Journal Articles

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With Monica Duffy Toft. “Progress on Freedom of Religion or Belief?: An Analysis of European and North American Parliamentary Initiatives,” Review of Faith & International Affairs, 16:4 (December 2018): 4-18.

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With Monica Duffy Toft. “Freedom of Religion Across the Commonwealth: Hard Cases, Diverse Approaches,” Review of Faith and International Affairs, 16:4 (December 2018):19-33.

Emory JLR CoverEditorial,” (to dual Symposium Issue on “The Legitimate Scope of Religious Establishment” and “The Bureaucratization of Religion in Southeast Asia”),  Journal of Law and Religion 33:2 (October 2018): 129-132.

With Hina Azam and Justin Latterell. “Editorial,” (to “State of the Field” quadrennial book review issue), Journal of Law and Religion 31:3 (November 2016): 275-278.

Emory JLR Cover‘Graceful Pillars’: Law, Religion, and the Ethics of the ‘Daughter Track,’” in Naomi Cahn and Amy Ziettlow, guest editors, “The Honor Commandment: Law, Religion, and the Challenge of Elder Care” (symposium issue) Journal of Law and Religion (2016):139-149.

Emory JLR CoverApostasy through Doubt and Dissent” (book review essay) Journal of Law and Religion 31:2 (July 2016):261-273.

Editorial,” (to Symposium Issue “Re-Thinking Religious Freedom”) Journal of Law and Religion 29:3 (October 2014): 355-357.

From Social Hostility to Social Media: Religious Pluralism, Human Rights, and Democratic Reform in Africa,” in M. Christian Green, guest editor on behalf of the African Consortium for Law and Religion Studies (ACLARS) “Law and religion in Africa: Comparative practices, experiences and prospects” (symposium issue) African Human Rights Law Journal 14:1 (May 2014): 93-125.

Emory JLR CoverBetween Blasphemy and Critique: Freedom of Religion and Freedom of Speech” (book review essay), Journal of Law and Religion 29:2 (February 2014): 176-96.

Religious and Legal Pluralism in Recent African Constitutional Reform,Journal of Law and Religion 28:2 (Spring 2013): 401-39.

Religion, Family Law, and Recognition of Identity in Nigeria,” in Symposium Issue, “Sharia, Family, and Democracy: Religious Norms and Family Law in Pluralistic Democratic States,” Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im and M. Christian Green, eds., Emory International Law Review 25:2 (2011): 945-66.

With John Witte, Jr., “Religious Freedom, Democracy, and International Human Rights,” 23:2 Emory International Law Review (2009): 583-608.

With Johan D. van der Vyver, “Law, Religion, and Human Rights in Africa: Introduction,” in Johan D. van der Vyver and M. Christian Green, guest editors, “Law, Religion, and Human Rights in Africa,” (symposium issue) African Human Rights Law Journal 8:2 (2008): 337-56.

The Matrioshka Strategy: U.S. Evasion of the Spirit of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights,” South African Journal on Human Rights 10 (1994): 357-71.