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Bernard E. Harcourt : Publications

Books (Author)

The Illusion of Free Markets: Punishment and the Myth of Natural Order. Harvard University Press, 2011.

Les 100 Jours D'Obama. Éditions Le Manuscrit, 2009.

Journal De Campagne. Éditions Le Manuscrit, 2008.

Against Prediction: Profiling, Policing, and Punishing in an Actuarial Age. University of Chicago Press, 2007.

L'illusion de l'ordre: incivilités et violences urbaines : tolérance zéro? French ed., Collection "Les urbanités". Descartes, 2006.

Illusion of Order: The False Promise of Broken Windows Policing. Harvard University Press, 2001.

Books (Editor)

Michel Foucault. Mal Faire, Dire Vrai: Fonctions de L'Aveu Dans la Justice, Presses universitaire de Louvain 2012 and University of Chicago Press 2013 (with Fabienne Brion).

Criminal Law and the Regulation of Vice, American Casebook Series. Thomson West, 2007 (with Franklin Zimring).

Carceral Notebooks. Vol. 2, 2006.

Carceral Notebooks. Vol. 1, 2005.

Guns, Crime, and Punishment in America. New York University Press, 2003.

Book Sections

La route du profilage 'racial' a été pavée par des immigrants. » In Migrations critiques. Mobilités humaines au début du XXI siècle, Salvatore Palidda, ed. Karthala, 2011.

“El camino hacia el profiling racial está pavimentado con migrantes.” In Criminalización racista de los migrantes en Europa, Salvatore Palidda and José Ángel Brandariz García, eds. Editorial Comares, 2011.

"Abolition in the U.S.A. by 2050: On Political Capital and Ordinary Acts of Resistance." In Road to Abolition?, edited by Austin Sarat and Charles Ogletree. New York University Press, 2009.

"Borders of Punishment. A Critique of Immigrant Profiling." In Criminalisation and Victimisation of Migrants in Europe, edited by Salvatore Palidda. CrimPrev, 2009.

"Firearms." In The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion, edited by Richard A. Shweder, Thomas R. Bidell, Anne C. Dailey, Suzanne D. Dixon, Peggy J. Miller, and John Modell. University of Chicago Press, 2009.

"La Strada Verso il Profiling Razziale è Lastricata di Immigrati." In Razzismo Democratico, edited by Salvatore Palidda. Agenzia X, 2009.

"Moving Beyond Profiling: The Virtues of Randomization." In Race, Ethnicity and Policing: New and Essential Readings, edited by Stephen K. Rice and Michael D. White. New York University Press, 2009.

"Randomization in Criminal Justice: A Criminal Law Conversation." In Criminal Law Conversation, edited by Kimberly Ferzan, Stephen Garvey, and Paul Robinson. Oxford University Press, 2009 (with Alon Harel, Ken Levy, Michael O'Hear, and Alice Ristroph).

"Cesare Beccaria et son traité 'Des délits et des peines'." In Les grandes oeuvres juridiques, edited by Jean Louis Halperin and Olivier Cayla. Editions Dalloz, 2008.

"Jacques Derrida, 'Force de loi,' et son influence sur the movement Critical Legal Studies aux Etats-Unis." In Les Grandes Oeuvres Juridiques, edited by Jean-Louis Halperin and Olivier Cayla. Editions Dalloz, 2008.

"Supposons que la discipline et la sécurité n'existent pas: Rereading Foucalt's Collége de France Lectures." In vol. 4 of Carceral Notebooks, edited by Bernard E. Harcourt, 2008 (with Paul Veyne).

"Carceral Continuities." In vol. 2 of Carceral Notebooks, edited by Bernard E. Harcourt, 2006.

"Muslim Profiles Post 9/11: Is Racial Profiling an Effective Counterterrorist Measure and Does it Violate the Right to be Free from Discrimination?" In Security and Human Rights, edited by Benjamin Goold and Liora Lazarus. Hart Publishing, 2006 (also published as Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper no. 123).

