Leti Volpp (University of California, Berkeley, School of Law) is a well-known scholar in law and the humanities. She writes about citizenship, migration, culture and identity. Her publications include the edited volume Legal Borderlands: Law and the Construction of American Borders (with Mary Dudziak) (2006); "The Culture of Citizenship" in Theoretical Inquiries in Law (2007); and "Disappearing Acts: On Gendered Violence, Pathological Cultures and Civil Society" in PMLA (2006). She is also the author of "Divesting Citizenship: On Asian American History and the Loss of Citizenship Through Marriage" in the UCLA Law Review (2005), "The Citizen and the Terrorist" in the UCLA Law Review (2002), "Feminism versus Multiculturalism" in the Columbia Law Review (2001), “Framing Cultural Difference: Immigrant Women and Discourses of Tradition,” in differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies (2011); and “Engendering Culture: Citizenship, Identity and Belonging,” which appears in Citizenship, Borders, and Human Needs, edited by Rogers Smith(2011), among many other articles.