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Elizabeth M. Iglesias

Elizabeth M. Iglesias
Professor of Law
Director of The Center for Hispanic and Caribbean Legal Studies
J.D. 1988, Yale Law School

Telephone: 305-284-4050   |   Office: G269
E-mail: eiglesia@law.miami.edu
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Foreword, Article II: The Uses and Abuses of Executive Power, 62 U. Miami L. Rev. 181 (2008).

Toward Progressive Conceptions of Black Manhood: LatCrit and Critical Race Feminist Reflections, in Progressive Black Masculinities 55 (Athena D. Mutua, ed., 2006).

LatCrit at Five: Institutionalizing a Post-Subordination Future, 78 Denver University Law Review 1249-1333 (2001) (with Francisco Valdes)

LatCrit Theory: Notes Towards a Transatlantic Dialogue, 9 U. MIAMI INT'L & COMP. L. REV. 1 (2000).

Expanding Directions, Exploding Parameters: Culture and Nation in LatCrit Coalitional Imagination, 33 U. MICH. J.L. REFORM. 203-32; 5 MICH. J. RACE & L. 787-816 (2000) (with Francisco Valdes).

Institutionalizing Economic Justice: A LatCrit Perspective on the Imperatives of Linking the Reconstruction of "Community" to the Transformation of Legal Structures that Institutionalize the Depoliticization and Fragmentation of Labor/Community Solidarity, 2 U. PA. J. LAB. & EMP. L. 755-88 (2000).

Global Markets, Racial Spaces and the Role of Critical Race Theory in the Struggle for Community Control of Investment: An Institutional Class Analysis, 45 VILL. L. REV. 1037 (2000).

Foreword: Democracy, Identity, Communicative Power, Inter/National Labor Rights and the Evolution of LatCrit Theory and Community, 53 U. MIAMI L. REV. 575-682 (1999) (2000).

Afterword: Religion, Gender, Sexuality, Race and Class in Coalitional Theory: A Critical and Self-Critical Analysis of LatCrit Social Justice Agendas, 19 UCLA CHICANO-LATINO L. REV. 503-88 (1998) (with Francisco Valdes).

Maternal Power and the Deconstruction of Male Supremacy in THE LATINO CONDITION: A CRITICAL READER, Richard Delgado & Jean Stefancic, eds. (1998).

Out of the Shadow: Marking Intersections In/Between Emerging Asian Critical Legal Scholarship and LatCrit Theory, 40 B.C.L. REV. 349-83; 19 B.C. THIRD WORLD L. REV. 349-83 (1998).

Rape, Race and Representation: The Power of Discourse, Discourses of Power and the Reconstruction of Heterosexuality, 49 VAND. L. REV. 869-991 (1996). Reprinted in part as Maternal Power and the Deconstruction of Male Supremacy, in THE LATINO CONDITION: A CRITICAL READER (R. Delgado & J. Stefancic, eds. 1997). Reprinted in part in WOMEN AND THE LAW, 2d edition (J. Greenberg, M. Minow, & D. Roberts, eds.) (1998).

The Inter-Subjectivity of Objective Justice: A Theory and Praxis for Constructing LatCrit Coalitions, 2 HARVARD LATINO L. REV. 467 (1997).

Foreword: International Law, Human Rights and LatCrit Theory, 28 U. MIAMI INTER-AM. L. REV. 177-213 (1996-97).

International Economic Law and Human Rights Enforcement: Locating Latinas/os in the Linkage Debate, 28 U. MIAMI INTER-AM. L. REV. 361-86 (1996-97).

Structures of Subordination, in CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM (Adrien K. Wing ed., 1996).