Articles

Richard Thompson Ford, Law and Borders,  64 Alabama Law Review 123 (2012).

Richard Thompson Ford, Cultural Rights Versus Civic Virtue?,  95 The Monist 151-171 (January 2012).

Richard Thompson Ford, Beyond Good and Evil in Civil Rights Law: The Case of Wal-Mart v. Dukes, 32 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 513-529 (2011).

Ralph Richard Banks and Richard Thompson Ford, (How) Does Unconscious Bias Matter? Law, Politics, and Racial Inequality, 58 Emory Law Journal 1053 (2009).

Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, Joanna Mountain, Barbara Koenig, Russ Altman, Melissa Brown, Albert Camarillo, Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Mildred Cho, Jennifer Eberhardt, Marcus Feldman, Richard Ford, Henry Greely, Roy King, Hazel Markus, Debra Satz, Matthew Snipp, Claude Steele and Peter Underhill, Open Letter – The Ethics of Characterizing Difference: Guiding Principles on using Racial Categories in Human Genetics, 9 Genome Biology art. 404 (July 2008).

Richard Thomson Ford, Political Identity as Identity Politics, 1 Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left 53 (2005).

Richard Thomson Ford, Police Don’t Fight Wars, BOSTON REVIEW, December 3, 2004.

Richard Thompson Ford, Brown’s Ghost, 117 Harvard Law Review 1305-1333 (March 2004).

Richard Thompson Ford, “Unnatural Groups: A Reacton to Owen Fiss’s “Groups and the Equal Protection Clause”" Issues in Legal Scholarship, The Origins and Fate of Antisubordination Theory (2003): Article 12. http://www.bepress.com/ils/iss2/art12

Richard Ford, Down By Law, Boston Review, p. 11-14 (Summer 2000).

Richard Thompson Ford, Law’s Territory (A History of Jurisdiction), 97 Michigan Law Review 843-930 (1999).

Richard T. Ford, Facts and Values in Pragmatism and Personhood: A Review of Margaret Jane Radin’s Reinterpreting Property, 48 Stanford Law Review 217-246 (1996).

Richard Thompson Ford, The Boundaries of Race: Political Geography in Legal Analysis, 107 Harvard Law Review 1841-1921 (1994).

Richard T. Ford, Urban Space and the Color Line: The Consequences of Demarcation and Disorientation in the Postmodern Metropolis, 9 Harvard Blackletter Journal 117-147 (1992).