New Fall 2010 Books from Harvard University Press

Below are some new titles from Harvard University Press that may be of interest. If you’re interested in reviewing one of the books below, or any other recent title by Harvard or any other participating presses in our book review project, please email me.

If I give you the okay, I’ll have Harvard send you a free review copy. We’re aiming for reviews between 500 – 2000 words, ideally about 1000 words.

To read some previous book reviews, along with book-related posts, please visit our book review archive page.

Here are the titles:

Jeffrey Abramson, Minerva’s Owl: The Tradition of Western Political Thought new in paper (avail. 10/1/10)

Bruce Ackerman, The Decline and Fall of the American Republic

Marcus Boon, In Praise of Copying

Robert Darnton, Poetry and the Police: Communication Networks in Eighteenth-Century Paris (avail. 10/4/10)

Ernest Freeberg, Democracy’s Prisoner: Eugene V. Debs, the Great War, and the Right to Dissent new in paper

David Garland, Peculiar Institution: America’s Death Penalty in an Age of Abolition

Ran Hirschl, Constitutional Theocracy

Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn, Constitutional Identity

George Kateb, Human Dignity

Steven Lubet, Fugitive Justice: Runaways, Rescuers, and Slavery on Trial (avail. 10/4/10)

Samuel Moyn, The Last Utopia: Human Rights in History

Elizabeth S. Scott, Rethinking Juvenile Justice new in paper

Max Weiss, In the Shadow of Sectarianism: Law, Shi’ism, and the Making of Modern Lebanon

Joan Williams, Reshaping the Work-Family Debate: Why Men and Class Matter

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