Publications by Professor Munger
Professor Frank Munger
Law and Poverty. (Ashgate International Library of Essays in
Law and Society, 2006) (editor & author of introductory essay).
Rights of Inclusion: Law and Identity in the Life Stories of
Americans with Disabilities. (University of Chicago Press, 2003)
(with D. Engel).
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
“Law and Poverty,” in Encyclopedia of Law & Society
(David Clark, ed., Sage Publications, forthcoming.)
“Rights in the Shadow of Class:
Poverty, Welfare, and the Law,” Chapter 18 in The Blackwell
Companion to Law and Society at 330–353 (A. Sarat, ed.,
Blackwell Publishing, 2004).
“Dependency by Law: Welfare and
Identity in the Lives of Poor Women,” chapter in Lives in the
Law (A. Sarat, L. Douglas & M. Umphrey, eds., University of
Michigan Press, 2002).
“Mapping Law and Society,”
chapter in Crossing Boundaries: Traditions and Transformations in Law
and Society Research at 21–88 (A. Sarat, ed., Northwestern
University Press, 1998).
“Miners and Lawyers: Law Practice
and Class Conflict in Appalachia, 1872–1920,” Chapter 8 in
Lawyers in a Postmodern World: Translation and Transgression at
185–228 (M. Cain & C.B. Harrington, eds., New York University
“Movements for Court Reform: A
Preliminary View,” Chapter 4 in The Politics of Judicial
Reform at 51–67 (P.L. Dubois, ed., Lexington Books,
“Contentious Gatherings in
Lancashire, England 1750–1830,” Chapter 4 in Class
Conflict and Collective Action at 73–109 (L.A. Tilly & C.
Tilly, eds., Sage Publications, 1981).
CONFERENCE MATERIALS, MONOGRAPHS, and REPORTS
Statutory Interpretation of Federal Grants-In-Aid after
Pennhurst State Mental Hospital v. Halderman
(Legal Services Corporation Fellowship Paper Series, 1982).
Paradise Lost: Public Benefits
Litigation After Pennhurst (Legal Services Corporation
Fellowship Paper Series, 1982).
Implication of Remedies Under
Federal Grants-In-Aid (Legal Services Corporation Fellowship Paper
LAW REVIEW and OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
“Narrative, Disability, and Identity,” in
Narrative (forthcoming) (with D. Engel).
"Culture, Power, and Law: Thinking
About the Anthropology of Rights in Thailand in an Era of
Globalization" (New York Law School Faculty Presentation Day III),
51 New York Law School Law Review 817-838 (2006-2007).
“Dependency by Law: Poverty, Identity, and Welfare
Privatization,” 13 Indiana Journal of Global Legal
Studies 391-415 (2006).
“Social Citizen as ‘Guest
Worker’: A Comment on Identities of Immigrants and the Working
Poor” (New York Law School Faculty Presentation Day II), 49 New
York Law School Law Review 665–685
“Afterword: How Can We Save the
Safety Net?” (Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Program
Symposium: The New Economy and the Unraveling Social Safety Net), 69
Brooklyn Law Review 543–581 (2004).
“Beyond Welfare Reform: Can We
Build a Local Welfare State” (Symposium: Meeting Human Needs:
Examining the Social Safety Net for Working America), 44 Santa Clara
Law Review 999–1028 (2004).
Poverty, Welfare, and the Affirmative
State (Review Essay of John Gilliom’s “Overseers of the Poor:
Surveillance, Resistance, and the Limits of Privacy,” Michael B.
Katz’s “The Price of Citizenship: Redefining the American
Welfare State,” and Alice O’Connor’s “Poverty
Knowledge: Social Science, Social Policy, and the Poor in Twentieth
Century U.S. History”), 37 Law & Society Review
“Re-Interpreting the Effect of
Rights: Career Narratives and the ADA” (Symposium: Facing the
Challenges of the ADA: The First Ten Years and Beyond), 62
Ohio State Law Journal 285–333 (2001)
(with D. Engel).
“Civil Rights and Self-Concepts:
Life Stories of Law, Disability and Employment,” 35 Droit et
Culture 43 (1998) (with D. Engel).
Immanence and Identity: Understanding
Poverty Through Law and Society Research (A review of Joel
Handler’s and Yeshkel Hasenfeld’s “We the Poor People:
Work, Poverty, and Welfare”; Elizabeth Bussiere’s
“(Dis)Entitling the Poor: The Warren Court, Welfare Rights, and the
American Political Tradition”; and Herbert J. Gans’s “The
War Against the Poor: The Underclass and Anti-Poverty Policy”), 32
Law & Society Review 931–967 (1998).
“Fooling all of the People Some of
the Time: 1990s Welfare Reform and the Exploitation of American
Values,” 4 Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the
Law 3–125 (1996) (with K.A. Kost).
“Law and Inequality: Race,
Gender…and, of Course,” Class, 22 Annual Review of
Sociology 187 (1996) (with C. Seron).
“Rights, Remembrance, and the
Reconciliation of Difference,” 30 Law & Society Review
7–53 (1996) (with D. Engel). (Winner of the First Annual Law and
Society Association Article Prize in 1997.)
“Asking the Right Question,”
19 Law and Social Inquiry 605–608 (1994).
“Sociology of Law for a
Postliberal Society,” 27 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review
“Making a Commitment to Social
Change: Extending the Canon of Dispute Processing Research,” 12
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 431–445 (1992).
“Legal Resources of Striking
Miners: Notes for a Study of Class Conflict & Law,” 15
Social Science History 1–33 (1991).
Trial Courts and Social Change: the
Evolution of a Field of Study (Special Issue: Longitudinal Studies of
Trial Courts), 24 Law & Society Review 217–227
Afterword: Studying Litigation and
Social Change (Special Issue: Longitudinal Studies of Trial Courts),
24 Law & Society Review 595–615 (1990).
Review of Richard Lampert’s and
Joseph Sanders’s “Invitation to Law and Social
Science,” 12 Legal Studies Forum 89–101
“Law, Change, and Litigation: a
Critical Examination of an Empirical Research Tradition,” 22
Law & Society Review 57–101 (1988).
“Social Change and Tort
Litigation: Industrialization, Accidents, and Trial Courts in Southern
West Virginia, 1872 to 1940,” 36 Buffalo Law
Review 75–118 (1987).
“Commercial Litigation in West
Virginia State and Federal Courts 1870–1940,” 30 American
Journal of Legal History 322–349 (1986).
Review of Richard L. Abel’s
“The Politics of Informal Justice,” 90 American Journal
of Sociology 477–480 (1984).
“Critical Legal Studies Versus
Critical Legal Theory: a Comment on Method,” 6 Law &
Policy 257–297 (1984) (with C. Seron).
Review of MacFarlane “Justice and
the Mare’s Ale: Law and Disorder in Seventeenth Century
England,” 10 Journal of International History 353
“Suppression of Popular Gatherings
in England, 1800–1830,” 25 American Journal of Legal
History 111–140 (1981).
“Clinical Legal Education: the
Case Against Separatism” (Symposium: Clinical Legal Education and
the Legal Profession), 29 Cleveland State Law
Review 715–734 (1980).
“Measuring Repression of Popular
Protests by English Justices of the Peace in the Industrial
Revolution,” 11 Historical Methods 58 (1979).
“Consumer Sensitivity to Interest
Rates: An Empirical Study of New-Car Buyers and Auto Loans,” 69
Michigan Law Review 1207–1258 (1971) (with J.J.