Sixth Annual LatCrit Symposium

Foreword

Guadalupe T. Luna, America Latina and Jurisprudential Associations



Cluster I

Pedro A. Malavet, LatCritical Encouters with Culture in North-South Frameworks


Jorge L. Esquirol, Continuing Fictions of Latin American Law

Michael Wallace Gordon, Legal Cultures of Latin America and The United States: Conflict or Merger

Hugo Rojas, Stop Cultural Exclusions (in Chile)!: Reflections on the Principle of Multiculturalism


Mauricio Garcia-Villegas, Symbolic Power Without Symbolic Violence?

Susan Scafidi, Old Law in the New World: SolÓrzano and the Analogical Construction of Legal Identity


Cluster II

Alice G. Abreu, Cubans Without Borders: The Possible Dream

Yvonne A. Tamayo, Cubans Without Borders: Finding Home

Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol, Building Bridges V-Cubans Without Borders: Mujeres unidas por su historia


Myra Mendible, Paradise Lost, Paradise Found: Oral Histories and the Formation of Cuban Identities

Francisco Valdes, Diaspora and Deadlock, Miami and Havana: Coming to Terms with Dreams and Dogmas


Cluster III

Introduction, Angela P. Harris, Introduction

Kevin R. Johnson, The Case of African American and Latina/o Cooperation in Challenging Racial Profiling in Law Enforcement

Alfredo MirandÉ, Is There a "Mexican Exception" to the Fourth Amendment?

Christoper Slobogin, The Poverty Exception to the Fourth Amendment


Cluster IV

Elvia R. Arriola, Comparative and Co-Constituent Constructions of Identity

Jerome McCristal Culp Jr., Seventh Aspect of Self-Hatred: Race, LatCrit, and Fighting the Status Quo

Juan F. Perea, Killing Me Softly, With His Song: Anglocentrism and Celebrating Nouveaux Latinas/os


Alejandro Covarrubias & Anita Tijerina Revilla, Agencies of Transformational Resistance


Cluster V

Robert S. Chang, Migrations, Citizens and Latinas/os: Sojourner"s Truth and Other Stories

Victor C. Romero, The Child Citizenship Act and the Family Reunification Act: Valuing the Citizen as well as the Citizen Parent

Ruben J. Garcia, Across the Borders: Immigrant Status and Identity in Law and LatCrit Theory

Camille A. Nelson, Carriers of Globalization: Loss of Home and Self Within the African Diaspora (Presently not available)


Cluster VI: Class, Economics & Social Rights

Introduction, Jane E. Larson, Class Economics, & Social Rights

Charles R. P. Pouncy, Institutional Economics and Critical/LatCrit Theory: The Need for a Critical Raced Economics


EdÉn E. Torres, Power Politics, and Pleasure: Class Differences and the Law

Claire Moore Dickerson, Culture and Trans-Border Effects: Northern Individualism Meets Third Generation Human Rights

Ellen J. Pader, Space of Hate: Ethnicity, Architecture, and Housing Discrimination

Manuel J. Caro, Tying Racism in El Ejido to Spanish and European Politics


Cluster VII: Race, Gender & Sexuality

Introduction, Sharon E. Rush, Identity Matters

Beverly A Greene, Heterosexism and Internalized Racism Among African Americans: The Connections and Considerations for African American Lesbians and Bisexual Women: A Clinical Psychological Perspective

Joe R. Feagin, White Supremacy and Mexican Americans: Rethinking the "Black-White Paradigm"

Felipe H. Lopez, The Construction of Mexican Identity

Josephine Ross, Riddle for Our Times: The Continued Refusal to Apply the Miscegenation Analogy to Same-Sex Marriage

Ofelia Schutte, Indigenous Issues and the Ethics of Dialogue in LatCrit Theory


Cluster VIII: Cultural and Post-Colonial Critiques in LatCrit Theory

Introduction, Keith Aoki, One Hundred Light Years of Solitude: The Alternative Futures of LaCrit Theory

Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Nuestra America: Reinventing a Subaltern Paradigm of Recognition and Redistribution

Adrien Katherine Wing, Healing Spirit Injuries: Human Rights in the Palestine Basic Law

Lolita K. Buckner Inniss, Bicentennial Man-The New Millennium Assimilationism and the Foreigner Among Us

Ana M. Otero, To the People Sitting in Darkness: A Resolve for Unity and Integration


Afterword

Ediberto Román, LatCrit VI: Outsider Jurisprudence and Looking Beyond Imagined Borders