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The Body and the State: Habeas Corpus and American Jurisprudence
Suny Press - American Constitutionalism Series, 2005
Table of Contents
Introduction: Understanding Habeas Corpus
Chapter One: Habeas Corpus in the New American State, 1789-1915
Chapter Two:	Bodily Inventions: The Habeas Petitioner and the Corporation, 1886
Chapter Three: Habeas Corpus as Counternarrative: The Rise of Due Process, 1923-
1953
Chapter Four: Confessions and the Narratives of Violence, 1963-1979
Chapter Five: Future Dangerousness and Habeas Corpus, 1982-2002
Chapter Six: Habeas Corpus and the Narratives of Terrorism, 1996-2004
Chapter Seven: Conclusion
	Introduction: Understanding Habeas Corpus
	Chapter One
Habeas Corpus in the New American State, 1789-1915
	Chapter Two
	Bodily Inventions: The Habeas Petitioner and the Corporation, 1886
	Chapter Three
	Habeas Corpus as Counternarrative: The Rise of Due Process, 1923-1953
	Chapter Four
	Confessions and the Narratives of Justice, 1963-1979
	Chapter Five
	Future Dangerousness and Habeas Corpus, 1982-2002
	Chapter Six
	Habeas Corpus and the Narratives of Terrorism, 1996-2004
Chapter Seven: Conclusion
Sometimes it seems that there is only one story in American legal thought and only one 
problem. The story is the story of formalism and the problem is the problem of the subject. 
The story of formalism is that it never deals with the problem of the subject. The problem of 
the subject is that it's never been part of the story.
Until Now.
Pierre Schlag, "Beyond Critique: Law, Culture, and the Politics of Form," Texas Law 
Review 69: 1627, 1743 (1991).
For Masha, Mnogo te Volim
The Body and the State: Habeas Corpus and American Jurisprudence
Cary Federman
Assistant Professor
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
412.396.6483
federman@duq.edu
Table of Contents
Introduction:	Understanding Habeas Corpus
Chapter One: Habeas Corpus in the New American State, 1789-1915
Chapter Two:	Bodily Inventions: The Habeas Petitioner and the Corporation, 1886
Chapter Three: Habeas Corpus as Counternarrative: The Rise of Due Process, 1923-
1953
Chapter Four: Confessions and the Narratives of Justice, 1963-1979
Chapter Five: Future Dangerousness and Habeas Corpus, 1982-2002
Chapter Six: Habeas Corpus and the Narratives of Terrorism, 1996-2002
Chapter Seven: Conclusion

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Habeas corpus -- United States -- History.
Habeas corpus -- United States.