:: U.S. Constitutional History Syllabi::
Akhil Amar and James Oakes, Lincoln's Constitution.
Bobbitt and Richard Pious, Terrorism: Constitutional, Historical and Social Science Perspectives.
Elizabeth Dale, Constitutional Hisotry of the United States to 1877.
Elizabeth Dale, Constitutional History of the United States 1877 to present.
Christian G. Fritz, The Constitutional Legacy of the American Revolution.
Linda Greenhouse and Reva Siegel, Rights in Conflict: Reproductive Freedom.
Sally Hadden, The Constitutional Convention.
William E. Leuchtenburg, The Presidency and the Supreme Court: In the Age of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Jonathan Lurie, The Unlikely Legal History of the 14th Amendment, 1866-1890.
Richard Pious, The Constitutional Law of Presidential-Congressional Relations.
James Surowiecki and John Witt, The Constitution and the Economy.
Steven Teles and David Fontana, Process of Legal and Constitutional Change.
Mark Tushnet, The Rights Revolution in the Twentieth Century.
Melvin I. Urofsky, Why Judicial Biography Counts.
Sandra F. VanBurkleo, Constitutional History Redux: Rethinking 'Major Cases.'
Keith E. Whittington, Politics and History of Judicial Review in the United States.