• Revisiting Race in a Genomic Age (eds. Koenig, Lee, Richardson)

  • What’s the Use of Race? Modern Governance and the Biology of Difference (eds. Whitmarshs and Jones)

  • Johnathon Kahn, Race in a Bottle: The Story of Bidil

  • Dorothy Roberts, FATAL INVENTION: HOW SCIENCE, POLITICS, AND BIG BUSINESS RE-CREATE RACE IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY (The New Press, 2011).

  • Jonathon Kahn, Race, Genes and Justice, 74 Brooklyn Law Review 325 (2009)

  • Jonathon Kahn, Beyond Bidil: The Expanding Embrace of Race in Biomedical Research and Product Development, 3 Saint Louis Univ. Journal on Health Law and Policy 61 (2009)

  • Bruce Sinclair, Integrating the Histories of Race and Technology, in Technology and the African-American Experience 1 (Bruce Sinclair ed., 2004), https://mitpress.mit.edu/sites/default/files/titles/content/9780262693448_sch_0001.pdf.

  • Dorothy Roberts, Fatal Invention: How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-create Race in the Twenty-First Century (2011).

  • Christian B. Sundquist, Genetics, Race and Substantive Due Process, 20 Wash. & Lee Civil Rts. & Soc. Just. 341 (2014).

  • Troy Duster, Backdoor to Eugenics (2007) (Taylor and Francis)

  • Jon Entine, Abraham's Children: Race, Identity, and the DNA of the Chosen People (2007) (Grand Central)

  • Kenan Malik, Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides are Wrong in the Race Debate (2009) (Oneworld); see also Kenan Malik, The Meaning of Race: Race, History and Culture in Western Society (1996) (NYU Press)

  • Guy Harrison, Race & Reality: What Everyone Should Know About Our Biological Diversity (2009) (Prometheus Books)

  • Khiara Bridges, Reproducing Race: An Ethnography of Pregnancy as a Site of Racialization (2011) (University of California Press)

  • Ann Morning, The Nature of Race: How Scientists Think and Teach About Human Difference (2011) (University of California Press)

  • Tim Wise, Colorblind: The Rise of Post-Racial Politics and the Retreat from Racial Equality (2010) (City Lights Publishers)

  • Dorothy Roberts, Whats Wrong with Race-Based Medicine?  Genes, Drugs and Health Disparities, 12 Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology 1 (2011)

  • Jonathon Kahn, Race-ing Patents/Patenting Race: An Emerging Political Geography of Intellectual Property in Biotechnology, 92 Iowa Law Review 353 (2007)

  • Lisa Ikemoto, Race to Health: Racialized Discourses in a Transhuman World, 9 DePaul Journal of Health Care Law 1101 (2005)

  • Jonathon Kahn, How a Drug Becomes "Ethnic": Law, Commerce and the Production of Racial Categories in Medicine, 4 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law and Ethics 1 (2004)

  • Lisa Ikemoto, The Racialization of Genomic Knowledge, 27 Seton Hall Law Review 937 (1997)

  • Osagie K. Obasogie, Beyond Best Practices: Strict Scrutiny as a Regulatory Model for Race-Specific Medicines, 36 Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 491 (2008)

  • Dorothy Roberts, Torture and the Biopolitics of Race, 62 University of Miami Law Review 229 (2008)

  • Dorothy Roberts, Law, Race, and Biotechnology: Toward a Biopolitical and Transdisciplinary Paradigm, 18 ANN. REV. L. & SOC. SCI. 149 (2013)

  • Dorothy Roberts, Movement Intersectionality: The Case of Race, Gender, Disability, and Genetic Technologies, 10 DUBOIS REV. 313 (2013) (with Sujatha Jesudason).\

  • Dorothy Roberts, What’s Wrong with Race-Based Medicine? Genes, Drugs, and Health Disparities, 12 MINN. J. L. SCI. & TECH. 1-21 (2011) (2010 Dienard Memorial Lecture in Law & Medicine).

  • Dorothy Roberts, Collateral Consequences, Genetics Surveillance, and the New Biopolitics of Race, 54 HOW. L.J. 567 (2011).

