PUBLICATIONS by ELVIA R. ARRIOLA, J.D., M.A.
along the U.S.-Mexico Border
Accountability for Murder in the Maquiladoras: Linking Corporate Indifference
to Gender Violence at the U.S.-Mexico Border, forthcoming, 5 (No.2)
SEATTLE J. SOC. JUST.603 (2007). Link
for Corporate Abuse at the Mexican Border-Administrative Complaints v.
Lawsuits, www.womenontheborder.org (2004).
Woman Born: Courage and Strength to Survive in the Maquiladoras of Reynosa
and Rio Bravo, Tamaulipas, FRONTERA-NORTESUR (Apr. 2001) http://www.nmsu.edu/~frontera/apr01/
Link to article.
Out from a Cardboard Box: Workers and their Families in the Maquiladora
Industry of Ciudad Acuña. Coahuila. FRONTERA-NORTE-SUR
(Dec. 2000) , http://www.nmsu.edu/~frontera/
Nat'l Lawyers' Guild Practitioner (2001)
Voz, Newsletter of the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center (July 2001)
Leaders: The Women in the Maquiladoras of Piedras Negras, Coahuila: FRONTERA-NORTE-SUR
(Oct. 2000), http://www. nmsu.edu/~frontera/oct00/feat5.html Link
from the Barbed Wires of Despair: Women in the Maquiladoras, Latina
Critical Legal Theory and Gender at the U.S.-Mexico Border, 49 DE PAUL
LAW REVIEW 729-815 (2000). Link
to article in pdf
Romany, ed., RACE, ETHNICITY, GENDER AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE AMERICAS:
A NEW PARADIGM FOR ACTIVISM (2001).
Wing., ed., CRITICAL RACE FEMINISM (forthcoming 2003).
Value of Our Work (Introduction), 53 U. OF MIAMI L. REV. 1037
Wildly Different: Antigay Peer Harassment in Public Schools, 1
THE GEORGETOWN J. OF GENDER AND LAW 5 (1999).
Home to a Latina Lesbian Self-Race and Sexual Orientation in Legal Scholarship,
Inequality: Lesbians, Gays, and Feminist Legal Theory, 9 BERKELEY
WOMEN'S L.J. 103 (1994).
Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, eds.,
CRITICAL RACE THEORY: THE CUTTING EDGE (2000)
Delgado and Jean Stefancic, eds.,
THE LATINO CONDITION: A CRITICAL READER (NYU Press 1998).
Penalties for Puppy Love: Institutionalized Violence Against Lesbian,
Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Youth, 2 IOWA J GENDER, RACE
AND JUSTICE 430 (1998).
and the Family of Choice and Need, 35 J. OF FAMILY L. 691 (1997).
Empowered by Recognizing our Common Grounds: A Reply to Nancy Ehrenreich's
Article "Subordination and Symbiosis" 71 U. OF MISSOURI-KANSAS
L.REV. 447 (2002).
Marimachas, Queens and Lezzies: The Construction of Homosexuality Before
the Stonewall Riots of 1969, 5 COLUM. J. GENDER AND THE LAW 33
Politics and the Feminist Scholar, 12 COLUMBIA J. OF GENDER AND
LAW 532 (2003).
Law and the Gendered Politics of Identity: Who Owns the Label "Lesbian"?,
8 HASTINGS WOMEN'S L.J. 1 (1997).
in Katherine Bartlett and Angela Harris,
GENDER AND LAW: THEORY, DOCTRINE, COMMENTARY
(Aspen Press 1998).
Out and Coming to Terms with Sexual Identity, 68 TULANE L.R. 283
"What's the Big Deal?": Women in the New York City Construction
Industry and Sexual Harassment Law, 2 COLUM. HUM. RTS. L. REP.
D. Kelly Weisberg, ed.,
APPLICATIONS OF FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY TO WOMEN'S LIVES: SEX, WORK AND
Mary Louise Fellows and Beverly Balos, eds.,
LAW AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: CASES AND MATERIALS ON SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION
Identity and the Constitution, