This page contains a list of selected publications by our
faculty authors. The representative listing is updated occasionally
as forthcoming books are published.
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
> 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
> 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
> 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.
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.
The book documents the emerging understanding in species
conservation that all forms of wild nature may need to be managed
Robert Mark Silverman (Editor), Kelly L. Patterson
Rebecca Redwood French (Editor), Mark A. Nathan (Editor). This
book challenges the concept of Buddhism as an apolitical religion
without implications for law.
Leslie C. Levin (Editor) and Lynn Mather (Editor)
Robert Adelman (Editor), and Christopher Mele (Editor)