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Cultural Competency and Research Positionality: Critical Race Theory

Overview

According to Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, "The critical race theory (CRT) movement is a collection of activists and scholars engaged in studying and transforming the relationship among race, racism, and power.  The movement consider 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, setting, group and self-interest, and emotions and the unconscious."

This page contains books and journals on critical race theory.

Books

Critical Race Theory Journals

The following are a selection of law journals with a specific focus on, and serve as ongoing forums for, the development of Critical Race Theory, gender and sexuality and the law, and other related topics.  These journals can help readers stay abreast of recent trends in these areas.  Click on any of the links below for the most recent issue and a full archive of each journal through HeinOnline.

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