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2012 Publications


  • Gearey, Adam. Justice as Welfare. Equity and Solidarity, New York: Continuum (February 2012).

Edited Collections

  • Douzinas, C. (with Stone, M. and Wall, I.) New Critical Legal Thinking: Law, Politics and the Political. Routledge-Cavendish: Birkbeck Law Press. 2012
  • Douzinas, Costas (with Conor Gearty) eds. The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights Law, Cambridge University Press, November 2012.
  • Hanafin, P. (with Rosi Braidotti and Bolette Blaagaard), After Cosmopolitanism (Routledge 2012)
  • S.Motha (2012) (with R. Buchanan and S. Pahuja) Reading Modern Law: Critical Methodologies and Sovereign Formations (Routledge)
  • S. Xenakis (with Cheliotis, L.K.)(eds) Crime and Punishment in Contemporary Greece: International Comparative Perspectives. Oxford: Peter Lang AG, 2011 [635 pp.]. Reviewed in: Prison Service Journal 204 (2012): 58; Journal of Modern Greek Studies 31,1(2013): 159-161.

Chapters in Edited Collections

  • Aristodemou, Maria. ’Three close ups in search of truth: law, cinema, psychoanalysis’ in Reading The Legal Case: Cross-Currents between Law and the Humanities, edited by Marco Wan. Routledge 2012.
  • Bill Bowring, 'Russian legislation in the area of minority rights', in Oleh Protsyk and Benedikt Harzl eds, Managing Ethnic Diversity in Russia, Routledge 2012, Chapter 1, pp.15-36
  • Diamantides, M. (2012) ‘God’s Political Power in Western and Eastern Christianity ’. Divus Thomas 115 (2), pp. 333-381. ISSN 0012-4257.
  • Douzinas, Costas ’The Metaphysics of Cosmopolitanism’ in Rosi Braidotti, Patrick Hanafin and Bolette Blaagaard eds, After Cosmopolitanism, Routledge 2012
  • Douzinas, C. ’The poverty of (rights) jurisprudence’, in Conor Gearty and Costas Douzinas, The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights Law, Cambridge University Press (2012).
  • Douzinas, C. ’Stasis Syntagma: the names and types of resistance’, in Stone, Wall and Douzinas, New Critical Legal Thinking: Law and the Political (Routledge) 2012.
  • Fitzpatrick, Peter. ‘Surpassing Sovereignty’ in Julie Evans, Ann Genovese, Alexander Reilly, and Patrick Wolfe eds Sovereignty Frontiers of Possibility, University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu, 2012, chapter 9.
  • Fitzpatrick, P. 'Imperial Ends', in Amy Swiffen and Joshua Nichols eds, End(s) of History: Questioning the Stakes of Historical Reason, Routledge, Abingdon, 2012. pp.44-63.
  • Fitzpatrick, Peter. Foucualt’s Other Law in Ben Golder (ed) Foucault: Law, Government and Rights (Routledge, 2012)
  • Fitzpatrick, Peter.  ‘Reading Foucault on the Laws of Death’; in Michel Foucault: Law, Government, Rights, Ben Golder (ed) (Routledge, 2012)
  • Fitzpatrick, P. Reading slowly: the law of literature and the literature of law, in Ruth Buchanan, Stewart Motha and Sundhya Pahuja eds Reading Modern Law: Critical Methodologies and Sovereign Formations, (Abingdon: Routledge2012)
  • (2012) Fitzpatrick, Peter ‘Foucault’s other law’ in Ben Golder ed Re-reading Foucault: On Law, Power and Rights (Abingdon: Routledge), 39-63.
