Who Belongs? Immigrants and the Law in American History, in A Companion to American Legal History (eds S. E. Hadden and A. L. Brophy, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK., 2013).
Bordered Lands: Legal Culture and Land Use in the Nineteenth-Century Southwest, in Community, Home, and Identity (R.P. Malloy & T. Turnipseed eds., Ashgate Press, forthcoming 2012)
The View from the Border: Law and Community in the Nineteenth Century, in Transformations in American Legal History, vol. 2 (ed. Daniel W. Hamilton & Alfred Brophy) (Harvard University Press, 2011). Full text via SSRN
Book Review, The State Origins of Federal Plenary Power (reviewing Hidetaka Hirota, The Moment of Transition: State Officials, the Federal Government, and the Formation of American Immigration Policy, 99 Journal of American History 1092 (2013).) Jotwell (August 5, 2013) Full text via Jotwell
Book Review, Is Alabama the New California? Civil Rights Historal through a Multiracial Lens (reviewing Mark Brilliant, The Color of America Has Changed: How Racial Diversity Shaped Civil Rights Reform in California, 1941-1978 (Oxford University Press, 2010)), Jotwell (July 9, 2012) Full text via Jotwell
Immigration and the Constitution: A New Historical Interpretation , Jotwell (February 28, 2011) Full text via Jotwell
American Law Comes to the Border: Law and Colonization on the Edge of the U.S./Mexico Divide (Ph.D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 2008).
The Effect of the Great Depression on Latinos, in the Encyclopedia of the Great Depression (Robert S. McElvaine, ed., 2004).
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