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A Context for Gaza, The Harvard Crimson (February 2, 2009) [weblink]

A Conversation with Duncan Kennedy, by Gerard Clark, 24 The Advocate, The Suffolk University Law School Journal 2 (1994)

A Critique of Adjudication [fin de siècle] (Harvard University Press, 1997)

A Cultural Pluralist Case for Affirmative Action in Legal Academia, 1990 Duke L.J. 706 [also in Sexy Dressing, Etc.]

A Left Phenomenological Alternative to the Hart/Kelsen Theory of Legal Interpretation, in Duncan Kennedy, Legal Reasoning, Collected Essays (The Davies Book Publishers, Aurora CO, 2008)

A Semiotics of Critique, 22 Cardozo L. Rev. 1147 (2001)

A Semiotics of Legal Argument, 42 Syracuse L. Rev. 75 (1991) [also in Legal Reasoning, Collected Essays]

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African Poverty, 87 Wash. L. Rev. 205 (2012)

American Constitutionalism as Civil Religion: Notes of an Atheist, 19 Nova L. Rev. 909 (1995)

  • Spanish translation: Izquierda y derecho: Ensayos de teoría jurídica crítica, Siglo XXI, Buenos Aires 2010

An Interview with Duncan Kennedy, by Christine Kuta, 5 Bimonthly Review of Law Books (no. 3, May-June 1994, and no. 4, July-August 1994))

Antonio Gramsci and the Legal System, 6 ALSA Forum, No. 1, p. 32 (1982)

Are Lawyers Really Necessary?, magazine interview, 14 Barrister, no. 4, p. 10 (Fall 1987)

Are Property and Contract Efficient?, 8 Hofstra L. Rev. 711 (1980), with Frank Michelman

Boola! Social Text no. 49 (Winter 1996), p. 31

California (fiction), The New Yorker, March 17, 1973

Commentary on Anti-Eviction and Development in the Global South, in Lucie White and Jeremy Perelman, eds., Stones of Hope. How African Activists Reclaim Human Rights to Challenge Global Poverty (Stanford Univ. Press 2010)

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Debtor Protection Rules in Subprime Market Default Situations, in Eric Belsky and Nicolas Retsinas, eds., Building Assets, Building Credit (Brookings Institution Press 2005)

Cost-Benefit Analysis of Entitlement Problems: A Critique, 33 Stan. L. Rev. 387 (1981)

Cost-Reduction Theory as Legitimation, 90 Yale L. J. 1275 (1981)

Critical Labor Law Theory: A Comment, 4 Industrial Relations L.J. 503 (1981)

Critical Legal Studies: Duncan Kennedy, in James Hackney, ed., Legal Intellectuals in Conversation (NYU Press, 2012)

Critical Legal Theory, in Law and the Arts, Susan Tiefenbrun, ed., Hofstra University (Greenwood Press, 1999)

Distributive and Paternalist Motives in Contract and Tort Law, with Special Reference to Compulsory Terms and Unequal Bargaining Power, 41 Maryland L. Rev. 563 (1982)

Éloge de Duncan Kennedy, par Christophe Jamin, et Réponse de Duncan Kennedy, in Remise d'un doctorat honoris causa à Duncan Kennedy, Petites Affiches, La Loi, Le Quotidien Juridique (Lextenso éditions, 27 décembre 2011)

Entretien avec Duncan Kennedy, par Mikhail Xifaras, as the introduction to Sexy Dressing, Violences sexuelles et érotisation de la domination (Paris: Flammarion, 2008), the French translation of the article Sexual Abuse, Sexy Dressing and the Eroticization of Domination, 26 New England L. Rev. 1309 (1992)

European Introduction: Four Objections, in Derrida and Legal Philosophy, edited by Peter Goodrich, Florian Hoffman, Michel Rosenfeld and Cornelia Vismann (Palgrave MacMillan, Great Britain, 2008)

First Year Law Teaching as Political Action, 1 Law & Social Problems 47 (1980)

Form & Substance in Private Law Adjudication, 89 Harv. L. Rev. 1685 (1976)

François Gény aux États-Unis, in François Gény, Mythe et Realites 1899-1999 Centenaire de Methode d’Interpretation et Sources en Droit Prive Positif, Essai Critique (Claude Thomasset, Jacques Vanderlinden & Philippe Jestaz, eds., Editions Yvon Blais, Montreal, 2000), with Marie Claire Belleau

