Critical Race Theory PDF by Richard Delgado

Critical Race Theory PDF by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic: This book indicates, not only racecrits but also queercrits, LatCrits, and critical race feminists seek to reveal and challenge the practices of subordination facilitated and permitted by legal discourse and legal institutions. And, finally, the audience has grown.

Critical race theory has exploded from a narrow subspecialty of jurisprudence chiefly of interest to academic lawyers into a literature read in departments of education, cultural studies, English, sociology, comparative literature, political science, history, and anthropology around the country.

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Name on Cover: Critical Race Theory An Introduction
Author: Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
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Language: English
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The Critical Race Theory (CRT) movement is a collection of activists and scholars interested in studying and transforming the relationship among race, racism, and power.

The movement considers many of the same issues that conventional civil rights and ethnic studies discourses take up, but places them in a broader perspective that includes economics, history, context, group- and self-interest, and even feelings and the unconscious.

Unlike traditional civil rights, which embraces incrementalism and step-by-step progress, critical race theory questions the very foundations of the liberal order, including equality theory, legal reasoning, Enlightenment rationalism, and neutral principles of constitutional law.

Foreword by Angela Harris
I. Introduction

    A. What Is Critical Race Theory?
    B. Early Origins
    C. Relationship to Other Movements
    D. Principal Figures
    E. Spin-off Movements
    F. Basic Tenets of Critical Race Theory
    G. How Much Racism Is There in the World?
    H. Organization of This Book

Questions and Comments for Chapter I
Suggested Readings

II. Hallmark Critical Race Theory Themes

    A. Interest Convergence, Material
    Determinism, and Racial Realism
    B. Revisionist History
    C. Critique of Liberalism
    D. Structural Determinism

      1. Tools of Thought and the Dilemma of
      Law Reform
      2. The Empathic Fallacy
      Classroom Exercise
      3. Serving Two Masters
      4. Race Remedies Law as a Homeostatic Device
      Questions and Comments for Chapter II
      Suggested Readings

III. Legal Storytelling and Narrative Analysis

    A. Opening a Window onto Ignored or
    Alternative Realities
    B. Counterstorytelling
    C. Cure for Silencing
    D. Storytelling in Court
    E. Storytelling on the Defensive

Questions and Comments for Chapter III
Suggested Readings

IV. Looking Inward

    A. Intersectional I
    B. Essentialism and Anti-Essentialism
    C. Nationalism versus Assimilation
    Classroom Exercise

Questions and Comments for Chapter IV
Suggested Readings

V. Power and the Shape of Knowledge

    A. The Black-White Binary
    B. Critical White Studies
    Classroom Exercise
    C. Other Developments: Latino and Asian
    Critical Thought, Critical Race
    Feminism, Queer-Crit Theory

Questions and Comments for Chapter V
Suggested Readings

VI. Critiques and Responses to Criticism

    Classroom Exercise
    Questions and Comments for Chapter VI
    Suggested Readings

VII. Critical Race Theory Today

    A. The 1990s
    B. Capitalism on the Rampage
    1. Unmasking Color Blindness
    2. Race, Class, Welfare, and Poverty
    3. Globalization
    C. Power
    D. Identity
    Classroom Exercise

Questions and Comments for Chapter VII
Suggested Readings

VIII. Conclusion

    A. The Future
    B. A Critical Race Agenda for the New Century 131
    C. Likely Responses to Critical Race Theory

      1. Critical Race Theory Becomes the
      New Civil Rights Orthodoxy
      2. Critical Race Theory Marginalized
      and Ignored
      3. Critical Race Theory Analyzed,
      but Rejected
      4. Partial Incorporation

Classroom Exercise
Questions and Comments for Chapter VIII

    Suggested Readings
    Glossary of Terms
    About the Authors

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