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The Penn Law faculty are engaged in a wide array of scholarship in traditional, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge areas of inquiry. This newly created section of our website, which we will continue to populate in the months ahead, gives you access and the ability to search current and earlier work.

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21 publications matched your search.

Blasphemy and Religious Liberty in Antebellum America, AM. Q. 52 (Dec. 2000).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

CONVICTIONS: MORMON POLYGAMY AND CRIMINAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY UTAH (with Kathryn Daynes, co-author, Univ. Illinois Press) (forthcoming)
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Friendship and Scholarship: A Report from the Archives (Utah State Univ. Press 2007).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Law and Everyday Death: Infanticide and the Hester Vaughn Case, in LIVES IN THE LAW (Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas & Martha Merrill Umphrey eds., Univ. of Michigan Press 2006).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Law and the Contact of Cultures, in BLACKWELL COMPANION TO THE AMERICAN WEST, William Deverell, ed. (Blackwell Publishers 2004).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Mormon Polygamy and American History (Conference on Law, Culture and the Humanities, Apr. 2002; Historical Society of Pennsylvania, June 2002).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Religion and Law, 1790-1920, in CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF AMERICAN LAW (Michael Grossberg & Christopher L. Tomlins, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2008).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Religion and Law, 1790-1920, in CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF AMERICAN LAW (Michael Grossberg & Christopher L. Tomlins, eds., Cambridge Univ. Press, 2008).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Religion, and Property, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LEGAL HISTORY (Oxford University Press, 2009).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

THE MORMON QUESTION: POLYGAMY AND CONSTITUTIONAL CONFLICT IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA (Univ. of North Carolina Press 2002).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

THE PLACE OF FAITH: RELIGION AND PROPERTY IN AMERICAN HISTORY (book?length project on property ownership by religious organizations, including conflicts over disestablishment, schism, political entities, enterprise, bankruptcy, and more) (forthcoming)
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

THE SPIRIT OF THE LAW: RELIGIOUS VOICES AND THE CONSTITUTION IN MODERN AMERICA (Harvard Univ. Press, 2010).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

The Landscape of Belief: Disestablishment and Property in the Early Republic, in MAKING LEGAL HISTORY: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF WILLIAM E. NELSON (Daniel J. Hulsebosch & Richard B. Bernstein eds., 2013). (forthcoming 2013)
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

The Liberty of Self-Degradation: Antipolygamy, Woman Suffrage and the Law of Marriage and Divorce, J. AM. HIST. 83 (December 1996), reprinted in LAW IN THE WEST (Gordon Bakken & Brenda Farrington eds., Garland Publishing, 2001).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

The Mormon Question and Race in Nineteenth Century America (presented at Mormon History Association, Tucson, May 2002).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

The Myth of American Religious Freedom, 98 J. AM. HIST. 1139 (2012) (book review).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

The New Age and the New Law: Malnak v Yogi and the Definition of Religion in Constitutional Law, in RELIGION AND LAW STORIES (Leslie Griffin, ed., Aspen Press 2010).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

The Sins of the Fathers: The Mountain Meadows Massacre in Religious History (with Jan Shipps). (forthcoming)
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

What We Owe Jehovah's Witnesses, AM. HIST., Apr. 2011, at 36.
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

Where the Action Is: Religion and Law, 18 Religion and American Culture 249 (2008).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon

“Free” Religion and “Captive” Schools: Catholics, Protestants, and School Funding at Mid-Century, 56 DEPAUL L. REV. 1177 (2007).
Author:  Sarah Barringer Gordon