Scholarship: Richard A. Wilson
Scholarship
  • Richard Ashby Wilson, Incitement On Trial: Prosecuting International Speech Crimes (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
  • Richard Ashby Wilson, Propaganda and History in International Criminal Trials, Journal of International Criminal Justice. 14(3):519-541. (2016)
  • Richard Ashby Wilson, Expert Evidence on Trial: Social Researchers in the International Criminal Courtroom, American Ethnologist. Issue 43(4):730-744. (2016)
  • Richard Ashby Wilson, Inciting Genocide With Words.” Michigan Journal of International Law. Volume 36, Issue 2. Spring. pp.278-320. (2015)
  • Richard A. Wilson, From the Liberation Struggle to "Pure Avarice": International Criminal Law and the Framing of Crime in Sub-Saharan Africa, Espaço Jurídico Journal of Law, vol. 13, no. 3 (2012)
  • Richard A. Wilson, Ahmad W. Wardak & Andrew Corin, Surveying History at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, 4 J. Eurasian L. 1 (2011)
  • Richard Wilson, Writing History in International Criminal Trials (Cambridge University Press, 2011)
  • Richard A. Wilson, When Humanity Sits in Judgment: Crimes Against Humanity and the Conundrum of Race and Ethnicity at the International Criminal Tribual for Rwanda, in In the Name of Humanity: The Government Threat and Care (Duke Univ. Press, 2010)
  • Richard Ashby Wilson and Richard D. Brown, Eds., Humanitarianism and Suffering: The Mobilization of Empathy (Cambridge University Press, 2009) (Contributors Include: Rony Brauman, Ron Dudai, David P. Forsythe, Elizabeth Jelin, Margaret M. R. Kellow, Flora A. Keshgegian, Thomas W. Laqueur, Michael R. Marrus, Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Joseph R. Slaughter, Susan Slyomovics, Laura Suski and Lars Waldorf)
  • Richard A. WilsonTyrannosaurus Lex: The Anthropology of Human Rights and Transnational Law, in Practice of Human Rights: Tracking Law Between the Global and the Local (Cambridge University Press, 2008) (in a Danish translation in Tidsskriftet Antropologi)
  • Richard A. Wilson, Reconciliation and Revenge in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Rethinking Legal Pluralism and Human Rights, in Empirical Approaches to International Human Rights (Ashgate, 2008)
  • Richard A. Wilson, Humanity’s Histories: Evaluating the Historical Accounts of International Tribunals and Truth Commissions, Revue des Sciences Sociales du Politique (Special issue: La Pacification des violences) (Spring 2008)