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Stephen A. Conrad
Professor of Law
  1. James Wilson, in THE YALE BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN LAW (Roger K. Newman, Ed.). New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2009.

  2. Citizenship in BERKSHIRE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WORLD HISTORY (William Hardy McNeill and Jerry H. Bentley, Eds.). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 2005.

  3. James Wilson in OXFORD DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY: IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE BRITISH ACADEMY: FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE YEAR 2000 (H.C.G. Matthew and Brian Howard Harrison, Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

  4. James Wilson, in THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE ENLIGHTENMENT (Alan Charles Kors, Ed.). New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

  5. Citizenship, in THE OXFORD COMPANION TO AMERICAN LAW (Kermit Hall and David Scott Clark, Eds.). New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.

  6. Teaching Law After September 11th, 9 IDEAS: THE MAGAZINE OF THE NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER 47 (2002).

  7. The Rhetorical Constitution of “Civil Society” at the Founding: One Lawyer’s Anxious Vision, 72 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 335 (1997).

  8. James Wilson, in A COMPANION TO AMERICAN THOUGHT (Richard W. Fox and James T. Kloppenberg, Eds.). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1995.

  9. Putting Rights Talk in its Place: The Summary View Revisited, in JEFFERSONIAN LEGACIES (Peter S. Onuf, Ed.). Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1993.
  10. Some Problems with “Origins,” 16 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY LAW JOURNAL 233 (1992).

  11. Review Essay. L’Esprit de Holmes, Novick, Honorable Justice: The Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes and Baker, L., The Justice from Beacon Hill: The Life and Times of Oliver Wendell Holmes, 67 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 753 (1992).

  12. James Wilson, in OXFORD COMPANION TO THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES (Kermit Hall, Ed.). New York: Oxford University Press, 1991.

  13. James Wilson, in BLACKWELL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (Jack P. Greene and J.R. Pole, Eds.). Cambridge: Blackwell Reference, 1991.

  14. Book Review. Ball and Popcock (Eds.), Conceptual Change and the Constitution, 7 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 197 (1990).

  15. James Wilson’s “Assimilation of the Common Law Mind”, 84 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 186 (1989).

  16. Book Review. Pocock, The Ancient Constitution and Feudal Law: A Study of English Historical Thought in the Seventeenth Century--A Reissue with a Retrospect, 11 HISTORY OF EUROPEAN IDEAS 117 (1989).

  17. Book Review. Cohler, Montesquieu’s Comparative Politics and the Spirit of American Constitutionalism, 9 JOURNAL OF THE EARLY REPUBLIC 249 (1989).

  18. Metaphor and Imagination in James Wilson’s Theory of Federal Union, 13 LAW & SOCIAL INQUIRY 1 (1988).

  19. Book Review. Reid, Constitutional History of the American Revolution: The Authority of Rights, and Constitutional History of the American Revolution: The Authority to Tax, 45 WILLIAM & MARY QUARTERLY 775 (1988).

  20. Review Essay. The Constitutionalism of the “Common-Law Mind”, Reid, J.P., Constitutional History of the American Revolution: Vol 1, The Authority of Rights and Greene, J.P., Peripheries and Center: Constitutional Development in the Extended Polities of the British Empire and the United States, 13 LAW AND SOCIAL INQUIRY 619 (1988).

  21. Book Review. Aberdeen and the Enlightenment: Proceedings of a Conference Held at the University of Aberdeen, 2 EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SCOTLAND 18 (1988).

  22. CITIZENSHIP AND COMMON SENSE: THE PROBLEM OF AUTHORITY IN THE SOCIAL BACKGROUND AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY OF THE WISE CLUB OF ABERDEEN. New York: Garland Publishing, 1987.

  23. Book Review. Pocock, Virtue, Commerce and History: Essays on Political Thought and History, Chiefly in the Eighteenth Century, 5 LAW AND HISTORY REVIEW 286 (1987).

  24. Book Review. Macedo, The New Right v. the Constitution, and Jacobsohn, The Supreme Court and the Decline of Constitutional Aspiration, 4 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY 383 (1987).

  25. Polite Foundation: Citizenship and Common Sense in James Wilson’s Republican Theory, 1984 SUPREME COURT REVIEW 359.