List of Publications
“Jihad in a World of Sovereigns: Law, Violence, and Islam in the Bosnia Crisis.” *Law & Social Inquiry* [forthcoming].
“Offshoring the Army: Migrant Workers and the U.S. Military.” *UCLA Law Review* 62(1), Winter 2015, pp. 124-174.
“Capital, Migration, Intervention: Rethinking Gulf Islamic Charities.” In *Gulf Charities and Islamic Philanthropy in the “Age of Terror” and Beyond*, eds. Robert Lacey & Jonathan Benthall (Berlin: Gerlach Press, 2014), pp. 375-386.
“Taking the Place of Martyrs: Afghans and Arabs Under the Banner of Islam.” *Arab Studies Journal* 20(1), Spring 2012, pp. 12-39.
“A Universal Enemy?: ‘Foreign Fighters’ and Legal Regimes of Exclusion and Exemption Under the ‘Global War on Terror.’” *Columbia Human Rights Law Review* 41(2), Winter 2010, pp. 355-428.
“The Gaza Strip as Laboratory: Notes in the Wake of Disengagement.” *Journal of Palestine Studies* 35(2), Winter 2006, pp. 38-55.
“Migrant Workers and the U.S. Military in the Middle East.” *Middle East Report *275, Fall 2015 [forthcoming].
“Empire Records” [book review of *Guantánamo Diary* by Mohamedou Ould Slahi], *The New Inquiry*, March 25, 2015.
“In Guantánamo, Offshoring Prisoners and Workers Alike,” *Anthropology News*, September 2013.
“Strasbourg’s Bosnia Ruling Holds Lessons for Everyone,” *Balkan Insight*, February 9, 2012.
“‘Afghan Arabs,’ Real and Imagined,” *Middle East Report* 260, Fall 2011, pp. 2-7.
“Occupation Law and the One-State Reality,” *Jadaliyya *Ezine, August 2, 2011. Reprinted in *Aborted State? The UN Initiative and New Palestinian Junctures*, eds. Noura Erakat & Mouin Rabbani (Washington: Tadween Publishing, 2013).
“Hunting the ‘Out-of-Place Muslim,’” *SAMAR – South Asian Magazine for Action and Reflection*, May 31, 2011.
“What the Guantánamo Leaks Won’t Reveal,” Al Jazeera English, April 25, 2011.
“Disengagement and the Frontiers of Zionism,” *Middle East Report Online*, February 18, 2008.
Darryl Li is an anthropologist and attorney, currently Associate Research Scholar at Yale Law School. His work ties together themes of empire, war, race, migration, and law with a transregional perspective on the Middle East.
Darryl's first book project, currently under contract with Stanford University Press, is on transnational jihad groups and their relationship with the international legal order, focusing on Arab "foreign fighters" in the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia-Herzegovina. He is at work on a second project on migrant military labor -- colonial soldiers, mercenaries, contractors, and advisers -- in the greater Indian Ocean over the long twentieth century.
Darryl has also participated in the legal representation of detainees and torture survivors in the "War on Terror." He is licensed to practice law in the state of New York.