- Title Pages
- Part I Systemic Perspectives
- 1 The Criminal Regulatory State
- 2 Disaggregating the Criminal Regulatory State
- 3 Improve, Dynamite, or Dissolve the Criminal Regulatory State?
- 4 The Penal Pyramid
- 5 Linking Criminal Theory and Social Practice
- Part II Legal Doctrine in Principle and Practice
- 6 Canons of Evasion in Constitutional Criminal Law
- 7 Taking the Constitution Seriously?
- 8 Making Prisoner Rights Real
- Part III Getting Situated: Actors, Institutions, and Ideology
- 9 The Situated Actor and the Production of Punishment
- 10 Beyond Ferguson
- 11 Jumping Bunnies and Legal Rules
- Part IV Humanizing the Question
- 12 The Second Coming of Dignity
- 13 Dignity Is the New Legitimacy
- Part V The New (Old) Criminal Justice Thinking
- 14 “Miserology”
- About the Contributors
- The New Criminal Justice Thinking
- Sharon Dolovich, Alexandra Natapoff
- NYU Press
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