Publications – August 2007

Lori Andrews penned an Op-Ed article for The New York Times about Vietnamese trophy skulls (skulls that American soldiers brought home to the U.S. as trophies after the Vietnam war), entitled The Bones We Carried, June 22, 2007.

Professor Andrews co-wrote a chapter (along with Julie Burger and Marianne Timm) titled “Nanotechnology and the Intellectual Property Landscape” for the book Nanoscale: Issues and Perspectives for the Nano Century (N. Cameron & M. Mitchell, eds., Wiley Interscience 2007).

The Journal of Life Sciences will feature Tissue Culture, an article by Professor Andrews, in its September 2007 issue.

Bartram Brown’s article, Multiculturalism and the Bretton Woods Institutions, a paper presented at a conference in China in April 2007, is now forthcoming in the Chinese Journal of International Law.  The conference, on Multiculturalism and International Law, was hosted by The Silk Road Institute of International Law and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Xi’an Jiaotong University in China.

Graeme Dinwoodie’s casebook, Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy (2d ed., Aspen 2007) was published in July (with Mark Janis).

Professor Dinwoodie has published three articles:

  • Confusion Over Use: Contextualism in Trademark Law, 92 Iowa L. Rev. 1597 (2007) (with Mark Janis).
  • Lessons From the Trademark Use Debate, 92 Iowa L. Rev. 1703 (2007) (with Mark Janis).
  • Copyright Lawmaking Authority: An (Inter)nationalist Perspective on The Treaty Clause, 30 Colum. J.L. & Arts 355 (2007) (symposium issue).

Steven Heyman completed the manuscript of his book, Free Speech and Human Dignity, which will be published by Yale University Press in Spring 2008.

Professor Heyman contributed an article on “Compelled Speech” to the Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States, which is scheduled for publication next year, and whose editors include Professor Felice Batlan.

Nancy Marder’s Introduction to the 50th Anniversary of “12 Angry Men” and The Banality of Evil: A Portrayal in “12 Angry Men” will appear in print this fall as part of the symposium that she organized entitled “The 50th Anniversary of ’12 Angry Men,'” 82 Chicago-Kent L. Rev. ___ (2007).

Professor Marder’s essay, Law, Literature & Feminism: Broadening the Canon with New Texts, will appear in the Modern Language Association’s Teaching Literature and Law (Austin Sarat, Cathrine Frank & Matthew Anderson, eds., forthcoming).

Professor Marder’s essays Women on Juries and J.E.B. v. Alabama ex rel. T.B. will appear in the Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States (David Tanenhaus, editor-in-chief, forthcoming in 2008.)

Henry Perritt’s book review essay, on State Succession and Commercial Obligations by Tai-Heng Cheng,” will be published in Wisconsin International Law Journal (forthcoming 2007).

Professor Perritt has published his article, New Architectures for Music: Law Should Get Out of the Way, 29 Hastings Comm. & Ent. L.J. 259 (2007). This article is the first in a trilogy. Music Markets and Myths, and Flanking the DRM Maginot Line Against New Music Markets will be published in the fall by Seton Hall J. Sports & Ent. L. and Mich. St. J. Int’l L., respectively.

David Rudstein’s casebook, Criminal Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems, was published last week by Vandeplas Publishing in August 2007.

Professor Rudstein has also published his article, Retrying the Acquitted in England, Part 1: The Exception to the Rule Against Double Jeopardy for “New and Compelling Evidence,” 8 S.D. Int’l L.J. 387 (2007).

Ronald Staudt will have a short article, Law Student, Technology and Legal Aid: New Models and New Opportunities, in the September 2007 issue of the Management Information Exchange Journal.

Dan Tarlock completed the manuscript of his book, Anatomy of a Water War in the Klamath Basin: Macho Law, Combat Biology, and Dirty Politics, which will be published by Island Press in Spring 2008 (with Professor Holly Doremus, UC Davis School of Law).

Professor Tarlock has published two articles:

  • The Great Lakes as an Environmental Heritage of Humankind: An International Law Perspective, 40 U. Mich. J. L. Reform 995 (2007).
  • Are Shared Benefits of International Waters an Equitable Apportionment? 18 Colo. J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 523 (2007) (with Professor Patricia Wouters, University of Dundee, Scotland).

Professor Tarlock has completed the 2007 Update for his treatise, Law of Water Rights and Resources.

Richard Wright’s paper, “Acts and Omissions as Positive and Negative Causes,” originally presented at an international conference on “Emerging Issues in Tort Law” at the University of Western Ontario, Canada, in June 2006, has been published along with other conference papers in Emerging Issues in Tort Law (Jason W. Neyers, Erika Chamberlain & Stephen G.A. Pitel eds., Hart Publishing 2007).

Professor Wright’s paper, The Principles of Product Liability, originally presented at a symposium on “Products Liability: Litigation Trends on the 10th Anniversary of the Third Restatement” at the University of Texas in Austin in March 2007, is forthcoming in 26 Rev. Litig. ___ (2007).

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