The following publications were written by IRJ staff and partners as part of the Institute’s ongoing work:

Pierce, Glenn L., Michael L Radelet and Susan Sharp. 2017.  Race and Death Sentencing for Oklahoma Homicides, 1990-2012, Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, Volume 107, Issue 4.

Pierce, Glenn L., Michael L. Radelet, Chad Posick and Tim Lyman. 2014. Race and the Construction of Evidence in Homicide Cases. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 39, 771–786.

Bobo, L. (2015). Deadly Injustice: Trayvon Martin, Race, and the Criminal Justice System (Johnson D., Warren P., & Farrell A., Eds.). NYU Press.

Radelet, Michael L., Glenn L. Pierce. September 2011. Race and Death Sentencing in North Carolina, 1980-2007. North Carolina Law Review, 89(2), 2120 – 2160.

Pierce, Glenn L. and Michael L. Radelet. Winter 2011. Death Sentencing in East Baton Rouge Parish, 1990–2008. Louisiana Law Review, 71(2), 647 – 673.

Pierce, Glenn L. and Michael L. Radelet. Spring 2007. Monitoring Death Sentencing Decisions: Challenges and Barriers to Equity. Human Rights, American Bar Association, 34 (2). State reports prepared for the American Bar Association’s, Death Penalty Moratorium Implementation Project

Pierce, Glenn L. and Michael L. Radelet. 2005. The Impact of Legally Inappropriate Factors on Death Sentencing for California Homicides, 1990-99. Santa Clara Law Review, 46, 1-47.

Radelet, Michael L. and Glenn L. Pierce. Spring 2002.  Race, Region, and Death Sentencing in Illinois, 1988-1997. Oregon Law Review, 81(1), 39-96.

Geoff Ward. Applying Black Studies: Toward a Strategic Engagement with Practice-Oriented Disciplines. Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society. vol. 6, no. 3-4. (2004).

Amy Farrell. Measuring Judicial and Prosecutorial Discretion: Sex and Race Disparities in Departures from the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Justice Research and Policy. vol. 6(2): 45-78. (2004).

Amy Farrell, Jana Rumminger, Jack McDevitt. New Challenges in Confronting Racial Profiling in the 21st Century: Learning from Research and Practice. Gideon Project of the Open Society Institute (December 01, 2005).

James Nolan III, Jack McDevitt, Shea Cronin, Amy Farrell. Learning to See Hate Crimes: A Framework for Understanding and Clarifying Ambiguities in Bias Crime Classification. Criminal Justice Studies. vol. 17, no. 1 (2004).

Michael Buerger and Amy Farrell. The Evidence of Racial Profiling: Differing Interpretations of Documented and Unofficial Sources. Police Quarterly. 5(3) 272-305 (2002).

Jack McDevitt and Amy Farrell. Moving Police and Community Dialogues Forward through Data Collection Task Forces. Police Quarterly. 5(3) 359-380 (2002).