Journal Articles

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 (forthcoming July 2016), 139-149.

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

“Editorial,” 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,” African Human Rights Law Journal 14:1 (May 2014): 93-125.

Emory JLR Cover“Between 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,” 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.

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