Risa L. Goluboff
Risa L. Goluboff’s scholarship focuses on the history of civil rights, labor, and constitutional law in the twentieth century. Her first book, The Lost Promise of Civil Rights (2007), won the Order of the Coif Book Award and the Law and Society Association’s James Willard Hurst Prize. She is also a coeditor of Civil Rights Stories (2008) and received a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in Constitutional Studies to support her current work on the demise of vagrancy laws as part of the social transformations of the 1960s. A professor of law and history at the University of Virginia, she received its All-University Teaching Award in 2011.
- Civil Rights before Brown v. Board of Education
- Involuntary Servitude from the Civil War to World War II
- The New Constitutional History
- The Legal History of the 1960s
- Vagrancy Law and Its Downfall in the 1960s