First LatCrit Joint Symposium
Proceedings from Fist Joint Symposium published in: LatCrit Theory: Latinas/os and the Law, 10 Berkeley La Raza L.J. 1 (1998).
LatCrit Theory: Latinas/os and the Law
Francisco Valdes, Under Construction – LatCrit Consciousness, Community, and Theory
Race, Ethnicity & Nationhood
Ian F. Haney Lopez, Race, Ethnicity, Erasure: The Salience of Race to LatCrit Theory
Juan F. Perea, The Black/White Binary Paradigm of Race: The “Normal Science” of American Racial Thought
Kevin R. Johnson, “Melting Pot” or “Ring of Fire”?: Assimilation and the Mexican-American Experience
Policy, Politics & Praxis
Rachel F. Moran, What if Latinos Really Mattered in the Public Policy Debate?
Christopher David Ruiz Cameron, How the Garcia Cousins Lost Their Accents: Understanding the Language of Title VII Decisions Approving English-Only Rules as the Product of Racial Dualism, Latino Invisibility, and Legal Indeterminacy
Robert S. Chang & Keith Aoki, Centering the Immigrant in the Inter/National Imagination
Daria Roithmayr, Deconstructing the Distinction Between Bias and Merit
Jean Stefancic, Latino And Latina Critical Theory: An Annotated Bibliography
Leslie Espinoza and Angela P. Harris, Embracing the Tar-Baby – LatCrit Theory and the Sticky Mess of Race
Anthony V. Alfieri, Black And White