Special 50th Anniversary Roundtable: Integration 2.0: Race and Diversity in LSA

Sat, 5/31: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM 
2953 
Plenary Session 
Saturday Session 3 - Plenary Sessions 
Hilton Minneapolis 
Room: Salon C 
For the past 30 years, LSA has used formal and informal mechanisms in an attempt to increase the diversity of its membership. Despite these efforts, scholars of color have not achieved full integration throughout Association activities and scholarship on race issues has not achieved the prominence it deserves. This roundtable features LSA members of different racial and ethnic backgrounds with varied lengths of tenure and involvement with LSA. Each will be asked to reflect on their experience as a person of color in LSA and identify what they see as barriers to fuller integration. Drawing on these experiences, the participants will look at measures the Association might take better to integrate scholars of color in all Association activities and promote more attention to research on racial issues.
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Chair

Jeannine Bell, Indiana University Maurer School of Law — Bloomington  - Contact Me

Discussant

David Trubek, University of Wisconsin, Madison  - Contact Me

Participant(s)

Kaaryn Gustafson, UConn School of Law  - Contact Me
Osagie Obasogie, University of California Hastings  - Contact Me
John Park, UC Santa Barbara  - Contact Me
David Wilkins, Harvard Law School, Program on the Legal Profession  - Contact Me
Nicole Martorano Van Cleve, Temple University  - Contact Me

Keywords

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION