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Conf.: Critical Race Theory, Yale 8.-9.2.13

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  • Andreas Umland
    Critical Race Theory: From the Academy to the Community Conference  Yale Law School 127 Wall Street New Haven, CT 06511 February 8-9, 2013 Registration is now
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 22, 2012
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      Critical Race Theory: From the Academy to the Community Conference 
      Yale Law
      School
      127 Wall
      Street
      New
      Haven, CT 06511
      February
      8-9, 2013
      Registration
      is now live!
      http://yalecrt.eventbrite.com/
      Registration
      is free for members of the Yale community!
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      Following
      the success of the last critical race theory conference held at Yale in 2009,
      Yale Law School is proud to host the Critical Race Theory: From the Academy to
      the Community conference on Friday, February 8, 2013 and Saturday, February 9,
      2013. The conference is sponsored by the Zelia & Oscar Ruebhausen and
      Debevoise & Plimpton Student Fund at Yale Law School, the American Studies
      Department, the Public Humanities Initiative, and La Casa Cultural at Yale
      College.
      The
      conference will convene scholars, legal practitioners, and community leaders to
      examine the ways in which critical race theory can be applied to scholarly
      work, legal practice, social justice advocacy and community based movements.
      Confirmed speakers include Devon Carbado, Sumi Cho, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Lani
      Guinier, Cheryl Harris, Tanya Hernandez, Charles Lawrence, Gary Peller, and
      Gerald Torres.
      In 2009,
      Yale Law School hosted a highly successful conference that explored the
      insights of critical race theory, as applied to immigration law. We look
      forward to continuing these conversations and exploring the role of CRT in
      other contexts at this February’s conference.
      For more
      information about programming, travel, accommodations, and more, please visit
      our website at http://www.law.yale.edu/news/crt2013.htm. Any questions or
      comments may be directed to crt.conference@....
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