Thirteenth Annual LatCrit Symposium

Proceedings from: LatCrit XIII: Representation and Republican Governance: Critical Interrogation of Electoral Systems and the Exercise of the Franchise , Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, Washington, October 2-4, 2008

Foreword by Christian M. Haliburton

Connecting Place, Identity, & Politics

Cluster Introduction: Space, Subordination, and Political Subjects by Tayyab Mahmud

An Outline of a Global Political Subject: Reading Evo Morales’s Election as a (Post) Colonial Event by Denise Ferreira da Silva

The End of Republican Governance and the Rise of Imperial Cities by Jose Maria Monzon

Representative Democracy in Rural America: Race, Gender, and Class Through a Localism Lens by Jacquelyn Bridgeman, Gracie Lawson-Borders & Margaret Zamudio

Education & Pedagogy

Cluster Introduction: Education and Pedagogy: Disciplinary and the critical Education Tradition in LatCrit Theory by Marc-Tizoc Gonzalez

Rebellious Knowledge Production, Academic Activism & Outsider Democracy: From Principles to Practice in LatCrit Theory, 1995 – 2008 by Francisco Valdes

Using Socio-Economics and Binary Economics to Serve the Interests of Poor and Working People: What Critical Scholars Can Do To Help by Robert Ashford

The Exclusion of Race from Mandated Continuing Legal Education Requirements: A Critical Race Theory Analysis by Lorenzo Bowman, Tonette Rocco & Elizabeth Peterson

Our Experiences, Our Methods: Using Grounded Theory to Inform a Critical Race Theory Methodology by Maria C. Malagon, Lindsay Perez Huber & Veronica N. Velez

Maps, Mapmaking, and Critical Pedagogy: Exploring GIS and Maps as a Teaching Tool for Social Change by Denise Pacheco & Veronica N. Velez

Afterword: Change and Continuity: An Introduction to the LatCrit Taskforce Recommendation by Marc-Tizoc Gonzalez, Yanira Reyez-Gil, Belkys Torres & Charles R. Venator-Santiago