"The Road to Racial Profiling." In Criminal Procedure Stories, edited by Carol Steiker. Foundation Press, 2006.

"Carceral Imaginations." In vol. 1 of Carceral Notebooks, edited by Bernard E. Harcourt, 2005.

"From the Ne'er-do-well to the Criminal History Category." In The New Data: Over-Representation of Minorities in the Criminal Justice System, edited by Andrew E. Taslitz. Duke University School of Law, 2003.

"'Hell no, you can't jack that fool. He stays strapped. He's strapped all the time': Talking about Guns at an All-Boy Correctional Facility in Tucson, Arizona." In Guns, Crime, and Punishment in America, edited by Bernard E. Harcourt. New York University Press, 2003.

"Cruel and Unusual Punishment." In Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Supplement II, edited by Leonard Levy, Kenneth Karst, and Adam Winkler. Macmillan, 2000.

"Matroishka Dolls." In Urgent Times: Policing and Rights in Inner-City Communities, edited by Joshua Cohen and Joel Rogers. Beacon Press, 1999.

"Jury Instructions." In Alabama Capital Defense Trial Manual. Equal Justice Initiative, 1992.

"The Penalty Phase." In Alabama Capital Defense Trial Manual. Equal Justice Initiative, 1992.

Journal Articles

"On the American Paradox of Laissez Faire and Mass Incarceration." 125 Harvard Law Review Forum 54 ( 2012).

"The Politics of Incivility (part of Symposium: Political Discourse, Civility and Harm)." 54 University of Arizona Law Review 345 (2012).

"Surveiller et punir à l’âge actuariel : Généalogie et critique." 35(1) Déviance et société 5 (2011).

"Surveiller et punir à l’âge actuariel : Généalogie et critique (Partie II." 35(2) Déviance et société 163 (2011).

"Radical Thought from Marx, Nietzsche and Freud, Through Foucault, to the Present: Comments on Steven Luke's In Defense of "False Consciousness"." 2011 The University of Chicago Legal Forum 29 (2011).

"Randomization and the Fourth Amendment." 78 University of Chicago Law Review 809 (2011) (with Tracy Meares).

“Making Willing Bodies: The University of Chicago Human Experiments at Stateville Penitentiary,” 78(2) Journal of Social Research 443 (2011).

“An Institutionalization Effect: The Impact of Mental Hospitalization and Imprisonment on Homicide in the United States, 1934 – 2001.” 40 Journal of Legal Studies 39 (2011.

“Reducing Mass Incarceration: Lessons from the Deinstitutionalization of Mental Hospitals in the 1960s.” 9 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 53 (2011).

"Neoliberal Penality: A Brief Genealogy." 14 Theoretical Criminology 74 (2010).

"Meditaciones postmodernas sobre el castigo: acerca de los límites de la razón y de las virtudes de la aletoriedad (Una polémica y un manifiesto para el siglo XXI)." 13 Anuario da Facultade de Dereito da Universidade da Coruña (2009).

"A Reader's Companion to 'Against Prediction': A reply to Ariela Gross, Yoram Margalioth, and Yoav Sapir on Economic Modeling, Selective Incapacitation, Governmentality, and Race." 33 Law and Social Inquiry 265 (2008).

"Repenser le carcéral à travers le prisme de l'institutionalisation: Sur les liens entre asiles et prisons aux Etats-Unis." 5 Champ Pénal/Penal Field (2008).

"Critique du champ pénal a l'âge actuariel." 3 Cahiers Parisiens 785 (2007).

"Judge Richard Posner on Civil Liberties: Pragmatic Libertarian Authoritarian." 74 University of Chicago Law Review 1723 (2007).

"Post-Modern Meditations on Punishment: On the Limits of Reason and the Virtues of Randomization." 40 Social Research 307 (2007).

"Sulla svolta atturiale in criminologia." 5 Conflitti Globali 87 (2007).

