Friday, May 14, 2021

Symposium: Transnational Legal Discourse on Race and Empire

The latest issue of the UCLA Law Review (Vol. 67, no. 6, April 2021) focuses on "Transnational Legal Discourse on Race and Empire." Contents include:
  • Transnational Legal Discourse on Race and Empire
    • E. Tendayi Achiume & Aslı Bâli, Race and Empire: Legal Theory Within, Through, and Across National Borders
    • E. Tendayi Achiume & Devon W. Carbado, Critical Race Theory Meets Third World Approaches to International Law
    • Adelle Blackett with Alice Duquesnoy, Slavery Is Not a Metaphor: U.S. Prison Labor and Racial Subordination Through the Lens of the ILO’s Abolition of Forced Labor Convention
    • Justin Desautels-Stein, A Prolegomenon to the Study of Racial Ideology in the Era of International Human Rights
    • Katherine Fallah & Ntina Tzouvala, Deploying Race, Employing Force: ‘African Mercenaries’ and the 2011 NATO Intervention in Libya
    • James Thuo Gathii, Writing Race and Identity in a Global Context: What CRT and TWAIL Can Learn From Each Other
    • Christopher Gevers, “Unwhitening the World”: Rethinking Race and International Law
    • Darryl Li, Genres of Universalism: Reading Race Into International Law, With Help From Sylvia Wynter
    • Sherally Munshi, Unsettling the Border
    • Vasuki Nesiah, An Un-American Story of the American Empire: Small Places, From the Mississippi to the Indian Ocean
    • Aziz Rana, Keynote Speech, UCLA Law Review Symposium 2020: Law and Empire in the American Century
    • John Reynolds, Emergency and Migration, Race and the Nation
    • Wadie E. Said, The Destabilizing Effect of Terrorism in the International Human Rights Regime
    • Matiangai Sirleaf, Racial Valuation of Diseases
    • Chantal Thomas, Race as a Technology of Global Economic Governance