GU Faculty Publications


Braune, J. (2019). Void and idol: a critical theory analysis of the neo-fascist “alt-right.” Journal of Hate Studies15(1), 11-37. Access Publication Online

Braune, J. (2019). Who’s Afraid of the Frankfurt School? “Cultural Marxism” as an Antisemitic Conspiracy. Journal of Social Justice, 9,Access Publication Online

Calafell, B. M. (2017). Brown Queer Bodies. Qualitative Inquiry23(7), 511–512. Access Publication Online

Click, M. A. (2019). Anti- Fandom: Dislike and Hate in the Digital Age. New York University Press. Access Publication Online

Click, M. A., Holladay, H. W., Lee, H., & Kristiansen, L. J. (2014). “Let’s hug it out, bitch”: HBO’s Entourage, Masculinity in Crisis, and the Value of Audience Studies. Television & New Media16(5), 403–421. Access Publication Online

Click, M. A., Miller, B., Behm-Morawitz, E., & Aubrey, J. S. (2015). Twi-dudes and twi-guys. Men and Masculinities19(3), 219–239. Access Publication Online

Critchlow. G. (2007). Stopping Genocide Through International Agreement When the Security Council Fails to Act, Georgetown Journal of International Law. 40 (2). 311-344. Access Publication Online

Critchow, G. (2006). Where do universal human rights begin?. Journal of Hate Studies, 5 (1), 7-14.  Access Publication Online

Critchow. G., Anderson, M. (2020). The Lifter and the Lawyer. A Story of Punishment, Penitence, and Privilege. ISBN: 9781725278370. Access Publication Online

‌Cunningham, C. M., & Crandall, H. M. (2019). Learning the Language of Justice Through Play. Journal of Hate Studies15(1), 183-202. Access Publication Online

Donnelly, R. C. (2011). Dark rose: Organized Crime and Corruption in Portland. Settle : University of Washington Press. Access Publication Online

Dunn, S. (2013). Islamophobia, hateful speech, and the need to practice democratic virtues. Journal of Hate Studies, 11(1), 29. Access Publication Online

Dunn, S. (2015). Striving in the path of god: Jihad and martyrdom in Islamic thought. By Asma Afsaruddin. Journal of the American Academy of Religion83(3), 881–883.Access Publication OnlineThrough GU Foley Library

Dunn, S. (2016). Gender, violence and social justice in Islam: Muslim feminist scholars in the public eye. Journal of Law and Religion31(3), 293–305. Access Publication Online

Eastwood, M. (2007). What is genocide? Journal of Hate Studies, 6 (1), 129-131.  Access Publication Online

Eguchi, S., Calafell, B. M., & Files-Thompson, N. (2014). Intersectionality and quare theory: fantasizing African American male same-sex relationships in Noah’s Arc: Jumping the broom. Communication, Culture & Critique7(3), 371–389. Access Publication Online

Emon, A, Aheme, R., & Dunn, S. (2018). Islamic law and human right. In the Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law: Oxford University Press. Access Publication Online/Through GU Foley Library

Eppinga, J. (2006). Shining the spotlight on injustice: An interview with Morris Dees. Journal of Hate Studies, 5(1), 119-123.Access Publication Online

Eppinga, J. (2007). Divided by gender: An interview Swith Jane Elliott. Journal of Hate Studies, 6(1), 117-122.  Access Publication Online

Eppinga, J. (2009). From hatred to compassion: An interview with Thupten Phelgye. Journal of Hate Studies, 7(1), 99-102. Access Publication Online

Eppinga, J. (2010). Forgiveness: The key to self-healing-An Interview with Eva Mozes-Kor. Journal of Hate Studies, 8(1), 133-141. Access Publication Online

‌Eppinga, J. (2011). ‘The antidote to hate is success’: an interview with Izzedine Abuelaish. Journal of Hate Studies9(1), 237-243. Access Publication Online

Gambrell, K., Martin, A., & Mungaray, K. R. (2019). Following the 2016 residential election: positive and negative mood affect and the impetus towards activism. Journal of Hate Studies14(1), 153.Access Publication Online

Gillmer, J. (2007). Poor whites, benevolent masters, and the ideologies of slavery: The local trial of a slave accused of rape. North Carolina Law Review85 (2), 489-570.Access Publication Online

Gillmer, J. (2008). Base wretches and black wenches: A story of sex and race, violence and compassion, during slavery times. Alabama Law Review59. 1501-1554.Access Publication OnlineThrough GU Foley Library

Gillmer, J. (2010). Lawyers and slaves: A remarkable case of representation from the antebellum south. University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review1, 37- 65.Access Publication Online

Gillmer, J. (2010). Race, blood, and what the alligator knows: A review of what blood won’t tell. Southern California Law Review83, 425-440.  Access Publication Online

