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- 'Rights, Law and subjectivity: configuring Arendt and Adorno' in Samir Gandesha and Lars Rensmann (eds) Arendt and Adorno: Political and Philosophical Questions, Stanford University Press, forthcoming 2011.
- 'Conceptual issues in the study of racism and antisemitism’ (with Claudine Attias-Donfut and Glyn Cousin) in Christine Achinger and Robert Fine (co-eds) ‘Racism and antisemitism in contemporary Europe’, Special Issue of European Societies, forthcoming 2011/12
- ‘Cosmopolitan solidarity’ in Gerard Delanty (ed) Handbook of Cosmopolitan Studies, forthcoming Routledge 2011.
- ‘Beyond Leviathan: Hegel’s contribution to the critique of human rights’ in Andrew Buchwalter (ed) Hegel and Global Justice, Springer 2011 (in press).
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- ‘Understanding evil: Arendt and the final solution’ in Maria Pia Lara (ed.) Rethinking Evil: Contemporary Perspectives, LA: University of California Press, pp. 131-150. Translated into Italian as Robert Fine, ‘Comprendere il male: Hannah Arendt e la “soluzione finale”’, Ripensare il Male: Prospettive Contemporanee, Meltemi, trans. Piero Vereni.
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- "The Law of the Market and the Rule of Law" (with Robert Millar) in B. Fine and R. Millar (ed.s), Policing the Miners' Strike, Lawrence and Wishart, pp. 1-22.
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