Adrien K. Wing

Adrien Wing

Biographical Information

Publications

Books

Adrien K. Wing, editor. The Law Unbound!: A Richard Delgado Reader, with Jean Stefancic. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers 2007, xii, 431 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, editor. Critical Race Feminism: A Reader 2d. New York: New York University Press 2003, xxiii, 444 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, editor. Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader. New York: New York University Press 2000, xvi, 451 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, editor. Critical Race Feminism: A Reader. New York: New York University Press, 1997, xvi, 431 pages.
Adrien K. Wing. Judicial Review in Palestine, with Sonya R. Braunschweig and Qais Abdel-Fatah. Birzeit, Palestine: Birzeit University Law Center 1996, 39 pages; reprinted in 9 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 115 (1996-1997).
Adrien K. Wing. Democracy, Constitutionalism and the Future State of Palestine: with a Case Study of Women’s Rights. Jerusalem: Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs 1994, viii, 84 pages.

Book Chapters

Adrien K. Wing, "Critical Race Feminism," in Theories of Race and Ethnicity: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives, edited by Karim Murji and John Solomos. New York: Cambridge University Press 2015, at 162, 18 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, "International Human Rights and Black Women: Justice or Just Us?," in Black Women and International Law: Deliberate Interactions, Movements, and Actions, edited by Jeremy I. Levitt. New York: Cambridge University Press 2015, at 37, 24 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, "Violence Against Palestinian Women in the West Bank," with Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian, in Comparative Perspectives on Gender Violence: Lessons from Efforts Worldwide, edited by Rashmi Goel and Leigh Goodmark, New York: Oxford University Press 2015, at 59, 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Race and Ethnicity Discrimination,” with Patrick Macklem, in Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law, edited by Mark Tushnet, Thomas Fleiner, and Cheryl Saunders. New York: Routledge 2013, at 313, 11 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The War against Terror: Religion, Clothing, and the Human Right to Peace,” in Activating Human Rights and Peace: Theories, Practices and Contexts, edited by Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord, and Rob Garbutt. Burlington, VT: Ashgate 2012, at 189, 11 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Lessons from a Portrait: Keep Calm and Carry On,” in Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia, edited by Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, Yolanda Flores Niemann, Carmen G. González, and Angela P. Harris. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado, 2012 at 356, 16 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism,” in The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Women in Today’s World, edited by Mary Zeiss Strange, Carol K. Oyster, and Jane E. Sloan. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. 2011, at 364, 2 pages
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction: Towards Gender Equality in Palestine,” in Women and the Draft Constitution of Palestine, by Hallie Ludsin. Jerusalem: Women’s Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling 2011, at 12, 16 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Review of Laws Having Racially Disparate Impacts,” in Global Perspectives on Constitutional Law, edited by Mark Tushnet and Vikram Amar. New York: Oxford University Press 2009, at 88, 14 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Founding Mothers for a Palestinian Constitution,” with Hisham Kassim, in Constituting Equality: Gender Equality and Comparative Constitutional Law, edited by Susan H. Williams. New York: Cambridge University Press 2009, at 290, 22 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Foreword,” in Power, Gender, and Social Change in Africa, edited by Muna Ndulo and Margaret Grieco. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars 2009, at x, 5 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism in the Age of the War Against Terrorism,” in Multiculturalisms: Different Meanings and Perspectives of Multiculturalism in a Global World, edited by Barbara Pozzo. Berne: Stämpli 2009, at 91, 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Women’s Rights and Africa’s Evolving Landscape: The Women’s Protocol of the Banjul Charter,” in Africa: Mapping New Boundaries in International Law, edited by Jeremy I. Levitt. Oxford: Hart 2008, at 13, 21 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Spirit Injury, Exile, and the State of Palestine,” with Hisham Kassim, in Landscapes of Exile, edited by Anna Haebich and Baden Offord. New York: Peter Lang 2008, at 249, 14 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminist Theory,” in Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives, edited by David Clark. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications 2007, at 350, 4 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Work Ethic,” in The African American Law School Survival Guide, edited by Evangeline Mitchell. Houston: Hope’s Promise Publishing 2006, at 406, 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “From Wrongs to Rights: Hurricane Katrina from a Global Perspective,” in After the Storm: Black Intellectuals Explore the Meaning of Hurricane Katrina, edited by David Dante Troutt. New York: The New Press, 2006 at 127, 19 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminist Foremothering: Multiplicities in the Post 9-11 World,” in From Oppression to Grace: Women of Color and Their Dilemmas within the Academy, edited by Theodorea Regina Berry and Nathalie Mizelle. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing 2006, at 233, 11 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “International Conventions,” in 2 Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures: Family, Law, and Politics, edited by Suad Joseph. Boston: Brill 2005, at 306, 4 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism and Human Rights,” in Essentials of Human Rights, edited by Christien van den Anker and Rhona K. M. Smith. London: Oxford University Press 2005, at 74, 3 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Polygamy in Black America,” in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, 2nd ed., edited by Adrien K. Wing. New York: New York University Press 2003, at 186, 9 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction,” in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader 2d, edited by Adrien K. Wing. New York: New York University Press 2003, at 1, 19 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “From Liberation to State Building in South Africa: Some Constitutional Considerations for Palestine,” in Palestine and International Law: Essays on Politics and Economics, edited by Sanford R. Silverberg. