Classcrits X: Mobilizing for Resistance, Solidarity and Justice
Nov. 10-11, 2017
Tulane University School of Law
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This blog is the public manifestation of the ClassCrits Project. The blog focuses on law and economic inequality from a critical legal perspective. Supported by the University at Buffalo School of Law, participants in the ClassCrits Project - and this blog in particular - hope to start a discussion that puts economic inequality at the center rather than at the margins of mainstream law. [Read More]
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Last weekend’s conference at American University Washington College of Law: “ClassCrits IV: Criminalizing Economic Inequality,” was a terrific success. Thanks to my fellow members of the organizing team, including Martha McCluskey (who took the lead role in assembling and re-assembling … Continue reading
A Critical Perspective on Economic Inequality Here are some of my initial thoughts on what distinguishes a critical view of economic inequality — a view that the idea of class may help illuminate but which also may be described by … Continue reading