Selected Publications

This page contains a list of selected publications by our faculty authors. The representative listing is updated occasionally as forthcoming books are published.

6/6/17

> David M. Engel  
Why do Americans seem to sue at the slightest provocation? The answer may surprise you: we don’t!  See more: University of Chicago Press

6/6/17

> Jennifer L. Gaynor
Political and interethnic ties among Sulawesi’s littorals and land-based realms of 17th-century spice trade. See more: Cornell University Press

6/6/17

> Samantha Barbas 
This is a story of how American law and culture struggled to define and reconcile the right of privacy and the rights of the press. See more: Stanford University Press

6/6/17

The Buffalo Legal Studies Research Paper Series, hosted by the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), provides an international, interdisciplinary audience for UB faculty and visiting scholars.
> Access the series on the SSRN.

6/6/17

> Christopher Mele
What is the relationship between race and space, and how do racial politics inform the organization and development of urban locales?  See more.

6/6/17

Irus Braverman
The book documents the emerging understanding in species conservation that all forms of wild nature may need to be managed in perpetuity.

1/19/16

Rebecca Redwood French (Editor), Mark A. Nathan (Editor). This book challenges the concept of Buddhism as an apolitical religion without implications for law.