Bernard E. Harcourt : Additional Activities
Professor Harcourt in the News
Reviews of Professor Harcourt's Books:
- The Illusion of Free Markets
- Mal faire, dire vrai
- Against Prediction: Profiling, Punishing and Policing in an Actuarial Age
- Language of the Gun: Youth, Crime, and Public Policy
- Illusion of Order: The False Promise of Broken Windows Policing
- Guns, Crime, and Punishment in America
Pro Bono Death Penalty Project:
- Mobile Register, May 16, 2004
- Harcourt Argues Against Alabama's Judicial Override Practice
- Chicago Chronicle, March 4, 2004
- Harcourt Prevails at Alabama Supreme Court
- Harcourt Study in the Boston Globe
- Harcourt Testifies before House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security, June 30, 2005
- "Secrecy in the Courts," Chicago Public Radio's Odyssey, February 13, 2004
- "After the War on Crime," Chicago Public Radio's Odyssey, November 15, 2004
Professor Harcourt Addresses the Entering Class of 2009 (September 21, 2006).
Honors, Distinctions, and Awards
Elected Chair of the Political Science Department (May 2010)
Recipient of the 2009 Gordon J. Laing Book Prize for Against Prediction
Appointed Senior Fellow of the Society of Fellows, University of Chicago (2009)
Elected “Faculty Hooder” for the 2009 Commencement by the Law School student body
Awarded a Fulbright Scholar Grant to France for the academic year 2007-2008.
Invited to be member at Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies for academic year 2007-2008.
Invited to deliver the Croxton Lecture at Amherst College, April 16, 2007
Wilbur G. Katz Lecture for the Year 2002-2003, The University of Chicago Law School, delivered at the University Club in Chicago, February 24, 2003.
Howard H. Rolapp Distinguished Lecture, University of Utah College of Law, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 2001.
Selected by referees on a blind basis to represent the criminal law area at the first Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum held at Yale Law School on May 12-13, 2000.
Awarded a Senior Fellowship in the Graduate Program at Harvard Law School in 1995-1996 and 1996-1997.