LAW 631H - Critical Race Practice

Instructor: Akilah Kinnison
Rountree 204
Mo We 5:30 PM - 7:20 PM March 16 - May 1 Spring 2020
Section 001 2 units • Pass/Fail • In Person
This course, limited to twenty students, will explore the legal history of racism in the post-colonial and post-modern West from critical race and post-colonial theoretical and practice-oriented clinical perspectives. This seminar will focus on the difficulties in defining and understanding the meanings of the term 'race;' the nature of 'racism' and racial oppression; theories of racial formation; the differing implications of colonization and immigration; the formation of stereotypes; unconscious racism; the gendered and sexualized nature of race and theories of racial identity.
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