Bruce Jackson

Bruce Jackson’s most recent books are Inside the Wire: Photographs from Texas and Arkansas Prison (University of Texas Press, 2013) and In This Timeless Time Living and Dying on Death Row in America (with Diane Christian, University of North Carolina Press, 2012). He is SUNY Distinguished Professor and James Agee Professor of American Culture at University at Buffalo

Buffalo Cops—And All the Other Cops

Central Park Five: Bill Kunstler’s Last Case

Bill Kunstler’s Last Case

White Guy Profiles

The Face of Terror

Why George Zimmerman Walked


Blood Libel

Attica at 40

Why S/Sgt. R, USMC, Got Ruined

60 Minutes and the General

Hamdan’s Secret

Bush Going Down

Saying "Oh!"

Letter to the Editor

Normalizing Torture


Chavez’s Reading, Bush’s Reading

Why Haditha Happened

Death on the Living Room Floor

Walt Whitman on C-SPAN, Fox News and Wolf Blitzer’s Voice

Why Steve Kurtz’s Colleagues Refused to Testify to the Grand Jury

Harry Levin and the Penultimate Manuscript of Finnegans Wake

Bush Gets Testy About Torture

Maybe the Dumbest US Senator of the All

The Great Conspirator Turns 85

Gott Mit Uns

An Open Letter to Naderites

Separated at Birth?

The Collaboration of Robert S. McNamara and Errol Morris on Fog of War

Making the Shit List

Newark, Jews and the Boy on the White Horse

The Desaparedicos of George W. Bush

An Account of One Soldier’s War

Media and War, Bringing It All Back Home

Midge Decter and the Taxi Driver

On Charles Burnett’s "Warming By the Devil’s Fire"

Addio Alle Armi

The Little Deaths

How the New York Times Pimps for Bush White House

Third and Arizona, Santa Monica

Buffalo Cops Wage War on Pedal Pushers

How Fear Curdles the Soul

Bill Kunstler’s Last Big Speech

Jews Like Us

Hating Wolf Blitzer’s Voice

Desert Storms

Why Protest? Why Write?

Elegy for Two Giraffes and a Zebra

Killing an Oak Tree