Tuesday, May 11, 2021

New Articles: UCLA Law Review's Issue on Transnational Legal Discourse on Race and Empire

The UCLA Law Review recently published a full issue on Transnational Legal Discourse on Race and Empire.  All of the articles in that issue resulted from its January 2020 law review symposium featuring Third World Approaches to International Law scholars and Critical Race Theory scholars engaged in collaboration.

UCLA Law Review Volume 67, Issue 6 is available here.  Wadie E. Said writes The Destabilizing Effect of Terrorism in the International Human Rights Regime, Adelle Blackett with Alice Duquesnoy write Slavery Is Not a Metaphor: U.S. Prison Labor and Racial Subordination Through the Lens of the ILO’s Abolition of Forced Labor Convention, and E. Tendayi Achiume, UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance and professor of Law at UCLA, writes Race and Empire: Legal Theory Within, Through, and Across National Borders and Critical Race Theory Meets Third World Approaches to International Law. There's lots more and it is all worth a read. 

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/human_rights/2021/05/new-articles-ucla-law-reviews-issue-on-transnational-legal-discourse-on-race-and-empire.html

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