"Broken Windows: New Evidence from New York City and a Five-City Social Experiment." 73 University of Chicago Law Review 271 (2006) (with Jens Ludwig).

"Du Désordre et de la delinquence: Réflexions sur l'importation de la théorie de la vitre brisée en France." 2 Cahiers Parisiens 87 (2006).

"From the Asylum to the Prison: Rethinking the Incarceration Revolution." 84 Texas Law Review 1751 (2006).

"Reefer Madness: Broken Windows Policing and Misdemeanor Marijuana Arrests in New York City, 1989-2000." 2007 Criminology and Public Policy (2006) (with Jens Ludwig).

"Policing L.A.'s Skid Row: Crime and Real Estate Redevelopment in Downtown Los Angeles (An Experiment in Real Time)." University of Chicago Legal Forum 325 (2005).

"Seeing Crime and Punishment Through a Sociological Lens: Contributions, Practices, and the Future." 2005 University of Chicago Legal Forum 289 (2005) (with Calvin Morrill, John Hagan, and Tracy Meares).

"On Gun Registration, the NRA, Adolf Hitler, and Nazi Gun Laws: Exploding the Gun Culture Wars (A Call to Historians)." 73 Fordham Law Review 653 (2004).

"Rethinking Racial Profiling: A Critique of the Economics, Civil Liberties, and Constitutional Literature, and of Criminal Profiling More Generally." 71 University of Chicago Law Review 1275 (2004).

"Unconstitutional Police Searches and Collective Responsibility." 3 Criminology and Public Policy 363 (2004).

"You Are Forbidden to Read This Foreword: 'You are entering a gay and lesbian-free zone': On the Radical Dissent of Justice Scalia and Some Post-Queer (Rethinking Lawrence, Sex Wars, and the Penal Code)." 94 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 503 (2004).

"From the Ne'er-do-well to the Criminal History Category: The Refinement of the Actuarial Model in Criminal Law." 66 Law and Contemporary Problems 99 (2003).

"The Shaping of Chance: Actuarial Models and Criminal Profiling at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century." 70 University of Chicago Law Review 105 (2003).

"Joel Feinberg on Crime and Punishment: Exploring the Relationship Between the Moral Limts of the Criminal Law and the Expressive Function of Punishment." 5 Buffalo Criminal Law Review 146 (2002).

"Measured Interpretation: Introducing the Method of Correspondence Analysis to Legal Studies." 2002 University of Illinois Law Review 979 (2002) (symposium issue on Empirical and Experimental Methods in Law).

Review of Les Prisons de la Misere, by Loic Wacquant. 5:4 Theoretical Criminology 487 (2001).

"Introduction: Guns, Crime, and Punishment in America." 43 Arizona Law Review 261 (2001).

"After the 'Social Meaning Turn': Implications for Research Design and Methods of Proof in Contemporary Criminal Law Policy Analysis." 34:1 Law and Society Review 179 (2000).

"Foreword to Supreme Court Review: Transparent Adjudication and Social Science Research in Constitutional Criminal Procedure." 90 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 733 (2000) (with Tracy Meares).

"The Collapse of the Harm Principle." 90 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 109 (1999).

"Placing Shame in Context: A Response to Thomas Scheff on Community Conferences and Therapeutic Jurisprudence." 67 Revista Juridica Universidad de Puerto Rico 627 (1998).

"Reflecting on the Subject: A Critique of the Social Influence Conception of Deterrence, the Broken Windows Theory, and Order-Maintenance Policing New York Style." 97 Michigan Law Review 291 (1998).

"Mature Adjudication: Interpretive Choice in Recent Death Penalty Cases." 9 Harvard Human Rights Journal 255 (1996).

"Disappeared in Guatemala: The Case of Efrain Bamaca Velasquez." 7:1 Human Rights Watch/Americas 1 (1995) (with Anne Manuel and Makau Mutua).

