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    Bhatia, Monish (2021) Migration, contested temporalities and violence in India: from border killings to National Register of Citizens and the Citizenship Amendment Act. In: Bhatia, Monish and Canning, V. (eds.) Stealing Time: Migration, Contested Temporalities and State Violence. Palgrave. ISBN 9783030698966. (In Press)

    Bhatia, Monish (2021) Racial surveillance and the mental health impacts of electronic monitoring on migrants. Race & Class 63 (1), ISSN 0306-3968. (In Press)

    Bhatia, Monish and Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2021) Introduction. [Editorial/Introduction]

    Bhatia, Monish and Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2021) Time, torture and Manus island: an interview with Behrouz Boochani and Omid Tofigian. Race & Class 62 (3), pp. 77-87. ISSN 0306-3968.

    Bhatia, Monish and Canning, V. (2021) Stealing time: contested temporalities, time and state violence. In: Bhatia, Monish and Canning, V. (eds.) Stealing Time: Migration, Contested Temporalities and State Violence. Palgrave. ISBN 9783030698966. (In Press)

    Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2021) Black lives and the state of distraction. In: Duff, K. (ed.) Abolishing the Police. Dog Section Press. (In Press)

    Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2021) Death zones, comfort zones: queering the refugee question. In: Raj, S. and Dunne, P. (eds.) The Queer Outside in Law: Recognising LGBTIQ People in the United Kingdom. Palgrave Socio-Legal Studies. Palgrave, pp. 49-78. ISBN 9783030488291.

    Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2021) Decarcerating Disability: deinstitutionalization and prison abolition (2020), by Lait Ben-Mosche. [Book Review]

    Bruce-Jones, Eddie (2021) Mental health and death in custody: The Angiolini Review. Race & Class 62 (3), pp. 7-17. ISSN 0306-3968.

    C

    Cheliotis, L.K. and Xenakis, Sappho (2021) Exploring the relationship between inequality, crime and punishment: some afterthoughts on method. In: Lacey, N. and Soskice, D. and Cheliotis, L.K. and Xenakis, Sappho (eds.) Tracing the Relationship between Inequality, Crime and Punishment: Space, Time and Politics. Proceedings of the British Academy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780197266922.

    Coggon, J. and Kong, Camillia (2021) From best interest to better interests? Values, unwisdom, and objectivity in mental capacity law. Cambridge Law Journal , ISSN 0008-1973. (In Press)

    Comparato, Guido (2021) Financial stability in private law: intersections, conflicts, choices. Common Market Law Review 58 (2), pp. 391-430. ISSN 0165-0750.

    Cooper, Penny and Mattison, M. (2021) Witness statements for the employment tribunal in England and Wales: What are the issues? Project Report. Institute for Crime and Justice Policy Research, London, UK.

    F

    Fox, Anthony and Jacobson, Jessica (2021) How well do Regulation 28 reports serve future public health and safety ? Medicine, Science and the Law , ISSN 0025-8024.

    G

    Guardiola-Reviera, Oscar (2021) The long road and the promise: Colombia's peace process as an instance of aesthetic justice. In: Fabra-Zamora, J.L. and Molina-Ochoa, A. and Doubleday, N. (eds.) The Colombian Peace Process with FARC. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780367528812. (In Press)

    Guardiola-Rivera, Oscar (2021) On the apophatic urgency of now: a future for the philosophy of liberation. In: Allen, A. and Mendieta, E. (eds.) Decolonizing Ethics: The Critical Theory of Enrique Dussel. Penn State Series in Critical Theory. Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN 9780271089553. (In Press)

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    Heard, Catherine (2021) Out of sight, out of mind? SEMINAR 738 (738), pp. 34-38.

    Heard, Catherine and Jacobson, Jessica (2021) Sentencing burglary, drug importation and murder: evidence from ten countries. Project Report. Institute for Crime & Justice Policy Research, London, UK.

    K

    Keenan, Bernard (2021) Automatic facial recognition and the intensification of police surveillance. Modern Law Review , ISSN 1468-2230. (In Press)

    Keenan, Sarah (2021) Space and belonging. In: Valverde, M. and Clarke, K.M. and Darian Smith, E. and Kotiswaran, P. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Law and Society. Routledge. ISBN 9780367234249.

    L

    Lamble, Sarah (2021) Practising everyday abolition. In: Duff, K. (ed.) Abolishing the Police. Dog Section Press. (In Press)

    Lamble, Sarah (2021) Queer theory and socio-legal studies. In: Valverde, M. and Clarke, K.M. and Darian Smith, E. and Kotiswaran, P. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Law and Society. Routledge. ISBN 9780367234249. (In Press)

    Leonelli, Giulia Claudia (2021) Judicial review of compliance with the precautionary principle from Paraquat to Blaise: “Quantitative Thresholds,” risk assessment, and the gap between regulation and regulatory implementation. German Law Journal 22 (2), pp. 184-215. ISSN 2071-8322.

    Leonelli, Giulia claudia (2021) The Post-Modern normative anxiety of Transnational Legal Studies. In: Zumbansen, P. (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Transnational Law. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780197547410. (In Press)

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    Macmillan, Fiona (2021) Intellectual property and cultural heritage: towards interdisciplinarity. In: Calboli, I. and Montagnani, M.L. (eds.) Handbook of Intellectual Property Research Lenses, Methods, and Perspectives. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198826743. (In Press)

    Menis, Susanna (2021) Covid and the penal system. British Society of Criminology Blog articles , (In Press)

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    Serisier, Tanya (2021) Breaking the silence to end the violence: 'Speaking Out' as feminist strategy. In: Killean, R. and Dowds, E. and McAlinden, A.-M. (eds.) Sexual Violence on Trial: Local and Comparative Perspectives. Routledge Studies in Crime and Society. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780367404277. (In Press)

    Serisier, Tanya (2021) Reading survivor narratives: literary criticism as feminist solidarity. In: Hewett, H. and Holland, M.K. (eds.) #MeToo and Literary Studies: Reading, Writing, and Teaching about Sexual Violence and Rape Culture. London, UK: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781501372735. (In Press)

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    Xenakis, Sappho (2021) Incapacity, pathology, or expediency? Revisiting accounts of data and analysis weaknesses underpinning international efforts to combat organised crime. Trends in Organized Crime 24 , pp. 6-22. ISSN 1084-4791.

    Xenakis, Sappho (2021) International criminology and international connectivity: reflections at a pivotal juncture. International Criminology 1 (1), ISSN 2662-9976. (In Press)

    Xenakis, Sappho and Cheliotis, L.K. (2021) The violence of inequality: race and lobbying in the politics of crime and criminal justice in the United States. In: Lacey, N. and Soskice, D. and Cheliotis, L.K. and Xenakis, S. (eds.) Tracing the Relationship between Inequality, Crime and Punishment: Space, Time and Politics. Proceedings of the British Academy. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 68-93. ISBN 9780197266922.

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