Sixteenth Annual LatCrit Symposium

Global Justice: Theories, Histories, Futures

California Western International Law Journal

Foreword

GLOBAL JUSTICE, HISTORY, AND LAW: BETWEEN FELA'S TEACHERS TEACHING "NONSENSE" AND BOB MARLEY'S "SMALL AxE" FOR A BIG TREE
Ernesto Hernandez-Lopez

GLOBAL INJUSTICE, PAST AND FUTURE: EXAMPLES FROM ARAB UPRISINGS, INTERNATIONAL LAW, AND TORTURE

CLUSTER INTRODUCTION
Gil Gott

WHERE HAS THEORY GONE? SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT GLOBAL JUSTICE
Jose Maria Monzon

LATCRIT AND TWAIL
Antony Anghie

PAX   ARABICA?:   PROVISIONAL SOVEREIGNTY AND  INTERVENTION IN  THE ARAB UPRISINGS
Asli Btili and Aziz Rana

TORTURE IN CHILE (1973-1990):  ANALYSIS OF ONE HUNDRED SURVIVORS' TESTIMONIES
Hugo Rojas Corral

PUERTO RiCO: INTERROGATING ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, AND LINGUISTIC INJUSTICE

CLUSTER INTRODUCTION
Pedro A. Malavet

LANGUAGE RIGHTS IN CRIMINAL AND CIVIL COURT PROCEEDINGS: THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION IN SPAIN VS. PUERTO RICO
Cynthia M.  Costas-Centivany

COLD WAR CIVIL RIGHTS: THE PUERTO RICAN DIMENSION
Charles R. Venator-Santiago

INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS AND INJUSTICE'S  GLOBAL BORDERS

CLUSTER INTRODUCTION
Mark Harris

FROM  PAPAL  BULL  TO RACIAL  RULE:  INDIANS  OF THE AMERICAS,  RACE, AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Kim Benita Vera

MEMENTO   MORI:    POLICING   THE   MINDS    AND   BODIES   OF   INDIGENOUS LATINAS/OS IN ARIZONA
Jessica A. Solyom & Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy

THE   MUXES   OF   JUCHIT.AN:  A   PRELIMINARY   LOOK   AT  TRANSGENDER IDENTITY AND ACCEPTANCE
Alfredo Mirande


CALIFORNIA WESTERN LAW REVIEW

IMMIGRATION, CRIME, AND NED-SEGREGATION


CLUSTER INTRODUCTION- IMMIGRANT OUTSIDER, ALIEN INVADER: IMMIGRATION POLICING TODAY
Cesar Cuauhtemoc Garcia Hernandez

FROM ARIZONA'S S.B. 1070 TO GEORGIA'S H.B. 87 AND ALABAMA'S H.B. 56: EXACERBATING THE OTHER AND GENERATING NEW DISCOURSES AND PRACTICES OF SEGREGATION
William Arrocha

AMERICA'S LEGACY OF XENOPHOBIA: THE CURIOUS ORIGINS OF ARIZONA SENATE BILL 1070
Lilian Jimenez

CRIMINALIZING RACE IN THE NAME OF SECURE COMMUNITIES
Katarina Ramos

UNDER  LAW  OF COLOR: PRISONS, POST-RACISM, AND PRESENT COMPLEXIONS

CLUSTER INTRODUCTION- CONTESTABLE TERRAIN AT THE BORDERS: "BY THE TIME I GET TO ARIZONA"
Justin Hansford

THE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN MASS INCARCERATION: A BLACK (CORRECTIONS) OR BROWN (lMMIGRATION)  PLAY?
Geiza Vargas-Vargas

WHAT A LOAD OF HOPE: THE POST-RACIAL MIXTAPE
Jeremiah Chin

(RE)COMPLEXIONING A SIMPLE TALE: RACE, SPEECH, AND COLORED LEADERSHIP
Angela Mae Kupenda

BREAKING INTO THE DEAN'S OFFICE: LATINA  DEAN  PIONEERS

CLUSTER INTRODUCTION- LEGAL EDUCATION, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND THE LAW SCHOOL DEAN: LA TINAS AT THE CENTER
Margaret Montoya

HISPANIC LEADERS FOR THE LARGER COMMUNITY: THE SURGE IN THE HISPANIC POPULATION CREATES OPPORTUNITIES FOR INCREASED DIVERSITY AND INCLUSIVENESS
Leticia M.  Diaz

REFLECTIONS ABOUT LEGAL EDUCATION AND JUSTICE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF A LATINA LAW SCHOOL DEAN
Maria Pabón Lopez

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A LATINA DEAN?  REFLECTIONS FROM THE SOUTH
Helena Alviar Garcia

REFLECTIONS OF A RELUCTANT PIONEER
Jennifer L. Rosato

IMPROVING LEGAL AND LATINO EDUCATION

CLUSTER INTRODUCTION- EDUCATION AND PEDAGOGY- ON IDENTITY AND INSTRUCTION
Olympia Duhart

PRIORITIES OF PEDAGOGY: CLASSROOM JUSTICE IN THE LAW SCHOOL SETTING
Spearlt

THE LATINA/0 ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES: A POLITICAL AND EPISTEMIC CHALLENGE TO THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
Daphne V.  Taylor-Garcia

COLLOQUIUM PROCEEDINGS: CRITICAL PEDAGOGY, RACE/GENDER & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Caroline Joan ("Kay") S. Picart

AFTERWORD

COMING UP: NEW FOUNDATIONS IN LATCRIT THEORY, COMMUNITY, AND PRAXIS
Francisco Valdes