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co. 2002, at 199, 14 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism: Legal Reforms for the Twenty-First Century,” in A Companion to Racial and Ethnic Studies, edited by David Theo Goldberg and John Solomos. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing 2002, at 1, 19 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being,” in Back to the Drawing Board: African-Canadian Feminism(s), edited by Njoki Nathani Wane, Katrina Deliovsky, and Erica Lawson. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2002, at 262, 10 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being,” condensed in Back to the Drawing Board: African-Canadian Feminism(s), edited by Njoki Nathani Wane, Katrina Deliovsky, and Erica Lawson. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2002, at 262, 10 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction,” excerpted in A Reader on Race, Civil Rights and American Law: A Multiracial Approach, edited by Timothy Davis, Kevin R. Johnson, and George A. Martinez. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press 2001, at 594, 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction,” in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, edited by Adrien K. Wing. New York: New York University Press 1997, at 1, 6 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Palestinian Women and Human Rights,” in 3 Women and International Human Rights Law, edited by Kelly Askin and Dorean M. Koenig. Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers 2001, at 567, 45 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Motherhood: Transcending Notions of Mothering: The Next Critical Race Feminist Praxis,” in Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Human Rights in the Americas: A New Paradigm for Activism, edited by Celina Romany. Washington, DC: The Race, Ethnicity, and Gender (REG) Justice Project in the Americas, American University, Washington College of Law, 2001.
Adrien K. Wing, “Black Women and Gangs,” in States of Confinement: Policing, Detention and Prisons, edited by Joy James. New York: St. Martin's Press 2000, at 94, 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “A Critical Race Feminist Conceptualization of Violence: South African and Palestinian Women,” in Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader, edited by Adrien K. Wing. New York: New York University Press 2000, at 332, 15 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Sisters in the Hood: Beyond Bloods and Crips,” with Christine A. Willis, published as “Black Women and Gangs,” in States of Confinement: Policing, Detention and Prisons, edited by Joy James. New York: St. Martin's Press 2000, at 94, 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Words of Wisdom,” in Dear Sisters, Dear Daughters: Words of Wisdom from Multicultural Women Attorneys Who’ve Been There and Done That, edited by Karen Clanton. Chicago: American Bar Association 2000, at 282, 3 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Black Women and Gangs,” in States of Confinement: Policing, Detention and Prisons, edited by Joy James. New York: St. Martin's Press 2000, at 94, 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction,” in Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader, edited by Adrien K. Wing. New York: New York University Press 2000, at 1, 23 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism,” in Civil Rights in the United States, edited by Waldo E. Martin, Jr and Patricia Sullivan. New York: MacMillan 2000, at 202, 1 page.
Adrien K. Wing, “Universality vs. Cultural Relativity: A Critical Race Feminist View from the Diaspora,” in The Southern African Human Rights Reader: Towards Creating a Sustainable Culture of Human Rights, compiled by B.F. Bankie, C. Marias, and J.T. Namiseb. Windhoek, Namibia: Gamsberg Macmillan 1998, at 61, 8 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “From Liberation to State Building in South Africa: Some Constitutional Considerations for Palestine,” in Liberation, Democratization and Transitions to Statehood in the Third World, edited by May Jayyusi. Ramallah, Palestine: Muwatin, The Palestinian Institute for the Study of Democracy 1998, at 91, 20 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Gender Equality and Governance in Africa: A Critical Race Feminist Perspective,” in Governance in Africa: Building the Capable State. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, Institute for African Development 1997, at 113, 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Sisters in the Hood: Beyond Bloods and Crips,” with Christine A. Willis, in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, edited by Adrien Wing. New York: New York University Press 1997, at 243, 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being,” in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, edited by Adrien Wing. New York: New York University Press 1997, at 27, 8 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, "Black South African Women: Toward Equal Rights," with Eunice P. de Carvalho, in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, edited by Adrien Katherine Wing. New York: New York University Press 1997, at 387, 9 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being,” condensed in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, edited by Adrien Wing. New York: New York University Press 1997, at 27, 8 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, "Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being," in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, edited by Adrien Katherine Wing. New York: New York University Press 1997, at 27, 8 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction,” in Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, edited by Adrien K. Wing. New York: New York University Press 1997, at 1, 6 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Palestinian Women’s Charter: Beyond the Basic Law,” with Shobhana Ragunathan Kasturi, in Third World Legal Studies: Women's Rights and Traditional Law: A Conflict. Valparaiso, IN: International Third World Legal Studies Association and Valparaiso University School of Law 1996, at 141, 28 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Rape, Ethnicity, and Culture: Spirit Injury from Bosnia to Black America,” with Sylke Merchán, in Critical Race Theory: The Cutting Edge, edited by Richard Delgado. Philadelphia: Temple University Press 1995, at 516, 13 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Weep Not Little Ones: An Essay to Our Children about Affirmative Action,” with W.H. Knight, in African Americans and the Living Constitution, edited by John Hope Franklin and Genna Rae McNeil. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press 1995, at 208, 27 pages.

