Howard University

Lisa A. Crooms-Publications


“All man come together and said boys mus’ dead”: Hyper-heterosexuality, Afro-Jamaican Culture, and the 1997 Condom Riots, University of the West Indies, Centre for Gender and Development Studies (forthcoming 2007)

Remembering the Days of Slavery: Plantations, Reparations, and Contracts, 26 HAWAII L. REV. 405 (2004)

Race, Education, and the District of Columbia: Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of Bolling v. Sharpe, 16:2 WASHINGTON HISTORY J. 15 (2004-05)

Picturing Poverty II (1960s-present) in POVERTY IN THE UNITED STATES: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HISTORY, POLITICS, AND POLICY 544 (G. Mink & A. O’Connor, eds. 2004)

The Violence of Gender and the Gender of Violence: Law, Gender and Violence in FOR THE COMMON GOOD: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF LAW AND SOCIAL CONTROL 115 (2004)

Symposium: Critical Race Praxis: “To Establish My Legitimate Name Inside the Consciousness of Strangers”: Critical Race Praxis, Progressive Women-of-Color Theorizing, and Human Rights, 46 HOWARD L. J. 229 (2003).

The Mythical, Magical Underclass: Making the Public Private and the Private Public 5 J. GENDER, RACE & JUSTICE 87 (2001)

Intersectionality, Human Rights, and Demarginalizing Black Women in RACE, GENDER, ETHNICITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE AMERICAS: A NEW PARADIGM FOR ACTIVISM 77 (C. Romany ed. 2001)

Using a Multi-Tiered Analysis to Reconceptualize Gender-Based Violence against Women as a Matter of International Human Rights, 33 NEW ENGLAND L. REV. 881 (1999)

“Everywhere There’s War”: A Racial Realist’s Reconsideration of Hate Crimes Statutes 1 GEO. J. OF GENDER & LAW 41 (1999)

The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program and the Human Rights of Poor Single Women of Color and Their Children, WOMEN’S PROGRESS: PERSPECTIVES ON THE PAST, BLUEPRINT FOR THE FUTURE (Institute for Women’s Policy Research, 1998)

Families, Fatherlessness and Women’s Human Rights: An Analysis of the Clinton Administration’s Public Housing Policy as a Violation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, 36 BRANDEIS SCHOOL OF LAW J. OF FAMILY L. 1 (1997/98)

Symposium: U.S. Obligations under the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination: Indivisible Rights and Intersectional Identities or ”What Do Women’s Human Rights Have to Do with the Race Convention?”, 40 HOWARD L.J. 619 (1997)

Symposium: Speaking Truth to Power: The Jurisprudence of Julia Cooper Mack: Speaking Partial Truths and Preserving Power: Deconstructing White Supremacy, Patriarchy, and the Rape Corroboration Rule in the Interest of Black Liberation 40 HOWARD L.J. 459 (1997)

An Age of [Im]Possibility: Welfare Reform, Rhetoric and Poverty Book Review: JOEL F. HANDLER, THE POVERTY OF WELFARE REFORM, MARK ROBERT RANK, LIVING ON THE EDGE: THE REALITIES OF WELFARE IN AMERICA, 94 MICH. L. REV. 1953 (1996)

Stepping Into the Projects: Lawmaking, Storytelling and Practicing A Politics of Identification 1 MICH. J. OF RACE & L. 1 (1996)

Don’t Believe the Hype: Black Women, Patriarchy and the New Welfarism, 38 HOWARD L.J. 611 (1995)

Single Motherhood, the Rhetoric of Poverty and Welfare Reform: A Case of Gender Discrimination in the United States in FROM BASIC NEEDS TO BASIC RIGHTS: SHAPING THE WOMEN’S RIGHTS AGENDA FOR THE 90S AND BEYOND, The Institute for Women, Law & Development (1995)

Revised August 17, 2007