Symposium Proceedings from the Ninth Annual LatCrit Conference

Ninth Annual LatCrit Symposium

Countering Kulturkampf Politics Through Critique And Justice Pedagogy

Proceedings Published In Villanova Law Review

Foreword

Charles R. Venator Santiago, Countering Kulturkampf Politics Through Critique And Justice Pedagogy

Tribute to Jerome

Angela P. Harris, Under Construction

Adrienne D. Davis, Three Jeromes: A Tribute to Professor Jerome McCristal Culp Jr.

Robert S. Chang, A Call From Jerome

Scott Lee, Jerome’s Wisdom

Community Organizing and Direct Activism

Introduction, Robin Morris Collin, Community Organizing and Direct Activism

Anita Tijerina Revilla, Raza Women Meritoria

Victor C. Romero, Rethinking Minority Coalition Building: Valuing Self-Sacrifice, Stewardship, and Antisubordination

What is an Ethic of Teaching?

Introduction, Roberto L. Corrada, Toward an Ethic of Teaching: Class, Race, and the Promise of Community Engagement

Antonia Darder, Schooling and the Empire of Capital: Unleashing the Contradictions

Nelson E. Soto, Caring Relationships: Developing a Pedagogy of Caring

Fran Ansley & Cathy Cochran, Going on-Line with Justice Pedagogy: Four Ways of Looking at a Website

Methodology

Introduction, Reginald Oh, LatCrit Introduction: Methods

Imany Perry, Cultural Studies, Critical Race Theory, and Some Reflections on Methods

Mary Romero, Revisiting Outcrits with a Sociological Imagination

Nationalism

Tayyab Mahmud, Limit Horizons & Critique: Seductions and Perils of the Nation

Angel R. Oquendo, National Culture in Post-National Societies

Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol, Global Citizenship: Sovereignty, Security, and Soul

Maria Clara Dias, Moral Dimensions of Nationalism

Gil Gott, The Devil We Know: Racial Subordination and National Security Law

Afterword

Francisco Valdes, Culture by Law: Backlash as Jurisprudence

Proceedings Published in Seton Hall Law Review

Foreword

Charles R. Venator Santiago, Countering Kulturkampf Politics Through Critique and Justice Pedagogy, Race, Kulturkampf, and Immigration

Contemporary Racial Realities

Guadalupe T. Luna, Introduction: Kulturkampf Revelations, Racial Identities and Colonizing Structures

Aya Gruber, Navigating Diverse Identities: Building Coalitions Through Redistribution of Academic Capital—An Exercise in Praxis

Carla D. Pratt, Tribal Kulturkampf: The Role of Race Ideology in Constructing Native American Identity

Jacquelyn L. Bridgeman, Defining Ourselves for Ourselves

Kulturkampf

Denise Ferreira da Silva, Introduction: The Global Matrix and the Predicament of ‘Postmodernisms’: An Introduction to the Critique of Kulturkampf

Martha T. McCluskey, How Equality Became Elitist: The Cultural Politics of Economics from the Court to the “Nanny Wars”

Sylvia R. Lazos Vargas, “Kulturkampf[s]” or “fit[s] of spite”?: Taking the Academic Culture Wars Seriously

Immigration

Ediberto Roman, Introduction: Immigration and the Allure of Inclusion

María Pabón López, Reflections on Educating Latino and Latina Undocumented Children: Beyond Plyler v. Doe

Afterword

Francisco Valdes, “We Are Now of the View”: Backlash Activism, Cultural Cleansing, and the Kulturkampf to Resurrect the Old Deal

 
 
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