Bernard Harcourt’s legal work – ‘The Long Defense of the Alabama Death-Row Prisoner Doyle Lee Hamm’

Most readers of this blog will, I guess, know Bernard Harcourt for his work editing Michel Foucault’s early Collège de France lectures or the 1981 course in Louvain, and his own writings. He also edits the Carceral Notebooks which I have mentioned a couple of times recently. But this piece in The New Yorker from last year is a very interesting discussion of his legal work – The Long Defense of the Alabama Death-Row Prisoner Doyle Lee Hamm, by Jennifer Gonnermann.

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