School of Law
United States of America
"Bret Asbury’s principal interest is in applying techniques and approaches borrowed from the humanities to law and legal theory. His scholarship has been published in the Alabama Law Review, California Law Review Circuit, Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy, Georgia Law Review, Oregon Law Review, and Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, among others. "
Literature and the Law Seminar
"Same Script, Different Cast: Stop Snitching, Law, and Hip Hop, in HIP HOP AND THE LAW: THE KEY WRITINGS THAT FORMED THE MOVEMENT (Carolina Academic Press, 2015)."
"“Backdoor to Eugenics”?: The Risks of Prenatal Diagnosis for Poor, Black Women, 23 DUKE J. GEN. L. & POL’Y 1 (2015) (symposium)."
"Fostering Informed Choice: Alleviating the Trauma of Genetic Abortions, 25 CORNELL J.L. & PUB. POL’Y 293 (2015)."