Donald M. Jones
Professor of Law
J.D. 1976, New York University
Plessy's Ghost: Croson, Grutter and the End of the Second Reconstruction, Pepp. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2008).
Been in the Storm So Long: Katrina, Reparations and the original Understanding of the Equal Protection Clause, in Hurricane Katrina: America's Unnatural Disaster (2008).
When Victory Masks Retreat: The LSAT, Constitutional Dualism, and the End of Diversity, 80 St. John's L. Rev. 1 (2006).
Race, Sex, and Suspicion: The Myth Of The Black Male (2005).
"We Must Be Hunters of Meaning": Race, Metaphor, and the Models of Steven Winter, 67 Brook. L. Rev. 1071 (2002).
We're All Stuck Here for a While: Law and the Social Construction of the Black Male, 24 J. Contemp. L. 35 (1998).
Darkness Made Visible: Law, Metaphor and the Racial Self, in Looking Behind The Mirror: Critical White Studies 66 (Delgado and Stefancic eds., 1997) originally printed at 82 Geo. L. R. 437 (1993).
The Curse of Ham, in Looking Behind The Mirror: Critical White Studies 255 (Delgado and Stefancic eds., 1997).
No Time for Trumpets: Title VII, Equality, and the Fin de Siecle, 92 Mich. L. Rev. 2311 (1994) excerpted at F. Michael Higginbotham, Race Law: Case, Commentary, and Questions 183 (2001) and F. Michael Higginbotham, Race Law: Case, Commentary, and Questions 235 (2d ed. 2005).
07-21-13 and 07-26-13
Professor Donald Jones in "Racial stereotyping, paranoia mockingly on display in trial" and in "What is the Value of a Black Male's Life?" in The South Florida Times.