Articles

Adrien K. Wing, "Henry J, Richardson III: A Critical Race Man," 31 Temple International & Comparative Law Journal 377 (2017), 16 pages.
Adrien Wing, “In Memoriam Burns H. Weston (1933-2015), Symposium: International Environmental Law, Environmental Justice, and the Global South),” with Henry J. Richardson, 26 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 243 (2017), 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, "Is there a Future for Critical Race Theory? (Symposium: The Future of Legal Scholarship)," 66 Journal of Legal Education 44 (2016), 11 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction (Symposium: Women in the Revolution: Gender and Social Justice After the Arab Spring),” 24 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 293 (2015); and 18 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 341 (2016).
Adrien K. Wing, “Women in the Revolution: Gender and Social Justice After the Arab Spring: Roundtable Discussion (Symposium: Women in the Revolution: Gender and Social Justice After the Arab Spring),” with Ahmed E. Souaiaia, Mounira Maya Charrad, Karima Bennoune, Shafiqa Ahmadi, Sahar F. Aziz, Seval Yildirim, and Sara Ghadiri, 24 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 391 (2015); and 18 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 437 (2016).
Adrien K. Wing, “Reflections on Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia Symposium—The Plenary Panel,” with Maritza I. Reyes, Angela Mae Kupenda, Angela Onwuachi-Willig, and Stephanie M. Wildman, 29 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice 195 (2014), 55 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Burns Weston: A Man of Service,” 21 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 621 (2013), 9 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Introduction (Symposium: Ten Years After 9/11: Rethinking Counterrorism),” with Burns H. Weston, 21 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 1 (2012), 7 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The ‘Arab Fall’: The Future of Women’s Rights,” 18 U.C. Davis Journal of International Law & Policy 445 (2012), 24 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Women’s Rights in the Muslim World and the Age of Obama (Symposium: Human Rights & U.S. Standing Under the Obama Administration),” with Peter P. Nadimi, 20 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 431 (2011), 33 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “After the Last Judgment: The Future of the Egyptian Constitution,” with Hisham A. Kassim, 52 Harvard International Law Journal Online 301 (2011), 10 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Global Commitments to Human Rights in National Courts in the Age of Obama,” 13 Southern Cross University Law Review 25 (2009-2010), 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “One L Redux,” 78 UMKC Law Review 1119 (2010), 8 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Conceptualizing Global Substantive Justice in the Age of Obama (Symposium: Conceptualizing Substantive Justice),” 13 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 705 (2010), 23 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Gaza, Gender and the Age of Obama,” with Samuel P. Nielson, 36 Rutgers Law Record 150 (2009), 14 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “An Agenda for the Obama Administration on Gender Equality: Lessons from Abroad,” with Samuel P. Nielson, 107 Michigan Law Review First Impressions 124 (2009), 5 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “International Law, Secularism and the Islamic World,” 24 American University International Law Review 407 (2009), 22 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Space Traders for the Twenty-First Century,” 11 Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy 49 (2009), 22 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Twenty-First Century Loving: Nationality, Gender, and Religion in the Muslim World (Symposium: Forty Years of Loving: Confronting Issues of Race, Sexuality, and the Family in the Twenty-First Century),” 76 Fordham Law Review 2895 (2008), 11 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The South African Constitution as a Role Model for the United States (Symposium: Race Across Boundaries),” 24 Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal 73 (2008), 8 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “A Truth and Reconciliation Commission for Palestine/Israel: Healing Spirit Injuries? (War Crimes Symposium),” 17 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 139 (2008), 25 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Future of Palestinian Women’s Rights: Lessons from a Half Century of Tunisian Progress,” with Hisham Kassim, 64 Washington & Lee Law Review 1551 (2007), 18 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Hamas, Constitutionalism, and Palestinian Women,” with Hisham Kassim, 50 Howard Law Journal 479 (2007), 35 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Global Critical Race Feminism: A Perspective on Gender, War and Peace in the Age of the War on Terror,” 15 Michigan State Journal of International Law 1 (2007), 20 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Is Secularism Possible in a Majority-Muslim Country?: The Turkish Example,” with Ozan Varol, 42 Texas International Law Journal 1, (2007), 54 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “From Wrongs to Rights: Hurricane Katrina from a Global Perspective,” Colorlines Magazine (September/October 2006), at 41, 4 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Constitutionalism, Legal Reform, and the Economic Development of Palestinian Women,” 15 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 655 (2006), 61 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism Lifts the Veil?: Muslim Women, France, and the Headscarf Ban,” with Monica Nigh Smith, 39 U.C. Davis Law Review 743 (2006), 43 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “U.S. International Law Theory: Possibilities and Problems,” 100 American Society of International Law Proceedings 173 (2006), 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Examining the Correlation Between Disability and Poverty: A Comment from a Critical Race Feminist Perspective – Helping the Joneses to Keep Up!” 8 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 655 (2005), 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Remarks [Africa: Mapping New Boundaries in International Law],” 98 American Society of International Law Proceedings 246 (2004), 3 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Civil Rights in the Post 9-11 World: Critical Race Praxis, Coalition Building, and the War on Terrorism,” 63 Louisiana Law Review 717 (2003), 41 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “An Introduction to the Symposium: The African Union and the New Pan-Africanism: Rushing to Organize or Timely Shift,” with Jeremy Levitt and Craig Jackson, 13 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 1 (2003), 5 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The New African Union and Women’s Rights,” with Tyler Murray Smith, 13 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 