BRACEY, CHRISTOPHER



BOOKS


(With Konig, David Thomas, and Paul Finkelman.) The Dred Scott Case: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Race and Law. Edited by David Thomas, Konig, Paul Finkelman and Christopher A. Bracey. Athens : Ohio University Press, 2010. 


Saviors or Sellouts: The Promise and Peril of Black Conservatism, From Booker T. Washignton to Condoleezza Rice, Boston : Beacon Press, 2008. 



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


"Dred Scott, Human Dignity and the Quest for a Culture of Equality," in The Dred Scott Case: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Race and Law, p. 119-139. Athens : Ohio University Press, 2010.


"Introduction American Confluence: History, Race and Law," in The Dred Scott Case: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Race and Law, p. 1-8. Edited by David Thomas Konig, Paul Finkelman, and Christopher Alan Bracey. Athens : Ohio University Press, 2010.


"A Blog Supreme," 116 Yale Law Journal, Pocket Part 16-22 (2006).

Available at http://yalelawjournal.org/


"Getting Back to Basics: Dignity, Materialism and a Culture of Racial Equality," 26 Chicano-Latino Law Review 1-40 (2006).


"The Cul de Sac of Race Preference and Discourse," 79 Southern California Law Review 1231-1325 (2006).


"Dignity in Race Jurisprudence," 7 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 669-720 (2005).


"The Civil Rights Act of 1866," in Major Acts of Congress. Edited by Landsberg, Brian K. New York : MacMillan Reference, 2004.


"Adjudication, Antisubordination, and the Jazz Connection," 54 Alabama Law Review 853-876 (2003).


"Louis Brandeis and the Race Question," 52 Alabama Law Review 859-910 (2001).


"Note--Legal Realism and the Race Question: Some Realism about Realism on Race Relations," 108 Harvard Law Review 1607-1624 (1995).



BOOK REVIEWS


"The Color of Our Future: The Pitfalls and Possibilities of the Race Card in American Culture." Review of The Race Card: How Bluffing About Bias Makes Race Relations Worse, by Richard Thompson Ford. 5 Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties 89-110 (2009).


"Thinking Race, Makin Nation." Review of The Anatomy of Racial Inequality, by Glenn Loury. 97 Northwestern University Law Review 911-939 (2003).


"Truth and Legitimacy in the Criminal Process." Review of Trials Without Truth, by William Pizzi. 90 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 691-728 (2000).


"Booknote, Let's Talk About Sex, Baby!" Review of Sexy Dressing Etc., by Duncan Kennedy. 107 Harvard Law Review 745-750 (1994).



OTHER


"Storms, Politics, and the Destruction of the American Gulf Coast: A University Faculty Roundtable Transcript," Belles Lettres (2006).