Recent articles and books of interest – March 25, 2013

Howard Friedman, Religion Clause

From SSRN:

Mark C. Modak-Truran, Legitimation, (Michael T. Gibbons, Diana Coole, & Kennan Ferguson eds., Encyclopedia of Political Thought (Wiley-Blackwell) (Forthcoming)).

Sahar F. Aziz, Addressing Discrimination against Arabs, Muslims, and South Asians: Testimony before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, (July 18, 2012).

From SmartCILP:

E. Duncan Getchell, Jr. and Michael H. Brady, How the Constitutions of the Thirty-seven States In Effect When the Fourteenth Amendment Was Adopted Demonstrate That the Governmental Endorsement Test in Establishment Clause Jurisprudence Is Contrary to American History and Tradition, 17 Texas Review of Law & Politics 125-184 (2012).

Bruce B. Jackson, Secularization by Incorporation: Religious Organizations and Corporate Identity, 11 First Amendment Law Review 90-148 (2012).

R. Randall Kelso, Justice Kennedy’s Jurisprudence on the First Amendment Religion Clauses, [Abstract], 44 McGeorge Law Review 103-165 (2013).

Timur Kuran and Scott Lustig, Judicial Biases in Ottoman Istanbul: Islamic Justice and Its Compatibility with Modern Economic Life, 55 Journal of Law & Economics 631-666 (2012).

Ofrit Liviatan, From Abortion to Islam: The Changing Function of Law In Europe’s Cultural Debates, 36 Fordham International Law Journal 93-135 (2013).

David E. Steinberg, Thomas Jefferson’s Establishment Clause Federalism, 40 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 277-318 (2013).

Religion and the Law. Articles by Matthew S. Bowman and students Christopher P. Schandevel & O. Woelke Leithart. 6 Phoenix Law Review 31-91 (2012).

New Books:

Christian Joppke and John Torpey, Legal Integration of Islam: A Transatlantic Comparison, (Harvard Univ. Press, April 2013).

Timothy D. Lytton, Kosher: Private Regulation in the Age of Industrial Food, (Harvard Univ. Press, April 2013).

Marc O. DeGirolami, The Tragedy of Religious Freedom, (Harvard Univ. Press, June 2013).

Faisal Devji, Muslim Zion: Pakistan as a Political Idea, (Harvard Univ. Press, Sept. 2013).