33 (2003), 49 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Palestinian Women and Human Rights in the Post 9-11 World (Symposium: Dueling Fates: Should the International Legal Regime Accept a Collective or Individual Paradigm to Protect Women’s Rights?),” 24 Michigan Journal of International Law 421 (2002), 9 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Fifth Anniversary of the South African Constitution: A Role Model on Sexual Orientation,” 26 Vermont Law Review 821 (2002), 7 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Healing Spirit Injuries: Human Rights in the Palestinian Basic Law,” 54 Rutgers Law Review 1087 (2002), 14 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Promise of a Post-Genocide Constitution: Healing Rwandan Spirit Injuries,” with Mark Richard Johnson, 7 Michigan Journal of Race & Law 247 (2002), 69 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Global Critical Race Feminism Post 9-11: Afghanistan,” 10 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 19 (2002), 17 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Race-Based Affirmative Action in American Legal Education,” 51 Journal of Legal Education 443 (2001), 6 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Role of Culture, Race, Gender and Language in Working Together: Developing Cooperation in International Legal Education,” 20 Penn State International Law Review 35 (2001), 8 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Polygamy from Southern Africa to Black Britannia to Black America: Global Critical Race Feminism as Legal Reform for the Twenty-first Century,” 11 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 811 (2001), 70 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Reno v. American Arab Anti Discrimination Committee: A Critical Race Perspective,” 31 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 561 (2000), 35 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The South African Transition to Democratic Rule: Lessons for International and Comparative Law,” 94 American Society of International Law Proceedings 254 (2000), 6 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Race and Gender Issues: Critical Race Feminism,” 26 Journal of Intergroup Relations no. 3, at 14 (1999), 12 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Transcending Traditional Notions of Mothering: The Need for Critical Race Feminist Praxis,” with Laura Weselmann, 3 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 257 (1999), 25 pages; condensed as “Motherhood: Transcending Notions of Mothering: The Next Critical Race Feminist Praxis,” in Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Human Rights in the Americas: A New Paradigm for Activism, edited by Celina Romany. Washington, DC: The Race, Ethnicity, and Gender (REG) Justice Project in the Americas, American University, Washington College of Law, 2001.
Adrien K. Wing, “Violence and State Accountability: Critical Race Feminism,” 1999 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 95 (1999), 20 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Palestinian Basic Law: Embryonic Constitutionalism,” 31 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 383 (1999), 44 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “From Theory to Praxis: Black Women, Gangs, and Critical Race Feminism,” 11 La Raza Law Journal 1 (1999), 15 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Remarks: The Power of Law: The Promises and Prospects of Legal Reform Worldwide-Palestine,” 93 American Society of International Law Proceedings 241 (1999), 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism: Black Women and Gangs,” 1 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 141 (1997), 35 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “A Critical Race Feminist Conceptualization of Violence: South African and Palestinian Women,” 60 Albany Law Review 943 (1997), 34 pages; condensed in Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader, edited by Adrien K. Wing. New York: New York University Press, 2000, at 332, 15 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Sisters in the Hood: Beyond Bloods and Crips,” with Christine A. Willis, in an expanded version as “Critical Race Feminism: Black Women and Gangs,” 1 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 141 (1997), 35 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Critical Race Feminism and the International Human Rights of Women in Bosnia, Palestine, and South Africa: Issues for Latcrit Theory,” 28 University of Miami Inter American Law Review 337 (1996), 24 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Black South African Women: Toward Equal Rights,” with Eunice P. de Carvalho, 8 Harvard Human Rights Journal 57 (1995), 44 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The New South African Constitution: An Example for Palestinian Consideration,” 7 Palestine Yearbook of International Law 105 (1992-1994), 26 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Rape, Ethnicity, and Culture: Spirit Injury from Bosnia to Black America,” with Sylke Merchán, 25 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 1 (1994), 48 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Palestinian Women: Their Future Legal Rights,” 16 Arab Studies Quarterly 55 (1994), 19 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Custom, Religion and Rights: The Future Legal Status of Palestinian Women,” 35 Harvard International Law Journal 149 (1994), 52 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Intifada: The Emergence of Embryonic Legal Mechanisms for Palestinian Self-Determination,” 15 Arab Studies Quarterly 63 (1993), 21 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Legitimacy & Coercion: Legal Traditions & Legal Rules for the Intifada,” 2 Middle East Policy no. 2, at 87 (1993), 17 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Communitarianism v. Individualism: Constitutionalism in Namibia and South Africa,” 11 Wisconsin International Law Journal 295 (1993), 85 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Legal Decision-Making During the Palestinian Intifada: Embryonic Self-Rule,” 18 Yale Journal of International Law 95 (1993), 59 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Remarks: [Plenary Session: The U.S. Constitution in Its Third Century: Foreign Affairs. Aliens and Immigrants],” 85 American Society of International Law Proceedings 204 (1991), 4 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being,” 6 Berkeley Women’s Law Journal 181 (1990-1991), 21 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Remarks: [Effects & Effectiveness of Economic Sanctions: South Africa],” 84 American Society of International Law Proceedings 209 (1990), 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing & Manual R. Angulo, “Proposed Amendments to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976 and the Act of State Doctrine,” 14 Denver Journal of International Law and Policy 299 (1986), 18 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Pleading and Proof of Foreign Law in American Courts: A Selected Annotated Bibliography,” 19 Stanford Journal of International Law 175 (1983), 32 pages.

