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Santa Clara law review 

Santa Clara University
About: Santa Clara law review is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Human rights & Supreme court. It has an ISSN identifier of 0146-0315. Over the lifetime, 677 publications have been published receiving 2838 citations.


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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors acknowledge an intellectual debt to two colleagues, Adrienne Davis and Trina Grillo, who worked together for almost two years, writing several working papers examining privilege and subordination.
Abstract: A.B. Stanford University, 1970. I acknowledge an intellectual debt to two colleagues, Adrienne Davis and Trina Grillo. The three of us worked together for almost two years, writing several working papers examining privilege and subordination. The \"with\" designation for authorship of this essay reflects Davis' contribution in paragraphs concerning \"Isms\" language and categories, which we wrote together for the working papers. The \"I\" in this essay refers to me. Thanks to the community of people who have made my work possible, particularly Margalynne Armstrong, Marsha Berzon, Laura Brown, Phyllis Bursh, Linda Clardy, June Carbone, Walter Cohen, Adrienne Davis, Richard Delgado, Mary Dunlap, Trina Grillo, Beverly Horsburgh, Francie Kendall, Julian Kossaw, Janet Lee, Charles Lawrence, Christine Littleton, Martha Mahoney, Charles Reich, Margaret Russell, Wil Rumble, Lee Ryan, Marian Shostrom, Jean Stefancic, Michael Tobriner, Catharine Wells, and Eric Wright. A special thank you to St. Thomas University School of Law, where an earlier version of this essay was presented as the 1994 Distinguished Lecture. A small portion of this essay appears in CRITICAL RACE THEORY: THE CUTrING EDGE (Richard Delgado, ed., 1995). Another version of this essay will appear in STEPHANIE M. WILDMAN WITH CONTRIBUTIONS BY MARGALYNNE ARMSTRONG, ADRIENNE D. DAVIS, AND TRINA GRILLO, PRIVILEGE REVEALED: How INVISIBLE PREFERENCE UNDERMINES AMERICA (NYU Press, forthcoming 1996). ** Associate Professor of Law, American University, Washington College of the Law; J.D. Yale Law School, B.A. Yale University. 1. Charles R. Lawrence, III, A Dream: On Discovering the Significance of Fear, 10 NOVA L.J. 627 (1986), republished in Charles R. Lawrence, III, The Word and the River: Pedagogy as Scholarship as Struggle, 65 S. CAL. L. REV. 2231, 2231-2236 (1992).

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