  • Guardiola-Rivera, O. Notes for a Novella of the Future, in Stone M, I. Wall and C. Douzinas, New Critical Legal Thinking. Law and Political, Routledge July 2012
  • Hanafin, Patrick 'A Cosmopolitics of Singularities: Rights and the Thinking of Other Worlds’, in Rosi Braidotti, Patrick Hanafin and Bolette Blaagaard eds, After Cosmopolitanism, Routledge 2012
  • Hough, M. (with Roberts, J. V.) (2012) ‘Public Knowledge and Opinion, Crime, and Criminal Justice’, in (eds, Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Reiner, R.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hough, M. (with Jackson, J., Bradford, B. and Murray, K.) (2012) ‘Compliance with the law and policing by consent: notes on police and legal legitimacy’, in, eds Crawford, A and Hucklesby, A., Legitimacy and Compliance in Criminal Justice. London: Routledge.
  • Hough, M. (with Roberts, J. V. and Feilzer, M.)  (2012) ‘Measuring Public Attitudes to Criminal Justice’ in Gadd, D., Karstedt, S. and Messner, S. (eds.), Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods. London: Sage Publications.
  • Loizidou, E. ‘Lauren Berlant the Americanist, Comparative Literary Theorist and Cynical Philosopher’ in M. Groden, M. Kreiswirth, and I. Szeman, The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism (Baltimore John Hopkins University Press, 2012)
  • Loizidou, E. ‘Before the Law Encounters at the Bordeline’ in M. Stone, I.R.Wall and C.Douzinas (eds) New Critical Legal Thinking: Law and the Political (London, Birkbeck Law Press, 2012)
  • Macmillan, Fiona. 'Rights, Culture, Property: In Search of a New Design for Intellectual Space', in H Porsdam & T Elholm (eds), Dialogues on Justice: European Perspectives on Law and Humanities (Berlin: DeGruyter) March 2012
  • Macmillan, F. 'Finding space in the margins? Recognising rights of indigenous peoples in the WTO’ Christoph B. Graber. Karolina Kuprecht, Jessica C. Lai (eds), International Trade in Indigenous Cultural Heritage. Abington: Edward Elgar, 2012.
  • Macmillan, F., (2012) "The World Trade Organization and Fitzpatrick’s ‘new constitutionalism’", in R. Buchanan, S. Motha and S. Pahuja, eds. Reading Modern Law: Critical Methodologies and Sovereign Formations (Routledge)
  • Moran, Leslie ‘Every picture speaks a thousand words: visualising judicial authority in the press’, in Intersections of Law and Culture eds Priska Gisler, Sara Steinert Borella and Caroline Wiedmer, Palgrave Macmillan, (2012)
  • Weait, M. (2012) ‘Criminal law: teaching criminal law from a trial perspective’ pp 161-182 in Hunter, C. (ed.) Integrating Socio-Legal Studies into the Law Curriculum, Basingstoke; Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Xenakis, S. (2012) ‘Corruption and Organised Crime in the UK’, in P. Gounev and V. Ruggiero (eds) Corruption and Organised Crime in Europe: Illegal Partnerships, pp. 189-200. London: Routledge.
  • Zartaloudis, Thanos. ‘The Making of Legal Cases and the Idea of Precedent in the Common Law’, in Marco Wan (ed) Reading the Legal Case: Cross-currents between Law and the Humanities [Routledge], April 2012