"Imagery and Adjudication in the Criminal Law: The Relationship between Images of Criminal Defendants and Ideologies of Criminal Law in Southern Antebellum and Modern Appellate Decisions." 61 Brooklyn Law Review 1165 (1995).

Magazine Articles

"Meditaciones postmodernas sobre el castigo: Acerca de los límites de la razón y de las virtudes de la aleatoriedad." trans. José Ángel Brandariz García and Agustina Iglesias Skulj, Revista de la Justicia Penal Nº7, October 2011.

"Dévoiler l’ordre punitif américain : Une réponse à Corentin Durand, Fabien Jobard, Claire Lemercier et David Spector." La Vie des idées, June 7, 2011.

"Policing Disorder." Boston Review, April/May 2002, p. 16.

Newspaper Articles

"Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! The High Court Should Reject Sentences of Life in Prison without Parole for Juveniles." Los Angeles Times, October 5, 2009.

"The Mentally Ill, Behind Bars." The New York Times, January 15, 2007, p. A15.

"Bratton's 'Broken Windows'." Los Angeles Times, April 20, 2006.

"Search and Defend." The New York Times, August 25, 2006, p. A1.

"26 Years on Death Row: Time to Annul Judicial Override." The Birmingham News, May 13, 2004.

"No New Evidence Was Presented to Judges." The Mobile Press, May 16, 2004.

"U. S. Criminal Experts Don't Have Solutions for the Downtown Eastside." The Vancouver Sun, May 7, 2003.

"The Broken-Windows Myth." The New York Times, September 11, 2001.

Working Papers

"Henry Louis Gates and Racial Profiling: What’s the Problem?" 2009 (paper presented at the Malcolm Wiener Inequality & Social Policy Program, Harvard University; University of Chicago Law & Economics, Olin Working Paper No. 482; University of Chicago, Public Law Working Paper No. 277).

"Neoliberal Penality: A Brief Genealogy." 2009.

"Abolition in the U.S.A. by 2050: On Political Capital and Ordinary Acts of Resistance." 2008.

"Neoliberal Penality: The Birth of Natural Order, the Illusion of Free Markets." 2008.

"Rereading Foucault's College de France Lectures." 2008 (with Paul Veyne).

"Supposons que la discipline et la sécurité n'existent pas: Rereading Foucault's Collége de France Lectures." 2008 (with Paul Veyne).

"An Answer to the Question 'What is Poststructuralism?'." March 2007.

"From the Asylum to the Prison: Rethinking the Incarceration Revolution - Part II: State Level Analysis." March 2007.

"Judge Richard Posner on Civil Liberties: Pragmatic Authoritarian Libertarian." July 2007.

"Against Prediction: Sentencing, Policing, and Punishing in an Actuarial Age." 2006.

"Broken Windows: New Evidence from New York City and a Five-city Social Experiment." May 9 2006.

"Embracing Chance: Post-modern Meditations on Punishment." December 2006.

"On Gun Registration, the NRA, Adolph Hitler and Nazi Gun Laws Exploding the Gun Culture Wars." 2006.

"Policing L.A.'s Skid Row Crime and Real Estate Development in Downtown Los Angeles [An Experiment in Real Time]." 2006.

"Reefer Madness: Broken Windows Policing and Misdemeanor Marijuana Arrests in New York City, 1989-2000." July 2006 (with Jens Ludwig).

"Rethinking Racial Profiling: A Critique of the Economics, Civil Liberties, and Constitutional Literature, and of Criminal Profiling More Generally." 2006.

"Should we aggregate mental hospitalization and prison population rates in empirical research on the relationship between incarceration and crime, unemployment, poverty and other social indicators on the continuity of spacial exclusion and confinement in twentieth century America." 2006.

"Unconstitutional Police Searches and Collective Responsibility." January 2006.

"You Are Entering a Gay- and Lesbian- Free Zone: On the Radical Dissents of Justice Scalia and Other (Post-) Queers." 2006.