Contents: Series preface; Introduction. Part I Beyond Doctrine: Race and Rights: Law, society, identity, and the making of the Jim Crow South: travel and segregation on Tennessee railroads, 1875-1905, Kennth W. Mack; Brown as a Cold War case, Mary L. Dudziak; African-American rights after Brown, Gerald N. Rosenberg; 'Won't you please help me get my son home': peonage, patronage, and protest in the World War II urban south, Risa L Goluboff; Victims in the shadow of the law: a critique of the model of legal protection, Kristin Bumiller; Advocacy against the stereotype: lessons from cognitive social psychology, Gary Blasi . Part II: Race, Racism, and Criminal Justice: The mark of a criminal record, Devah Pager; Too many black men: the sentencing judge's dilemma, Doris Marie Provine; Crime, race, and reproduction, Dorothy E. Roberts; From slavery to mass incarceration: rethinking the 'race question' in the US, LoA-c Wacquant. Part III From Law to Race: Telling the difference: nineteenth-century legal narratives of racial taxonomy, Michael A Elliott; Miscegenation law, court cases, and ideologies of 'race' in twentieth- century America, Peggy Pascoe; The architecture of race in American immigration law; a re-examination of the immigration act of 1924, Mae M. Ngai; Protest, repression, and race: legal violence and the Chicano Movement, Ian F. Haney LA^3pez; The citizen and the terrorist, Leti Volpp. Part IV Methods: Race in law and society: a critique, Osagie K. Obasogie; A tale of two genres: on the real and ideal links between law and society and critical race theory, Laura E. GA^3mez; Sapphire bound!, Regina Austin; Name index.