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Kimberlé Crenshaw
PUBLICATIONS
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Seeing Race Again: Countering Colorblindness Across the Disciplines

(edited by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Luke Charles Harris, Daniel Martinez HoSang, and George Lipsitz). University of California Press (2019)

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Critical Race Theory

(edited by Kimberlé Crenshaw, et al.). New Press (1995)

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Words that Wound: Critical Race Theory, Assaultive Speech and the First Amendment

(with Mari J. Matsuda, et al.).

Westview (1993).

OP-EDs

2020 Taught Us: The Impact Of State Violence On Black Women Could Not Be Ignored

Essence

(12/30/2020)

The Unacceptable Costs of Appeasing MAGA Nation

The New Republic

(12/21/2020)

Don’t Reboot the 2016 Horror Show

The New Republic

(10/23/2020)

Breonna Taylor and Bearing Witness to Black Women’s Expendability

Medium

(10/9/2020)

Fear of a Black Uprising

The New Republic

(8/13/2020)

The Unmattering of Black Lives

The New Republic

(5/21/2020)

When Blackness Is a Preexisting Condition

The New Republic

(5/4/2020)

Seeing No Evil

The New Republic

(3/25/2020)

Naming the Threat

The New Republic

(1/2/2020)

The Precarity Of Black Girls’ Lives

Essence

(7/10/2020)

‘You Promised You Wouldn’t Kill Me’

NY Times

(10/28/2019)

How Men Distort the Race Debate

The New Republic

(10/25/2019)

The Destructive Politics of White Amnesia

The New Republic

(8/6/2019)

Racial Terror and the Second Repeal of Reconstruction

The New Republic

(5/29/2019)

We Still Haven’t Learned From Anita Hill’s Testimony

NY Times

(9/27/2018)

Beyond Racism and Misogyny

Boston Review

(10/24/2017)

Why Intersectionality Can’t Wait

Washington Post

(9/24/2015)

Don’t Let the Gender Gap Overshadow Deeper Racial and Economic Disparities

Chronicle of Higher Education

(10/27/2014)

ARTICLES & CHAPTERS
  • How Colorblindness Flourished in the Age of Obama, in Seeing Race Again: Countering Colorblindness across the Disciplines, (edited by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Luke Charles Harris, Daniel Martinez HoSang, and George Lipsitz, University of California Press, 2019).

  • Unmasking Colorblindness in the Law: Lessons from the Formation of Critical Race Theory, in Seeing Race Again: Countering Colorblindness across the Disciplines, (edited by Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Luke Charles Harris, Daniel Martinez HoSang, and George Lipsitz, University of California Press, 2019).

  • An Intersectional Critique of Tiers of Scrutiny: Beyond “Either/Or” Approaches to Equal Protection (with Devon W. Carbado), 129 The Yale Law Journal Forum 108 (2019). Full Text

  • We Still Have not Learned from Anita Hill's Testimony, 26 UCLA Women's Law Journal 17 (2019). Full Text

  • Race Liberalism and the Deradicalization of Racial Reform, 130 Harvard Law Review 2298 (2017).

  • Toward a Field of Intersectionality Studies: Theory, Applications, and Praxis (with Sumi Cho and Leslie McCall), 38 (4) Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 785 (2013).

  • Keeping Up With Jim Jones: Pioneer, Taskmaster, Architect, Trailblazer, 2013 Wisconsin Law Review 703 (2013). Full Text

  • From Private Violence to Mass Incarceration: Thinking Intersectionally About Women, Race, and Social Control, 59 UCLA Law Review 1418 (2012). Full Text

  • Race, Reform and Retrenchment: Transformation and Legitimation in Antidiscrimination Law, 12 German Law Review 247 (2011).

