Articles of interest – September 18, 2015
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Deepa Das Acevedo, Divine Sovereignty, Indian Property Law, and the Dispute Over the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, (Modern Asian Studies, 2016).
- Giancarlo Anello, The Islamic Religion in the ‘Architecture’ of the 2014 Egyptian Constitution, ( Diritto & Questioni pubbliche, Forthcoming (2015)).
- Daniel Augenstein, Freedom of Religion and the Politics of the Liberal Public-Private Divide, (44(1) Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy (2015) 8-23).
- J. Patrick Dobel, Ethics: Holy Evil and Theocracy, (Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, Third Edition 2015 by Taylor & Francis).
- Frederick Mark Gedicks, ‘Substantial’ Burdens, (BYU Law Research Paper No. 15‐18, Sept. 2015).
- Eleni Polymenopoulou, A Thousand Ways to Kiss the Earth: Artistic Freedom, Cultural Heritage and Islamic Extremism, (Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, Volume 17, Fall 2015).
- John W. Ragsdale, Sacred in the City: The Huron Indian Cemetery and the Preservation Laws, (August 20, 2015).
- Nancy J. Knauer, Religious Exemptions, Marriage Equality, and the Establishment of Religion, (University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review, Vol. 83, No. 1, 2015 Forthcoming).
- Peter Nicolas, Fundamental Rights in a Post-Obergefell World, (Yale Journal of Law & Feminism, Forthcoming.
- Burlette Carter, Brief of Amici Curiae Professor W. Burlette Carter in Support of Neither Party: Obergefell v. Hodges; Deboer v. Snyder; Tango v. Haslam; Bourke v. Beshear, (GWU Law School Public Law Research Paper No. 2015-32).
Note also that the various publications listed under “Journals” in the Religion Clause sidebar continue to publish regularly.