Readership: Readers of the Nation, Newsweek, The New York Times; general readers interested in race and politics in America, students and professors of law, especially civil rights law and constitutional law.
Martha Minow, Dean and Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Martha Minow is Dean and Jeremiah Smith, Jr., Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where she has taught since 1981. She is an expert in human rights and advocacy for members of racial and religious minorities, women, children, and persons with disabilities. Her prior books include Government by Contract; Just Schools; Breaking the Cycles of Hatred; Partners, Not Rivals; Between Vengeance and Forgiveness; Not Only for Myself; and Making All the Difference.
1. What Brown Awakened
2. Expanding Promise, Debated Means: Separate and Integrated Schooling for Immigrants, English-language Learners, Girls, and Boys
3. Making Waves: Schooling and Disability, Sexual Orientation, Religion, and Economic Class
4. Reverberations for American Indians, Native Hawai'ians, and Group Rights
5. School Choice and Choice Schools: Resisting, Realizing, or Replacing Brown?
6. In Brown's Path: Social Contact and Integration Revisited
7. On Other Shores: When is "Separate Inherently Unequal"?