  • Twenty Years of Critical Race Theory: Looking Back to Move Forward, 43 Connecticut Law Review 1253-1352 (2011). Full Text

  • Close Encounters of Three Kinds: On Teaching Dominance, Feminism, and Intersectionality, 46 Tulsa Law Review 151-89 (2010). Symposium: Catharine MacKennon. Full Text

  • Framing Affirmative Action, 105 Michigan Law Review First Impressions 123 (2007).

  • A Black Feminist Critique of Antidicrimination Law, in Philosophical Problems in the Law, 339-343 4th ed. (edited by David M. Adams, Wadsworth, 2005).

  • The First Decade: Critical Reflections, or “A Foot in the Closing Door”, 49 UCLA Law Review 1343-72 (2002).

  • Opening Remarks: Reclaiming Yesterday’s Future, 47 UCLA Law Review 1459-65 (2000).

  • Playing Race Cards: Constructing a Pro-active Defense of Affirmative Action, 16 National Black Law Journal 196-214 (2000).

  • Foreword, in Black Men on Race, Gender and Sexuality: A Critical Reader, (edited by Devon W. Carbado, New York University Press, 1999).

  • The Contradictions of Mainstream Constitutional Theory (with Gary Peller), 45 UCLA Law Review 1683-1715 (1998). Symposium: Voices of the People:  Essays on Constitutional Democracy In Memory of Professor Julian N. Eule.

  • Color-blind Dreams and Racial Nightmares: Reconfiguring Racism in the Post-Civil Rights Era, in Birth of A Nation`hood: Gaze, Script and Spectacle in the O.J. Simpson Trial, (edited by Toni Morrison and Claudia Brodsky LaCour, Pantheon Books, 1997).

  • Panel Presentation on Cultural Battery, 25 University of Toledo Law Review 891-901 (1994).

  • Beyond Racism and Misogyny: Black Feminism and 2 Live Crew, in Words That Wound: Critical Race Theory, Assualtive Speech and the First Amendment, (Westview, 1993). Also published in Feminist Social Thought: A Reader (edited by Diana Tietjens Meyers, Routledge (1998).

  • Reel Time/Real Justice (with Gary Peller), 70 Denver University Law Review 283-96 (1993). Colloquy:  Racism in the Wake of the Los Angeles Riots.

  • Race, Gender, and Sexual Harassment, 65 Southern California Law Review 1467-76 (1992).

  • Running from Race (Commentary on the Democrats’ Discourse on Race) (with Gary Peller), 7 Taken 13-17 (1992).

  • Whose Story Is It, Anyway? Feminist and Antiracist Appropriations of Anita Hill, in Race-ing Justice, En-gendering Power, 402-40 (edited by Toni Morrison, Pantheon Books, 1992).

  • Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Color, 43 Stanford Law Review 1241-99 (1991). Women of Color at the Center:  Selections from the Third National Conference on Women of Color and the Law.

  • Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Doctrine, Feminist Theory and Antiracist Politics, 1989 University of Chicago Legal Forum 139-67 (1989). Reprinted in The Politics of Law:  A Progressive Critique 195-217 (2nd ed., edited by David Kairys, Pantheon, 1990).

  • Toward a Race-Conscious Pedagogy in Legal Education (Foreword: Voting Rights: Strategies for Legal and Community Action), 11 National Black Law Journal 1-14 (1989).

  • Race, Reform, and Retrenchment: Transformation and Legitimation in Antidiscrimination Law, 101 Harvard Law Review 1331-87 (1988). Reprinted in Critical Legal Thought:  An American-German Debate (edited by Christian Joerges and David M. Trubek, Nomos, 1989).

  • The Court's Denial of Racial Societal Debt, 40-DEC Human Rights 12 (2013).

  • Ahead to the Past: The Politics of Plessy, 3 Black Renaissance/Renaissance Noir 8 (2001).

  • Book Review: Stranger Than Fiction, 15 California Lawyer 63-67 (1995). Reviewing Strange Justice: The Selling of Clarence Thomas, by Jane Mayer and Jill Abramson.

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