Gillmer, J. (2011). Crimes of passion: The regulation of interracial sex in Washington, 1855-1950. Gonzaga Law Review, 47(2) 393- 428.Access Publication Online

Gillmer, J. (2017). Shades of gray: The life and times of a free family of color on the Texas frontier. Law & inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice29(1), 33 -105.Access Publication Online

Gollmer, J. (2004). Suing for freedom: Interracial sex, slave law, and racial identity in the post-revolutionary and antebellum south. North Carolina Law Review, 82(2). 537-619.Access Publication Online

Hoover, K. F. (2020). Countering Hate: Leadership Cases for Change. Kendall Hunt. ISBN: 978-1-7924-6047;978172460036.  Access Publication Online

Holland, B. (2001). Using Excited Utterances to Prosecute Domestic Violence in New York: The Door Opens Wide, or Just a Crack? Cardozo Women’ s LJ, 8. 171. Access Publication Online

Holland, B. (20011). Race and ambivalent criminal procedure remedies. Gonzaga Law Review. 47. 341. Access Publication Online

Holland, B. (2010). Racial profiling and a punitive exclusionary rule. Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review. 20. 29. Access Publication Online

Loroz, P.S., Loroz, Pepper, M.B. (2012). Hate Studies in Business: A Course on Recognizing and Combating the Ways Business Organizations Exert Violence on Individuals, Families, and Society. In C. Wankel, A. S. Stanchowicz- Stanusch (Eds), Handbook of Research on Teaching Ethics in Business and Management Education (pp. 253-273).  Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Access Publication Online

Maucione, J. (2017). The revelatory racial politics of the sopranos: Black and brown bodies as props and backdrop to the normalization of whiteness. In S. E. Weissinger, E. Watson, D. A. Mack (Eds). Violence against black bodies: An intersectional analysis of how black lives continue to matter (pp. 127-144). New York: Routledge. Access Publication OnlineThrough GU Foley Library

Maucione, J. (2017).  Teaching literary cartographies of race, space, place, and displacement. In R. Tally (Ed). Teaching space, place, and literature (pp. 49-57). London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Access Publication Online

McPhail, B. & Jenness, V. (2005). To charge or not to charge? That is the question: The pursuit of strategic advantage in prosecutional decision-making surrounding hate crime. Journal of Hate Studies, 4 (1), 89-119. Access Publication Online

Mohr, J. M. (2007). Hate studies through a constructivist and critical pedagogical approach. Journal of Hate Studies, 6(1), 65-80. Access Publication Online

Mohr, J. M. (2009).  Oppression by scientific method: The use of science to "other" sexual minorities. Journal of Hate Studies, 7(1), 21-42. Access Publication Online

Pepper, M.B., Leithauser, A., Loroz, P.S., & Steverson, B. (2012). Responding to Hate Speech on Social Media: A Class Leads a Student Movement. Int. J. Cyber Ethics Educ., 2, 45-54. Access Publication Online

Rahimiyan, O. R. (2010). My homeland, my diaspora: Iranian Jewish identity in modern times. Journal of Hate Studies, 8(1), 53-86. Access Publication Online

‌Rorholm, M., & Gambrell, K. (2019). The pink triangle as an interruptive symbol. Journal of Hate Studies15(1), 63-81. Access Publication Online

‌Shepard, J. (2011). In memoriam: Eva Lassman. Journal of Hate Studies9(1), Access Publication Online

Simpon, S. (2012/13). The Elusive Quest for Equality: Women, Work, and the Next Wave of Humanism. Gonzaga Law Review, 48 (2), 279-305. Access Publication Online

Tan, A., Tan, G., Avdeyeva, T., Crandall, H., Fukushi, Y., Nyandwi, A., Chin, H., & Wu, C. (2001). Changing negative racial stereotypes: The influence of normative peer information. Howard Journal of Communications, 12(3), 171-180. Access Publication Online

Thweatt, E. (2002). Bibliography of hate studies materials. Journal of Hate Studies, 1(1), 167-239. Access Publication Online

Wassmuth, B. & Bryant, M. J. (2002). Not in our world: A perspective of community organizing against hate. Journal of Hate Studies, 1(1), 109-131. Access Publication Online

Weatherby, G. A.  & Scroggins, B. (2005). A content analysis of persuasion techniques used on white supremacist websites. Journal of Hate Studies, 4(1), 9-31. Access Publication Online

Yousuf, S., & Calafell, B. (2018). The imperative for examining anti-Muslim racism in rhetorical studies. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies15(4), 312–318.Access Publication OnlineThrough Foley Library

Zammarchi, E. (2020). ‘If I see a black dot, I shoot it on sight!’: Italian rap between anti- and neo-fascisms. Global Hip Hop Studies1(2), 293-312. Access Publication Online