Second and Third LatCrit South-North Exchange on Theory, Culture, and Law, San Juan, Puerto Rico

LAW, CULTURE AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLE: COMPARATIVE AND CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES

Foreword

CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS ON NATIONALISM, SELF-DETERMINATION, INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, GLOBALIZATION AND COLONIALISM: REFLECTIONS  ON THE SOUTH-NORTH EXCHANGE, 2004 & 2005 Yanira Reyes Gil

ESSAYS

CONSTITUTIONS AND INSTITUTIONS: JUSTICE, IDENTITY, AND REFORM

JUDICIAL REVIEW OF CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS IN THE BRAZILIAN SUPREME  COURT Conrado Hubner Mendes

ACCESSING  JUSTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA Anashri Pillay

FOR AND AGAINST JOHN RAWLS: REFLECTIONS  ON SOUTH-NORTH CITIZENSHIP Greg M. Nielsen

SPAIN  GAZING: POSTCOLONIAL ASPIRATIONS, NEOCOLONIAL SYSTEMS  AND POSTPONED RECKONINGS- QUERIES FROM THE MARGINS Francisco Valdes

INDIGENITY AND THE STATE:COMPARATIVE CRITIQUES

THE PRINCIPLE OF POLITICAL UNITY AND CULTURAL MINORITIES’ SELF-GOVERNMENT Daniel Bonilla

THE INDIGENOUS CLAIM FOR RECOGNITION IN THE INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC SPHERE Ronald Niezen

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE,  RIGHTS, AND THE STATE IN ARGENTINA Claudia Lozano

INDIGENOUS SELF-DETERMINATION IN LATIN AMERICA Angel R. Oquendo


HUMANS AND RIGHTS: COLONIALISM, COMMERCE, AND GLOBALIZATION

GLOBALIZATION, NATIONALISM, & HUMAN RIGHTS Paul H. Brietzke
RECONSTITUTING  CONSTITUTIONS¬≠ INSTITUTIONS AND CULTURE: THE  MEXICAN CONSTITUTION  AND NAFTA: HUMAN RIGHTS VIS-A-VIS COMMERCE Imer B. Flores

GLOBALIZATION  AND URBAN OPPORTUNITIES IN THE IMMIGRANT CITYSCAPE Jose Miguel Flores