Articles, Book Chapters, & Conference Papers

Samuel Brenner, “I Am a Bit Sickened”: Examining Archetypes of Congressional War Crimes Oversight after My Lai and Abu Ghraib202 Mil. L. Rev. ??? (forthcoming).  (Mil. L. Rev. is published by The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, Charlottesville, Virginia, and is reviewed and edited by JAG attorneys.) (Link is to the version of the draft on ExpressO).

Samuel Brenner, “Negro Blood In His Veins”: The Development and Disappearance of the Doctrine of Defamation Per Se by Racial Misidentification in the American South 50 Santa Clara L. Rev. 388 (2010).  (Westlaw)

Samuel Brenner, Note, “Airbrushed Out of the Constitutional Canon”: The Evolving Understanding of Giles v. Harris, 1903-1925, 107 Mich. L. Rev. 853 (2009).

Samuel Brenner, “Protecting Colleges and Universities in the Age of Global Terror,” in Homeland Security: Protecting America's Targets (Public Places and Perception) (James J.F. Forest ed., 2006).

Book Reviews, Interviews, Encyclopedia Entries

Encyclopedia of African American History, 1896–Present: From the Age of Segregation to the 21st Century (Paul Finkelman et al eds., 2009) (Various entries).

The Encyclopedia of Slave Resistance and Rebellions (Junius P. Rodriguez, ed., 2007) (Various entries).

Samuel Brenner, Book Review, 26 Disability Stud. Q. (Summer 2006) (reviewing John Tayman, The Colony: The Harrowing True Story of the Exiles of Molokai (2006)).

The Home Front Encyclopedia: the United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II (James Ciment and Thaddeus Russell, eds. 2006) (Various entries).

Guest on National Public Radio (NPR) program Perspectives with Curt Smith, Station WXXI in Rochester, NY, discussing Dwight Eisenhower’s record in World War II, aired November 12, 2005. Details

Articles in Progress

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