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Publications

“Republican Law”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Oxford University Press
“After Critical Legal History: Scope, Scale, Structure”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
“Effects of Scale: Toward a History of the Literature of Law”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Hart Publishing
“Freedom Bound (A Response to Readers)”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law & Society Review
“What is Left of the Law and Society Paradigm After Critique? Revisiting Gordon’s ‘Critical Legal Histories’”
2012, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law and Social Inquiry
“‘Law As …’: Theory and Practice in Legal History”
2011, Christopher L. Tomlins, UC Irvine Law Review
Cover of Freedom Bound: Law, Labor, and Civic Identity in Colonizing English America, 1580-1865 Freedom Bound: Law, Labor, and Civic Identity in Colonizing English America, 1580-1865
10/27/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge University Press
“Toward a Materialist Jurisprudence”
9/30/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, Harvard University Press
Cover of “Expanding Boundaries: A Century of Legal History,” “Expanding Boundaries: A Century of Legal History,”
5/1/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, in James M. Banner, ed., American History Today (Boston: Bedford/St.Martin’s), 78-89.
“The Inception of Modern Professional Education: C.C. Langdell, 1826-1906,” [Review Essay]
5/1/2010, Christopher L. Tomlins, Journal of Legal Education, 59, 4, 657-67.
“Transplants and Timing: Passages in the Creation of an Anglo-American Law of Slavery”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Theoretical Inquiries in Law
“Revolutionary Justice in Brecht, Conrad and Blake”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law and Literature
“The Strait Gate: The Past, History and Legal Scholarship”
2009, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law, Culture and the Humanities
“Editor’s Preface: The Cambridge History of Law in America”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge History of Law in America
“Law, Population, Labor”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge History of Law in America
“Law and History”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Oxford University Press
“The Supreme Sovereignty of the State: A Genealogy of Police in American Constitutional Law, from the Founding Era to Lochner”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Stanford University Press
“Constellations of Class in North America and the Atlantic World”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, University of Pennsylvania Press,
“Necessities of State: Police, Sovereignty and the Constitution”
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Journal of Policy History
Cover of The Cambridge History of Law in America (3 vol.s)
Volume 1, Early America (1580–1815); Volume 2, The Long Nineteenth Century (1789–1920); Volume 3, The Twentieth Century and After (1920–) The Cambridge History of Law in America (3 vol.s) Volume 1, Early America (1580–1815); Volume 2, The Long Nineteenth Century (1789–1920); Volume 3, The Twentieth Century and After (1920–)
2008, Christopher L. Tomlins, Cambridge University Press
"Ghosts and Guesthouses: Law and Identity in Mandate Palestine"
2007, Christopher L. Tomlins, Israel Studies Forum
“The Threepenny Constitution (and the Question of Justice)”
2007, Christopher L. Tomlins, Alabama Law Review
“How Autonomous is Law?”
2007, Christopher L. Tomlins, Annual Reviews Press
“Politics, Police, Past and Present: Larry Kramer’s The People Themselves”
2006, Christopher L. Tomlins, Chicago-Kent Law Review
“Demonic Ambiguities: Enchantment and Disenchantment in Nathaniel Turner’s Virginia”
Forthcoming, Christopher L. Tomlins, UC Irvine Law Review
“Animals Accurs’d: Ferae Naturae and the Law of Property in Nineteenth Century North America”
Forthcoming, Christopher L. Tomlins, University of Toronto Law Journal
“Law ‘and’, law ‘in’, law ‘as’: The Definition, Rejection and Recuperation of the Socio-Legal Enterprise”
Forthcoming, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law In Context
“The State, the Unions and the Critical Synthesis in Labor Law History: A 25-year Retrospect”
Forthcoming, Christopher L. Tomlins, Labor History
“Bucking the Party Line: Calavita’s Invitation to Law and Society”
Forthcoming, Christopher L. Tomlins, Law & Social Inquiry
“Foreword: ‘Law As …’ History as Interface for the Interdisciplinary Study of Law”
Forthcoming, Christopher L. Tomlins, UC Irvine Law Review

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