Short Essays

Adrien K. Wing, "In Memoriam: Burns H. Weston (1933-2015)," with Henry J. Richardson, 110 American Journal of International Law 480 (2016).

Book Reviews

Adrien K. Wing, “USA 2050: Identity, Critical Race Theory, and the Asian Century,” review of Disoriented: Asian Americans, Law, and the Nation-State, by Robert S. Chang. 99 Michigan Law Review 1390 (2001), 19 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, Review of The Rooster’s Egg: On the Persistence of Prejudice, by Patricia J. Williams. 31 African American Review 548 (1997), 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, Review of Women in Law, edited by Akintunde O. Obilade. 82 Journal of American History 1297 (1995), 2 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Derrick Bell: Tolling in Protest,” review of Confronting Authority: Reflections of an Ardent Protestor, by Derrick Bell. 12 Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 161 (1995), 15 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Towards Democracy in a New South Africa,” review of Constitutional Options for a Democratic South Africa: A Comparative Perspective, by Ziyad Motala. 16 Michigan Journal of International Law 689 (1995), 24 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, Review of Mass Rape: The War Against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina, edited by Alexandra Stiglmayer. 88 American Journal of International Law 849 (1994), 3 pages.

Reports

Adrien K. Wing, “International Human Rights Treaties for Eritrea’s Consideration, submitted to the Ministry of Justice of the State of Eritrea”, with Yohannes Gebremedhin, 2000, 358 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “The Palestinian Elections: An International Legal Context,” in Palestinian Elections and the Future of Palestine. Washington, DC: The Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine 1996, 7 pages.
Adrien K. Wing, “Palestinian Democracy: Prospects and Impediments,” in Palestinian Statehood: A Special Report. Washington, DC: The Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine, 1994, 6 pages.