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Introduction: LatCrit Theory: Mapping It's Intellectual and Political Foundations and Future Self-Critical Directions


Margaret E. Montoya


University of New Mexico School of Law

1999

University of Miami Law Review, Vol. 53, No. 4, 1999
Introduction to symposium group: Mapping Intellectual/Political Foundations and Future Self Critical Directions, 1999

Abstract:     
The third annual gathering of LatCrit scholars has resulted in this cluster of essays and articles that continue the work of defining the foundations and the future directions of this legal scholarship movement. As described in some of the articles within this cluster, LatCrit has had the benefit of learning valuable lessons from other slightly older schools of critical legal theory, most particularly from the Critical Race Theory ("CRT") Workshop. The LatCrit movement has been strengthened because scholars identified primarily with CRT working with and alongside scholars identified primarily with LatCrit have struggled to recognize, name and address the hetero-normativity and racial binarism which plague the U.S. society and its structures, even progressive groups.

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Keywords: LatCrit, Critical Race Theory, Symposium


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Date posted: January 10, 2016  

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Montoya, Margaret E., Introduction: LatCrit Theory: Mapping It's Intellectual and Political Foundations and Future Self-Critical Directions (1999). University of Miami Law Review, Vol. 53, No. 4, 1999. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2712774

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Margaret E. Montoya (Contact Author)
University of New Mexico School of Law ( email )
1117 Stanford, N.E.
Albuquerque, NM New Mexico 87131
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