Patricia M. Muhammad is also an independent scholar who has written in the areas of international law, human rights law, restorative justice, migration, racial discrimination and critical race theory. She has spoken before the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland concerning human rights and reparations. She has presented her research at the University of Hull, England. Patricia has also made presentation at the University of California-Boalt Hall concerning the duality of race and religion in racial profiling. Her works have been published in quite a few reputable academic journals including the American University International Law Review, the Columbia Journal of Race and Law, the History Teacher, the New York History Journal and the Willamette Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution. Most of her research papers and book reviews may be found in the following research depositories: www.academia.edu, www.researchgate.net, www.zenodo.org and www.ssrn.com.
A downloadable list of her published academic writing may be found here:
The following is a list of academic journals, law reviews, court briefs and/or papers in which my published research papers appear: