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Natsu Taylor Saito


Books

Natsu Taylor Saito, Meeting the Enemy: American Exceptionalism and International Law (NYU Press 2010).

Natsu Taylor Saito, From Chinese Exclusion to Guantanamo Bay: Plenary Power and the Prerogative State (University Press of Colorado 2007). | Call No. KF5060.S25 2007


Book Chapters / Collected Works

Natsu Taylor Saito, “Enhancing Whose Security? People of Color and the Post-September 11 Expansion of Law Enforcement and Intelligence Powers, in Race and Human Rights (Curtis Stokes ed., Michigan State University Press, 2008).

Natsu Taylor Saito, Black Seminoles, in Encyclopedia of American Indian History (2008).

Natsu Taylor Saito, Red, Black and Divided: Federal “Recognition” and the Imposition of Identity on the Seminole Nation, in Native Americans (Donald A. Grinde ed., CQ Press, 2002). | Call No. E93 .N32 2002


Articles and Other Contributions to Law Reviews and Scholarly Journals

Natsu Taylor Saito, Life and Legal Fiction: Reflections on Margaret Montoya's Máscaras, Trenzas, y Greñas, 32 Chicana/o-Latina/o L. Rev. 81 (2014). | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, "Lift Every Voice": Mari Matsuda's Jurisprudence of Antisubordination, 18 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 51 (2012-2013). | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Rebellious Lawyering in the Courts of the Conqueror: The Legacy of the Hirabayashi Coram Nobis Case, 11 Seattle J. Soc. Just. 89 (2012). | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Decolonization, Development, and Denial, 6 Fla. A & M U. L. Rev. 1 (2010). | Hein | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Internments, Then & Now: Constitutional Accountability in Post-9/11 America, 2 Duke F.L. & Soc. Change 71 (2010). | www

Natsu Taylor Saito, Human Rights, American Exceptionalism, and the Stories We Tell, 23 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 41 (2009). | LexisNexis | Westlaw | www | SSRN

Natsu Taylor Saito, Response to Alia Malek's "Dying with the Wrong Name": The Role of Law in Racializing & Erasing Arabs, 1 Geo. J.L. & Mod. Crit. Race Persp. 256 (2009). | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, At the Heart of the Law: Remedies for Massive Wrongs, 27 Rev. Litig. 281 (Winter 2008). | Hein | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Colonial Presumptions: The War on Terror and the Roots of American Exceptionalism, 1 Geo. J. L. Mod. Crit. Race Persp. 67 (2008). | LexisNexis | Westlaw | SSRN

Natsu Taylor Saito, Border Constructions: Immigration Enforcement and Territorial Presumptions, 10 J. Gender Race & Just. 193 (2007). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Reflections on Homeland and Security, New Centennial Rev., Spring 2006, at 239.

Natsu Taylor Saito, Returning to First Principles: International Human Rights as U.S. Constitutionalism, 1 FIU L. Rev. 45 (2006). | LexisNexis

Natsu Taylor Saito, Beyond the Citizen/Alien Dichotomy: Liberty, Security, and the Exercise of Plenary Power, 14 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 389 (2005). | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Interning the “Non-Alien” Other: The Illusory Protections of Citizenship, 68 Law & Contemp. Probs. 173 (2005). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, The Costs of Homeland Security, 93 Radical Hist. Rev. 53 (2005). | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Beyond Reparations: Accommodating Wrongs or Honoring Resistance, 1 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 27 (2003). | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, For "Our" Security: Who is an American and What is Protected by Enhanced Law Enforcement & Intelligence Powers?, 2 Seattle J. Soc. Just. 23 (2003). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, The Enduring Effect of the Chinese Exclusion Cases: The “Plenary Power” Justification for On-Going Abuses of Human Rights, 10 Asian L.J. 13 (2003). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Symposium, Asserting Plenary Power Over the “Other”: Indians, Immigrants, Colonial Subjects, and Why U.S. Jurisprudence Needs to Incorporate International Law, 20 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 427 (2002). | Hein | LexisNexis

Natsu Taylor Saito, The Plenary Power Doctrine: Subverting Human Rights in the Name of Sovereignty, 51 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1115 (2002). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Whose Liberty? Whose Security? The USA PATRIOT ACT in the Context of COINTELPRO and Unlawful Repression of Political Dissent, 81 Or. L. Rev. 1051 (2002). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw | www

Natsu Taylor Saito, Will Force Trump Legality after September 11? American Jurisprudence Confronts the Rule of Law, 17 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 1 (2002). | Hein | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Symbolism under Siege: Japanese American Redress and the “Racing” of Arab Americans as “Terrorists”, 8 Asian L.J. 1 (2001). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, From Slavery and Seminoles to AIDS in South Africa: An Essay on Race and Property in International Law, 45 Vill. L. Rev. 1135 (2000). | Hein | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, The Symbolism and Substance of Redress and Reconstruction, 2000-2003 Third World Legal Stud. 161 (2000-2003). | Hein

Natsu Taylor Saito, Critical Race Theory as International Human Rights Law, 93 Proc. Ann. Meeting Am. Soc'y Int'l L. 228 (1999).

Natsu Taylor Saito, Crossing the Border: The Interdependence of Foreign Policy & Racial Justice in the United States, 1 Yale Hum. Rts. & Dev. L.J. 53 (1998). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Symposium, Justice Held Hostage: U.S. Disregard for International Law in the WWII Internment of Japanese Peruvians - a Case Study, 40 B.C. L. Rev. 275 (1998-1999) (19 B. C. Third World L. J. 275 (joint Issue)). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Model Minority, Yellow Peril: Functions of Foreignness in the Constructions of Asian American Legal Identity, 4 Asian L.J. 71 (1997). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Symposium, Alien and Non-Alien Alike: Citizenship, “Foreignness,” and Racial Hierarchy in American Law, 76 Or. L. Rev. 261 (1997). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Taylor Saito, Beyond Civil Rights: Considering “Third Generation” International Human Rights Law in the United States, 28 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 387 (1996). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Saito Jenga, Unconscious: The ‘Just Say No’ Response to Racism, 81 Iowa L. Rev. 1503 (1996). | Hein | LexisNexis | Westlaw

Natsu Saito Jenga, Finding Our Voices, Teaching Our Truth: Reflections on Legal Pedagogy and Asian American Identity, 3 Aian Pac. Am. L.J. 81 (1995). | LexisNexis | Westlaw


Articles and Other Contributions to Non-Academic Publications

Natsu Taylor Saito, International Law: America's Selective Self-Exemption, L.A. Daily J., Apr. 16, 2010, at 6.


Electronic Publications

Natsu Taylor Saito, "Like a Disembodied Shade": Colonization and Internment as the American Way of Life, Bad Subjects (2004), available at http://bad.eserver.org/issues/2004/71/saito.html. | www