  • Dorothy Roberts, Race, Gender, and Genetic Technologies: A New Reproductive Dystopia?, 34 SIGNS 783 (2009).

  • Dorothy Roberts, Margaret Sanger and the Racial Origins of the Birth Control Movement, in RACIALLY WRITING THE REPUBLIC: RACISTS, RACE REBELS, AND TRANSFORMATIONS OF AMERICAN IDENTITY 196 (Bruce Baum & Duchess Harris, eds., Duke University Press, 2009).

  • Christian Sundquist, The Technologies of Race: Big Data, Privacy and the New Racial Bioethics, 27 Annals of Health Law 205 (2018)

  • Christian Sundquist, Genetics, Race and Substantive Due Process, 20 Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice 341 (2014)

  • Christian Sundquist, Science Fictions and Racial Fables: Navigating the Final Frontier of Genetic Interpretation, 25 Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 57 (2009)

  • Christian Sundquist, The Meaning of Race in the DNA Era: Science, History and the Law, 28 Temple Journal of Science, Technology and Environmental Law 231 (2008)

  • Jonathan Kahn, Race-ing Patents/Patenting Race: An Emerging Political Geography of Intellectual Property in Biotechnology, 92 Iowa L. Rev. 353 (2007).

  • Michael Yudell, A Short History of the Race Concept, in Race and the Genetic Revolution: Science, Myth, and Culture 1 (Sheldon Krimsky & Kathleen Sloan eds., 2011).

  • William H. Tucker, The Science and Politics of Racial Research (1994).

  • Pilar Ossorio & Troy Duster, Race and Genetics: Controversies in Biomedical, Behavioral and Forensic Sciences, 60 Am. Psychologist 115 (2005).

  • David S. Caudill, Race, Science, History, and Law, 9 Wash. & Lee Race & Ethnic Anc. L.J. 1 (2003).

  • Jonathan Kahn, Race on the Brain: What Implicit Bias Gets Wrong About the Struggle for Racial Justice (2018).

  • Christian B. Sundquist, The Dialectics of Racial Genetics, 76 Alb. L. Rev. 1751 (2013).

  • Rachel Cox, Note, Unethical Intrusion: The Disproportionate Impact of Law Enforcement DNA Sampling on Minority Populations, 52 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 155, 166 (2014).

  • Vivian Chou, How Science and Genetics are Reshaping the Race Debate of the 21st Century, Sci. in the News (Apr. 17, 2017), http://sitn.hms.harvard.edu/flash/2017/science-genetics- reshaping-race-debate-21st-century/.

  • Osagie K. Obasogie, Ctr. for Genetics & Soc’y, Playing the Gene Card? A Report on Race and Human Biotechnology (2009).

  • Simone Browne, Dark Matters: On the Surveillance of Blackness (2015)

  • John Cheny-Lippold, We Are Data

  • Cathy O’Neill, Weapons of Math Destruction

  • Matt Reichel, Race, Class and Privacy: A Critical Historical Review, Intl J. of Comm 11 (2017)

  • Dorothy Roberts, Digitizing the Carceral State, reviewing Virginia Eubanks, AUTOMATING INEQUALITY: HOW HIGH-TECH TOOLS PROFILE, POLICE, AND PUNISH THE POOR (St. Martin’s Press, 2017), 132 HARV. L. REV. 1695 (2019).

  • Bennet Capers, Techno-Policing, 15 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 495 (2018)

  • Bennett Capers, Policing, Technology, and Doctrinal Assists, 69 Fla. L. Rev. 723 (2017)

  • Bennett Capers, Criminal Procedure and the Good Citizen, 118 Colum. L. Rev. 653 (2018)

  • Shima Baradaran, Race, Prediction, and Discretion, 81 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 157 (2013).

  • Simone Browne, Digital Epidermalization: Race, Identity and Biometrics, 36 Critical Sociology 131 (2009).

  • Elizabeth E. Joh, Maryland v. King: Policing and Genetic Privacy, 11 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 281 (2013).

  • Ruha Benjamin, Race After Technology (2019)