Citizenship and Equality Colloquium: Sarah Krakoff & Dean James Anaya

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When Thursday, November 9, 2017
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM
Location Wolf Law 304
For Faculty; Staff; Students; Alumni
Cost Free. Parking at Wolf Law is metered until 5pm alongside the south side of Kittredge Loop Drive.

"Citizenship, Borders, and Tribal Sovereignty." Sarah Krakoff is the Raphael J. Moses Professor of Law at CU Law, and co- author of American Indian Law. James Anaya is Dean of CU Law School. He is an expert on the international human rights of indigenous peoples. About the Colloquium Series: The concept of citizenship connects immigration with studies of race, international human rights, gender, sexuality, criminality and many others. It has been receiving growing attention in many scholarly disciplines. The Citizenship and Equality speaker series will examine the notion of citizenship in recent scholarship spanning law, political science, sociology, philosophy, and history. Each lecture features a nationally-known speaker on a topic related to citizenship and equality. All faculty and students welcome to attend, with or without reading the paper. For additional information or to request the speakerís paper, please contact Ming Hsu Chen (ming.h.chen@colorado.edu).

More Information

Contact Ming Chen
ming.h.chen@colorado.edu
Website http://www.colorado.edu/law/research/faculty-colloquia-and-distinguished-lecturers/citizenship-and-equality-colloquium
Sponsored By CU Immigration Law and Policy Program
Moderated By Prof. Ming Hsu Chen
Speakers Discussant: Dean James Anaya, CU Law