Laura Knight, The Nuremberg Trial (1946) © IWM (Art.IWM ART LD 5798)



Sendroiu, Ioana and Ron Levi. Forthcoming. “World Society Corridors: Partnership Patterns in the Spread of Human Rights.” Forthcoming, Social Forces.

Levi, Ron, Ronit Dinovitzer and Wendy Wong. 2022. “Strategic Philanthropy and International Strategies: The Ford Foundation and Investments in Law Schools and Legal Education.” Pp.79-122 in B. Garth and G. Shaffer, eds., The Globalization of Legal Education. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bigo, Didier, Afrânio Garcia, Laurent Jeanpierre, Ron Levi, Johanna Siméant-Germanos, Grégory Daho and Antoine Vauchez. 2021. “Les ficelles de l’enquête globale.” Cultures et conflits 119-120: 115-149.

Levi, Ron and Ioana Sendroiu. 2020. “Performance, Power, and Transnational Legal Ordering: Addressing Sexual Violence as a Human Rights Concern.” Pp. 333-368 in G. Shaffer and E. Aaronson, eds., The Transnational Legal Ordering of Criminal Justice. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Levi, Ron and Ioana Sendroiu. 2019. “Moral Claims and Redress after Atrocity: Economies of Worth across Political Cultures in the Holocaust Swiss Banks Litigation.” Poetics 73:45-60.

Levi, Ron. 2019. Review of The Remnants of the Rechtsstaat: An Ethnography of Nazi Law, by J. Meierhenrich. Law & Society Review 53:626-628.

Christensen, Mikkel and Ron Levi, eds. 2018. International Practices of Criminal Justice: Social and Legal Perspectives. New York: Routledge.

Christensen, Mikkel and Ron Levi. 2018. “An Internationalized Criminal Justice: Paths of Law and Paths of Police.” In M. Christensen and R. Levi, eds. Pp.1-14 in International Practices of Criminal Justice: Social and Legal Perspectives. New York: Routledge.

Wong, Wendy, Ron Levi and Julia Deutsch. 2017. “The Ford Foundation: Building and Domesticating the Field of Human Rights.” Pp. 82-100 in L. Seabrooke and L. Henriksen, eds., Professional Networks in Transnational Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Levi, Ron, Sara Dezalay and Michael Amiraslani. 2016. “Prosecutorial Practice and Strategic Statements: Justifying International Prosecutions from the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg through to the International Criminal Court.” Comparativ: Journal for Global History and Comparative Studies 26:58-73 [Slightly expanded version also published in M. Christensen and R. Levi, eds. 2018. Pp. 89-107 in International Practices of Criminal Justice: Social and Legal Perspectives. Oxon: Routledge].

Levi, Ron, John Hagan and Sara Dezalay. 2016. “International Courts in Atypical Political Environments: The Interplay of Prosecutorial Strategy, Evidence, and Court Authority in International Criminal Law.” Law and Contemporary Problems 79:289-314.

Dersnah, Megan and Ron Levi. 2016. “Human Rights Indicators and Boundaries of Accountability and Opportunity.” Pp.271-289 in T. Kahana and A. Scolnicov, eds. Boundaries of State, Boundaries of Rights: Human Rights, Private Actors, and Positive Obligations. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Levi, Ron. 2015. Review of Fallout: Nuclear Diplomacy in an Age of Global Fracture, by G. Mallard. Trajectories: Newsletter of the American Sociological Association Comparative and Historical Sociology Section 26(2):11-14.

Levi, Ron. 2014. Review of American Memories: Atrocities and the Law, by J. Savelsberg & R. King. Law & Society Review 48:703-707.

Jenson, Jane and Ron Levi. 2013. “Narratives and Regimes of Social and Human Rights: The Jackpines of the Neoliberal Era.” Pp.69-98 in Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era, edited by P. Hall & M. Lamont. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Levi, Ron and John Hagan. 2012. “Lawyers, Humanitarian Emergencies, and the Politics of Large Numbers.” Pp. 13-47 in Lawyers and the Construction of Transnational Justice, edited by Y. Dezalay & B. Garth. New York: Routledge.

Levi, Ron and John Hagan, eds., with the collaboration of Sara Dezalay. Guest editor for two special issues of Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales on Pacifier et Punir .

§  Volume 173, Pacifier et Punir: Les crimes de guerre et l’ordre juridique international (“To Bring Peace and to Punish: War Crimes and the International Juridical Order”), June 2008.

§  Volume 174, Pacifier et Punir: La force du droit international et le marché de la paix (“To Bring Peace and to Punish: The Force of International Law and the Peace Market”), September 2008.

Levi, Ron and Heather Schoenfeld. 2008. “Médiation et droit pénal international: Le façonnage des outils de poursuite des crimes de guerre.” Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 174:4-23.

Levi, Ron. 2008. Introduction to Les Roberts, “Exposé relatif au nombre de morts en Irak aux membres du Congrès américain Ron Paul et Dennis Kucinich”. Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 174:45-46.

Levi, Ron and John Hagan. 2008. “Penser les ‘Crimes de Guerre’.” Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 173:6-21.

Schoenfeld, Heather, Ron Levi and John Hagan. 2007. “Crises extrêmes et institutionnalisation du droit pénal international” (“Extreme Crises and the Institutionalization of International Criminal Law”). Critique Internationale 36(3): 37-54.

Hagan, John and Ron Levi. 2007. “Justiciability as Field Effect: When Sociology Meets Human Rights.” Sociological Forum 22:372-380.

Levi, Ron and John Hagan. 2006. “International Police.” Pp. 207-247 in The New Police Science: The Police Power in Domestic and International Governance, edited by M.D. Dubber & M. Valverde. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Hagan, John, Ron Levi and Gabrielle Ferrales. 2006. “Swaying the Hand of Justice: The Internal and External Dynamics of Regime Change at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.” Law & Social Inquiry 31:585-616.

Hagan, John and Ron Levi. 2005. “Crimes of War and the Force of Law.” Social Forces 83:1499-1534.

Levi, Ron. 2005. Review of The Dark Sides of Virtue: Reassessing International Humanitarianism, by D. Kennedy. Journal of Law and Society 32:493-497.

Hagan, John and Ron Levi. 2004. “Social Skill, the Milosevic Indictment, and the Rebirth of International Criminal Justice.” European Journal of Criminology 1:445-475.