Academic Year 2014-2015

9/14
Barbara Flagg, “Was Blind But Now I See: White Race Consciousness & the Requirement of Discriminatory Intent”

10/14
jon a. powell, Racing to Justice, Ch.5 (“White Innocence and the Courts: Jurisprudential Devices that Obscure Privilege”)

12/14
Reva Siegel, “Equality Divided”

2/15
Angela Harris, “Equality Trouble: Sameness and Difference in Twentieth-Century Race Law”

Academic Year 2013-2014

9/13-12/13
Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow

1/14
Catherine Smith, “Queer as Black Folk”

2/14 (Special Campus-Wide Session)
Osagie Obasogie, Race through the Eyes of the Blind

3/14
Natsu Saito, Meeting the Enemy: American Exceptionalism and International Law, chapters 1, 8, & 9.

4/14
The Possessive Interest in Whiteness: How White People Profit from Identity Politics, by George Lipsitz – chapters 1, 2 & 10.