Tenth Annual LatCrit Symposium


Foreword

LatCrit at Ten Years
by Margaret Montoya


Articles

Getting Back to Basics: Some Thoughts on Dignity, Materialism and Culture of Racial Equality
by Christopher A. Bracey


Postcoloniality and Mythologies of Civil(ized) Society
by Tayyab Mahmud

War of a Much Different Kind: Poverty and the Possessive Investment in Color in the Multiracial 1960s United States
by Tom I. Romero II

Class Struggle and Resistance Against the Transformation of Land Ownership and Usage in Northern New Mexico: The Case of Las Gorras Blancas
by Mary Romero


Remembering Chavez Ravine: Culture Clash and Critical Race Theater
by David G. Garcia


The Rebel Democracy: A look Into the Relationship Between the Mapuche People and the Chilean State
by Jorge Contesse-Singh


At the Intersection of Post-911 Immigration Practices and Domestic Policies: Can Katrina Serve as a Catalyst for Change?
By Michele Alexandre

Women Lawyers of All Colors Steered to Contingent Positions in Law Schools and Law Firms
by Marina Angel

Naming Racism: A Conceptual Look at Internalized Racism in U.S. Schools
by Lindsay Perez Huber, Robin N. Johnson, & Rita Kohli


Alfredo’s Caribbean Adventure: LatCrit Theory, Narratives, and the Politics of Exclusion
by Alfredo Mirande

Afterword

LatCrit X Afterword: Beyond the First Decade: A Forward-Looking History of LatCrit Theory, Community and Praxis
by Berta Hernandez-Truyol, Angela Harris, & Francisco Valdes



Berkeley La Raza Law Journal, Boalt Hall School of Law


Introduction
By Charles R. P. Pouncy

Articles

Endogenous Growth Theory, Status Quo Efficiency, and Globalization
by Steven A. Ramirez


Ecological Economics: A progressive Paradigm?
by Kristen A. Sheeran

Cornel West, Meet Richard Posner: Towards a Critical-Neoclassical Synthesis
by Francisco E. Guerra-Pujol

Economic Paradigms and Latin American Development Theory: The Search for Nirvana
by Rafael a. Porrata-Doria, Jr.

Deconstructing the Mythology of Free Trade: Critical Reflections on Comparative Advantage
by Carmen G. Gonzalez


Contemplating the WTO from the Margins
by Ruth Gordon

Trade Negotiations or Trade Capitulations: An African Experience
by Patricia Michelle Lenaghan

Economic Globalization Ascendant and the Crisis of the State: Four Perspectives on the Emerging Ideology of the State in the New Global Order
by Larry Cata Backer


Afterword

LatCrit X Afterword: Beyond the First Decade: A Forward-Looking History of LatCrit Theory, Community and Praxis
by Berta Hernandez-Truyol, Angela Harris, & Francisco Valdes