Connecticut Law Review Symposium

Affirmative Action: An International Perspective on a Global Dilemma

Thursday, November 6, 2003

University of Connecticut Law School

Starr Hall: Courtroom 2

65 Elizabeth Street

Hartford, Connecticut 06105-2290


FREE ADMISSION: OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


9:00-10:30am 

Affirmative Action: The Legitimacy of an International Comparison

Moderator: Richard S. Kay

George & Helen England Professor of Law

University of Connecticut School of Law


Clark D. Cunningham

W. Lee Burge Professor of Law and Ethics

Georgia State University College of Law


John David Skrentny

Professor of Sociology

University of California, San Diego


Mark V. Tushnet

Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional Law

Georgetown University Law Center



10:45-12:15pm

Affirmative Action and International Human Rights

Moderator: Laura Dickinson

Associate Professor of Law

University of Connecticut School of Law


Maria Clara Dias

Professor of Philosophy

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro


Laura Dudley Jenkins

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of Cincinnati


Celina Romany

Founder-Director

Race, Ethnicity and Gender Justice Project in the Americas



2:00-4:00pm

Affirmative Action Case Studies: Brazil, India, and South Africa

Moderator: Ángel R. Oquendo

Professor of Law

University of Connecticut School of Law


Marc Galanter

John and Rylla Bosshard Professor of Law and Professor of South Asian Studies

University of Wisconsin Law School and

Centennial Professor, Department of Law

London School of Economics


Saras Jagwanth

Professor of Law

University of Cape Town


Sunita Parikh

Associate Professor of Political Science

Washington University in St. Louis 


Seth Racusen

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Political Science

Anna Maria College

 

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