Colloquium on International and Comparative Law (ICC), Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

International Law, Human Rights and LatCrit Theory

Foreword

Elizabeth M. Iglesias, International Law, Human Rights, And Latcrit Theory


Keynote Address

Celina Romany, Claiming A Global Identity: Latino/A Critical Scholarship And International Human Rights

Panel I

Berta Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol, Civil And Political Rights--An Introduction

Elvia R. Arriola, International Human Rights, Popular Culture, And The Faces Of Despair In Ins Raids


Kevin R. Johnson, "Aliens" And The U.S. Immigration Laws: The Social And Legal Construction Of Nonpersons


Enid Trucios-Haynes, Latcrit Theory And International Civil And Political Rights: The Role Of Transnational Identity And Migration

Panel II

Jose E. Alvarez, Critical Theory And The North American Free Trade Agreement"s Chapter Eleven

Enrique R. Carrasco, Opposition, Justice, Structuralism, And Particularity: Intersections Between Latcrit Theory And Law And Development Studies

Adrien Katherine Wing, Critical Race Feminism And The International Human Rights Of Women In Bosnia, Palestine, And South Africa: Issues For Latcrit Theory

Elizabeth M. Iglesias, Human Rights In International Economic Law: Locating Latinas/Os In The Linkage Debates


Panel III

Natsu Taylor Saito, Considering "Third Generation" International Human Rights Law In The United States

Ileana M. Porras, A Latcrit Sensibility Approaches The International: Reflections On Environmental Rights As Third Generation Solidarity Rights


Raul M. Sanchez, Mexico"s El Cuchillo Dam Project: A Case Study Of Nonsustainable Development And Transboundary Environmental Harms

Comment

David G. Schiller, Great Expectations: The North American Commission On Environmental Cooperation Review Of The Cozumel Pier Submission

Legal Memoranda

Mexico: Mexico"s Lead Phase Out Program For Petroleum Products