  • Bellido, Jose, 'Looking Right - the art of visual literacy in English copyright litigation', Law, Culture, and the Humanities (special issue 'visual persuasions', 2012)
  • Bellido, J. Sainz de Andino: consejos y reformas sobre propiedad literaria (1845-1850) Revista de Propiedad Intelectual, 2012, pp. 65-80
  • Bowring, Bill  (2012): Human rights and public education, Cambridge Journal of Education, 42:1, 53-65
  • Bowring, Bill (2012) 'Minority rights in post-war Iraq: an impending catastrophe?'  International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies 5:3, pp.319-355 ISSN 1751-2867 (special issue “Human Rights and Modern Iraq” edited by John Strawson and Barry Collins)
  • Bowring, Bill (2012) 'What reparation does a torture survivor obtain from international litigation? Critical reflections on practice at the Strasbourg Court'  The International Journal of Human Rights 16:5, pp. 755–772 – in production - ISSN 1364-2987
  • Bowring, Bill (2012): 'Law in a Linguistic Battlefield: The Language of the New State Versus the "Language of the Oppressors" in Ukraine'. Language & Law, Vol. 1 at
  • Diamantides, Marinos. ’God’s Political Power in Western and Eastern Christianity in Comparative Perspective’, Divus Thomas, November issue 2012.
  • Diamantides, Marinos.’On and Out of Revolution: Between Public Law and Religion’ Law, Culture and The Humanities June 2012,  8(2).
  • Diamantides, Marinos (2012) 'Constitutional Theory and its Limits – Reflections on Comparative Political Theologies Law', Culture and the Humanities (2012)
  • Douzinas, Costas. ’History Trials: Notes on Law, History, and Time’, in Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol. 8 (December 2012)
  • Douzinas, Costas. ’The paradoxes of human rights’, Constellations 2012 Vol 19, issue 2.
  • Gearey, A. (2012) “W.E.B. Du Bois’ Ambiguous Politics of Liberation” Columbia Journal of Race and Law (1), pp. 265-272.
  • Guardiola-Rivera, O. Notes after the end of the world: freedom. Common will and decolonisation, MODERNITY: Journal of Peripheral Cultural Production of the Luso-Hispanic World 1 (3), pp. 105-119. ISSN 2154-1361.
  • Hough, M. (2012 in press) ‘Procedural justice and professional policing in times of austerity’, Criminology and Criminal Justice.
  • Hough, M. (2012) Researching trust in the police and trust in justice: A UK perspective, Policing and Society 22/3: 332-345.
  • Hough, M. (with Roberts, J. V., Jackson, J and Gerber, M.) (2012) Out of Touch? Public Attitudes toward the Magistracy, Sentencing Guidelines and Criminal Punishment, British Journal of Criminology,  June 2012.
  • Hough, M. (with Jackson, J., Bradford, B., Myhill, A., Quinton, P., and Tyler, Tom R.) (2012) ‘Why do People Comply with the Law? Legitimacy and the Influence of Legal Institutions’, British Journal of Criminology, Advanced access, 9 August.
  • Loizidou, E. ‘Parallel Lives’, Journal of Law and the Humanities (Forthcoming 2012).
  • Monk, Daniel. 'E M Forster’s will: an overlooked posthumous publication' (2012) Legal Studies 2012 DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-121X.2012.00264.x
  • Motha, Stewart (2012), 'The Debt Crisis as Crisis of Democracy', Law, Culture and the Humanities 8: 390-397 DOI: 10.1177/1743872112438033
  • S. Motha (2012) ‘Colonial Sovereignty, Forms of Life, and Liminal Beings in South Africa’ in Marcello Svirsky and Simone Bignall (eds.) Agamben and Colonialism (Edinburgh University Press).
  • Tuitt, Patricia (2012) 'Used Up and Misused: The Nation State, the European Union and the Insistent Presence of the Colonial', Colum. J. Race & Law, 1/3 (2012), 490-499
  • Weait, M. (with Rodger, A., Phillips, A. Bruun, T., Vernazza, P., Collins, S. Estrada, V., Van Lunzen, J., Corbelli, G.M. and Lundgren, J.) (2012) ‘Partners of people on ART - a New Evaluation of the Risks (The PARTNER study): design and methods’, BMC Public Health 2012, 12:296.
  • Xenakis, S. (2012) ‘A New Dawn? Change and Continuity in Political Violence in Greece’, Terrorism and Political Violence 24(3): 437-464.
  • Zartaloudis, Thanos (2012 forthcoming), ’Theories Of Origin As To The Progenitor Of The Trust: The Invention Of The Uses And The Franciscan Influence In England’ in Divus Thomas.


  • Jackson, J., Hough, M., Bradford, B., Hohl, K. and Kuha, J. (2012) Policing by consent: UK evidence on legitimate power and influence. ESS Country Specific Topline Results Series Issue 1. London: City University.
  • Hough, M., Bradford, B., Jackson, J. and Roberts, J. V. (2012 in press) Attitudes to Crime and Trust in Justice: Findings from the Crime Survey for England and Wales. London: Ministry of Justice.