Freedom & Constraint in Adjudication: A Critical Phenomenology, 36 J. Leg. Ed. 518 (1986) [also in Legal Reasoning, Collected Essays]

From the Will Theory to the Principle of Private Autonomy: Lon Fuller’s Consideration and Form, 100 Columbia L. Rev. 94 (2000)

How the Law School Fails: A Polemic, 1 Yale Rev. of Law & Social Action 71 (1970)

Interview with Duncan Kennedy, Harvard Law School, Cambridge MA (USA), May 2008 (by Mauro Zamboni), 32 REFTÆRD Årgång, no. 2/125 (2009)

Introduction to Symposium on Dismantling Hierarches in Legal Education, 73 UMKC L. Rev. 231 (2004)

Introduction and Afterword to the republication of Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy, A Polemic Against the System, A Critical Edition (NYU Press, Critical America, 2004)

Iraq: The Case for Losing, 31 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 1 (2006)

La place de René Demogue dans la généalogie de la pensée juridique contemporaine, Revue interdisciplinaire d'études juridiques, vol. 56, p. 163 (2006), with Marie Claire Belleau

Law and Economics from the Perspective of Critical Legal Studies, 2 The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law 465 (P. Newman, ed., Macmillan, New York, 1998)

Legal Economics of U.S. Low Income Housing Markets in Light of “Informality” Analysis, 4 Journal of Law in Society 71 (2002)

Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System (AFAR 1983) [also published in updated book version as Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System, A Critical Edition, with contributions from Paul Harrington, Peter Gabel [weblink], Angela Harris, Donna Maeda and Janet Halley, and with a new introduction and afterword by the author (NYU Press, Critical America 2004)]

Left Theory and Left Practice: A Memoir in the Form of a Speech, in Symposium The Past and the Future of the Legal Left— Celebrating Duncan Kennedy’s Scholarship, 5 Transnational Legal Theory 577 (2014)

Legal Education, Professional Ethics, and Mandatory Pro Bono: A Conversation with Duncan Kennedy, by Ed Baker, PRAXIS, University of Wisconsin Law School, Spring 2001 [weblink]

Legal Formalism, The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences 8634 (2001)

Legal Formality, 2 J. Leg. Stud. 351 (1973)

Liberal Values in Legal Education, 10 Nova Law Review 603 (1986)

Limited Equity Housing Cooperatives as a Mode of Privatization, in G. Alexander & G. Skapska, eds., A Fourth Way? Privatization, Property, and the Emergence of New Market Economies (Routledge, 1994), with Leopold Specht

Lizard, Nos. 1-3 (Jan. 1984)

Neither the Market nor the State: Housing Privatization Issues, in G. Alexander & G. Skapska, eds., A Fourth Way? Privatization, Property, and the Emergence of New Market Economies (Routledge, 1994)

Note sur l'histoire de Cls aux Etats-Unis, in A-J Arnaud, ed., Dictionaire Encyclopedique de Theorie et de Sociologie du Droit (2nd ed., L.G.D.J., Paris, 1993)

Pierre Schlag's The Enchantment of Reason, 57 Univ. of Miami L. Rev. 513 (2003)

Political Ideology and Comparative Law, in Mauro Bussani and Ugo Mattei, The Cambridge Companion to Comparative Law (Cambridge University Press 2012)

Politicizing the Classroom, 4 U.S.C. Review of Law and Women's Studies 81 (1995)

Psycho-Social CLS: A Comment on the Cardozo Symposium, Cardozo L. Rev. 1013 (1985)

Radical Intellectuals in American Culture and Politics, or My Talk at the Gramsci Institute, in Rethinking Marxism, Vol. 1, no. 3 (Fall 1988) [also in Sexy Dressing, Etc.]

Rationalising War, 637 Al-Ahram Weekly (8-14 May 2003) [weblink]

Rebels From Principle: Changing the Corporate Law Firm from Within, 3 Harv. L. Bulletin 36 (1981)

Remembering Keith Aoki’s Casual Legal Studies: Art During Law School, 45 UC Davis L. Rev. 1817 (2012)

Roll Over Beethoven, 36 Stan. L. Rev. 1 (1984), with Peter Gabel

Sexual Abuse, Sexy Dressing and the Eroticization of Domination, 26 New England L. Rev. 1309 (1992) [also in Sexy Dressing, Etc.]

