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Antigona: A Voice Rebuking Power
(University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2007)
Border Crossing in an Age of Border Patrols: Cruzando Fronteras Metaforicas
(University of New Mexico School of Law, 1996)
Article briefly describes how the United States - Mexico border was defined, explains how borders have become a ubiquitous metaphor for cross-disciplinary scholarship, and previews symposium articles.
LatCrit at Ten Years
(Chicano-Latino Law Review, School of Law, University of California at Los Angeles, 2006)
Lines of Demarcation in a Town Called Frontera: A Review of John Sayles' Movie Lone Star
(University of New Mexico School of Law, 1997)
Defending the Future Voices of Critical Race Feminism
(University of California Davis, 2006)
'Latinas/os' and the Politics of Knowledge Production: LatCrit Scholarship and Academic Activism as Social Justice Action
(Indiana State Bar Association, 2008)
In this article, Professors Montoya and Valdes examine various ways of developing Latina/o legal studies in the United States. As background, they first outline and examine the three main models of knowledge-production ...
Class in LatCrit: Theory and Praxis in a World of Economic Inequality (Foreword)
(Denver University Law Review, 2001)
The fifth annual Latina/o critical legal theory ("LatCrit") conference was held on May 4-7, 2000 in Breckenridge, Colorado. The mountain resorts of Colorado present an almost metaphorical location for a critical theory ...
Afterword: 'Latina/os' and Latina/o Legal Studies: A Critical and Self-Critical Review of LatCrit Theory and Legal Models of Knowledge Production
(Florida International University Law Review, 2009)
Co-authored with Francisco Valdes. For the twelfth time in as many years, the LatCrit community convened its annual conference to underscore the importance of location and locality in the work that we do. The conference ...
Who Gets in? The Quest for Diversity after Grutter
(Buffalo Law Review, 2004)
Transcript of The 2004 James McCormick Mitchell Lecture. On March 8, 2004, the University at Buffalo Law School hosted its annual Mitchell Lecture,1 a panel discussion entitled, "Who Gets In? The Quest for Diversity ...
Máscaras y Trenzas: Reflexiones. Un Proyecto de Identidad y Analysis a Través de Veinte Años (Masks and Braids: Reflections, A Project on Identity and Analysis Over Twenty Years)
(Harvard Journal of Law and GenderUCLA Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review, 2014)
This article uses Critical Race Theory and LatCrit methodologies, vocabulary, categories, and pedagogical approaches. In this Section, titled “On Mascaras,” I am grappling with race (and gender secondarily) in public ...