Friday, 3/6/2009

1. Student Research Panel

Moderated by Devon Carbado - Professor of Law, UCLA

2. 20th Anniversary of the CRT Workshop

Speakers:

    • Kimberle Crenshaw - Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

3. Seeing Colorblindness

Moderated by Cheryl Harris - Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

Speakers:

    • Neil Gotanda - Professor of Law, Western State University, College of Law
    • Kevin Reed - Vice Chancellor-Legal Affairs, UCLA
    • Evan Apfelbaum - Professor of Psychology, Tufts University
    • Denise Sekaquaptewa - Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
    • Gary Blasi - Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

4. Colorblind Consequences

Moderated by Devon Carbado - Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

Speakers:

    • Philip Atiba Goff - Professor of Psychology, UCLA
    • Victoria Plaut - Professor of Psychology, University of Georgia
    • Deirdre Bowen - Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law
    • Miguel Unzueta - Assistant Professor, UCLA Anderson School of Management
    • Howard Winant - Professor of Sociology, UC Santa Barbara

5. Closing Remarks - Day One

Saturday, 3/7/2009

1. Student/Practitioner Roundtable: How Race Funtions in Colorblind Law Schools and Legal Workspaces

2. Bigger Pictures

Moderated by Jerry Kang - Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

Speakers:

    • Eduardo Bonilla-Silva - Professor of Sociology, Duke University
    • Daria Roithmayr - Professor of Law, USC Gould School of Law
    • Stephanie Fryberg - Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Arizona
    • Tristin Green - Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School
    • Sam Bagenstos - Professor of Law, Washington University Law, St. Louis

3. Colorblindness and Social Science: Are we relevant to the law?


Valerie Purdie-Vaughns - Assistant Professor of Psychology, Yale University

4. Interventions

Moderated by Russell Robinson - Acting Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law

Speakers:

    • Kimberly West-Faulcon - Associate Professor of Law, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
    • Margaret Shih - Associate Professor, UCLA Anderson School of Management
    • Richard Brooks - Professor of Law, Yale Law School
    • Michele Landis Dauber - Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
    • Eric Knowles - Assistant Professor, School of Social Ecology, UC Irvine
    • Brian Lowrey - Associate Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business

5. Closing Remarks - Day Two