Howard University

Harold A. McDougall-Publications

Books

BLACK BALTIMORE: A NEW THEORY OF COMMUNITY (Philadelphia: Temple University Press 1993)

THE AFRICAN CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE AGE OF OBAMA: A HISTORY AND A HANDBOOK (Lulu.com, 2009)

THE STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., MONTGOMERY TO MEMPHIS, 1963-1966 (Historical Simulation, Reacting to the Past series, in progress)

Book Chapters

“Charlotte: A Company Town.” In Boundary Crossers: Case Studies of How Ten of America’s Metropolitan Regions Work, edited by Bruce Adams and John Parr. College Park, Md.: Academy of Leadership Press, 1997.

“San Antonio: A Multicultural Community.” In Boundary Crossers: Case Studies of How Ten of America’s Metropolitan Regions Work, edited by Bruce Adams and John Parr. College Park, Md.: Academy of Leadership Press, 1997.

“San Diego: Building a Bi National Knowledge Based Economy.” In Boundary Crossers: Case Studies of How Ten of America’s Metropolitan Regions Work, edited by Bruce Adams and John Parr. College Park, Md.: Academy of Leadership Press, 1997.

“Real Estate: Part X.” In Attorney’s Desk Library. Deerfield, Ill: Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1995.

“Land Reform and the Struggle for Black Liberation: From Reconstruction to Remote Claims,” in C. Geisler and F. Popper, Land Reform American Style (Rowman & Allanheld: N.J., 1984)

Articles

“Hurricane Katrina: A Story of Race, Poverty and Environmental Injustice,” 51 Howard L. J. 533 (2008)

“Civil Society and Environmental Protection: The Case of Jamaica,” 15 Penn Environmental L. Rev. 1 (2006)

“The Outer Harbor,” Baltimore Magazine, March 2006

“School Desegregation or Affirmative Action?” 44 Washburn L.J. 65 (2004)

“Constitutional Form and Civil Society: The Case of Jamaica,”16 St. Thomas L. Rev.423 (2004)

“Brown at 60: The Case for Black Reparations,” 47 Howard L. J. 863 (2004) “For Critical Race Practitioners,” 46 Howard L. J.1 (2002)

“Reflections on the Proposed Changes to the Jamaican Constitution,” U. West Indies L. J. (1999)

“The Invisible College,” Focus magazine (Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies), October, 1998

“No Multiracial Category in the Census,” FOCUS magazine (Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies), June/July 1997

“The African Family,” EMERGE magazine, October 1996)

“Lawyering and The Public Interest in the 1990’s,” 60 FORDHAM L.R. 1 (1991)

“The New Property vs. the New Community,” 24 UNIV. S.F. L. REV. 399 (1990).

“Social Movements, Law, and Public Policy: A Clinical Dimension for the New Legal Process,” 75 CORNELL LAW REV. 105 (1990)

“Jesse Jackson and the New Civil Rights Movement,” 9 MISS. COLL. L. REV. 155 (1989)

“Lawyering and Public Policy,” 38 J. LEG. EDUC. 369 (DECEMBER 1988)

“Affordable Housing in the 1990’s,” 20 MICH. J.L. REF. 727 (1988)

“Regional Contribution Agreements: Compensation for Exclusionary Zoning,” 60 TEMPLE L.Q. 665 (1987)

“From Litigation to Legislation in Exclusionary Zoning Law,” HARV. CIV. RTS. CIVIL L. L. REV. 625 (1987)

“Mt. Laurel II and the Revitalizing City,” 15 RUTGERS LAW JOURNAL, 667 (1984)

“Gentrification: The Class Struggle Over Urban Space Reaches the Courts,” 10 FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL 177 (1982)

“The Judicial Struggle Against Exclusionary Zoning—The New Jersey Paradigm,” 14 HARVARD CIV. RTS. CIV. LIB. L. REV. 625 (1980)

“Black Landowners Beware: A Proposal for Statutory Reform, 9 N.Y.U. REV. OF LAW AND SOC. CHANGE 127 (1979)

“The Case for Black Juries,” 769 YALE LAW JOURNAL 531 (1970) (Student Note)










updated: September 28, 2009