  • Avant-propos and interview preceding translation of this article as a book under the title Sexy Dressing, Violences sexuelles et érotisation de la domination (Paris: Flammarion, 2008)

Savigny's Family/Patrimony Distinction and its Place in the Global Genealogy of Classical Legal Thought, 58 Am. J. Comp. L. 811 (2010)

Sexy Dressing, etc. (Harvard University Press, 1993)

  • Spanish translation: Abuso Sexual y Vestimenta Sexy (Siglo XXI, Buenos Aires 2016, Guillermo Moro translator)
  • Avant-propos and interview preceding translation of "Sexual Abuse, Sexy Dressing and the Eroticization of Domination" as a book under the title Sexy Dressing, Violences sexuelles et érotisation de la domination (Paris: Flammarion, 2008)

Shock and Awe Meets Market Shock: The Dangerous Mix of Economic and Military Goals in Iraq, Boston Review 28:5 (October/November 2003) [weblink]

Teaching from the Left in My Anecdotage, 31 NYU Review of Law and Social Change 449 (2007)

The Critique of Rights in Critical Legal Studies, in Brown and Halley, eds., Left Legalism/Left Critique (Duke University Press 2002)

The Disenchantment of Logically Formal Legal Rationality, or Max Weber's Sociology in the Genealogy of the Contemporary Mode of Western Legal Thought, 55 Hastings L. J. 1031 (2004)

The Effect of the Warranty of Habitability on Low Income Housing: "Milking" and Class Violence, 15 Fla. St. L. Rev. 485 (1987)

The Globalisation of Critical Discourses on Law: Thoughts on David Trubek’s Contribution, in Grainne de Burca, Claire Kilpatrick and Joanne Scott, eds., Critical Legal Perspectives on Global Governance: Liber Amicorum David M. Trubek (Hart Publishing, 2014)

The Hermeneutic of Suspicion in Contemporary American Legal Thought, 25 Law and Critique 91 (2014)

The Liberal Administrative Style, 41 Syracuse L. Rev. 801 (1990)

The Limited Equity Cooperative as a Vehicle for Affordable Housing in a Race and Class Divided Society, 46 Howard L. J. 85 (2002)

The Political Significance of the Structure of the Law School Curriculum, 14 Seton Hall Law Review 1 (1983)

The Political Stakes in “Merely Technical” Issues of Contract Law, 1 European Review of Private Law 7 (2001)

The Responsibility of Lawyers for the Justice of their Causes, 18 Texas Tech Law Review 1157 (1987)

The Rise and Fall of Classical Legal Thought, unpublished manuscript, 1975; reformatted 1998, published with a new preface by the author, "Thirty Years Later" (Washington D.C.: Beard Books, 2006)

The Role of Law in Economic Thought: Essays on the Fetishism of Commodities, 34 Amer. Univ. L. Rev. 939 (1985)

The Social Justice Element in Legal Education in the United States, The Sir Elwyn Jones Lecture, The University of Wales, March 19, 2002.

The Stages of the Decline of the Public/Private Distinction, 130 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1349 (1982)

The Stakes of Law, or Hale and Foucault!, 15 Legal Studies Forum 327 (1991) [also in Sexy Dressing, Etc.]

The Structure of Blackstone's Commentaries, 28 Buffalo L. Rev. 205 (1979)

Thirty Years Later, a preface to the published manuscript The Rise & Fall of Classical Legal Thought (Beard Books, Washington DC, 2006)

Thoughts on Coherence, Social Values and National Tradition in Private Law, in Hesselink, ed., The Politics of a European Civil Code (Kluwer Law International, Amsterdam, 2006) [also in Legal Reasoning, Collected Essays]

Three Papers on Four Boards, 1997 Utah L. Rev. 371

Three Globalizations of Law and Legal Thought: 1850-2000, in The New Law and Economic Development. A Critical Appraisal, David Trubek and Alvaro Santos, eds., (Cambridge, 2006)

  • Spanish translation: Tres globalizaciones del derecho y del pensamiento jurídico, 1850-2000 (Colección de estudios, Universidad Externado de Colombia 2015, Jorge González Jacome, translator)
  • Earlier version: Two Globalizations of Law and Legal Thought: 1850-1968, 36 Suffolk Univ. L. Rev. 631 (2003)

Toward an Historical Understanding of Legal Consciousness: The Case of Classical Legal Thought in America, 1850-1940, 3 Research in Law & Soc., Spitzer, Ed. (1980)