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Foreword: Racist Speech On Campus, Kingsley R. Browne Jan 1991

Foreword: Racist Speech On Campus, Kingsley R. Browne

Law Faculty Research Publications

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Minority Law Teachers Conference, Beverly I. Moran Jan 1991

Minority Law Teachers Conference, Beverly I. Moran

Vanderbilt Law School Faculty Publications

The 1990 Minority Law Teachers Conference was dedicated to expanding the number of minorities in law teaching. To this end, the volume addresses a wide variety of concerns for new and veteran teachers including: teaching, scholarship, service, diversity and recruitment. The volume remains one of the most comprehensive statements of minority law professors about their role in the academy.


“Make The Ring In Your Mind” (Book Review), Emily A. Hartigan Jan 1991

“Make The Ring In Your Mind” (Book Review), Emily A. Hartigan

Faculty Articles

aking All the Difference, by Martha Minow, promised to render the multiple differences of race, gender, disability, and orientation, part of a whole discourse on difference. In this, the book is a success. Yet, the contradiction which Minow’s ideas play with her genre is bothersome. It is not that her way of writing is not valuable. Minow is remarkably lucid. But what she names at the outset—a relational approach, with a sensitivity to boundaries—she does not deliver. That conundrum, and why it seems to be—but is not—the unavoidable dilemma of the gifted female scholar in ...


Quantum Leap: A Black Woman Uses Legal Education To Obtain Her Honorary White Pass, Beverly I. Moran Jan 1991

Quantum Leap: A Black Woman Uses Legal Education To Obtain Her Honorary White Pass, Beverly I. Moran

Vanderbilt Law School Faculty Publications

The nature of privilege is that it is hidden from those who possess it even more than it is hidden from those who lack privilege. Privilege's invisibility to its owner makes privilege difficult to both identify and fight.