Hindu Majoritarianism in Secular Law, (113 (1) South Atlantic Quarterly 109-128 (2014)).
- Pamela Foohey, Perspectives on Religious Organizations’ Reorganizations, (87 American Bankruptcy Law Journal (2014 Forthcoming)).
- Mary E. McMahon, May I Be Excused? Smith’s Individualized Governmental Assessment Exception and the HHS Mandate, (Journal of Catholic Legal Studies, 2014).
- Eric Segall, Silence is Golden: Moments of Silence, Legislative Prayers, and the Establishment Clause, (Northwestern University Law Review Online, Vol. 108, 2014).
- Tyler Antone Le Fevre, Gender and the Institutional Nature of Marriage, (March 11, 2014).
From SmartCILP and elsewhere:
- J. Brent Walker, What a Touchy Subject!: Religious Liberty and Church-State Separation, (Nurturing Faith Inc., February 2014).
- John W. Compton, The Evangelical Origins of the Living Constitution, (Harvard University Press, March 2014).
- Barry Rubin and Wolfgang G. Schwanitz, Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East, (Yale University Press, Feb. 2014).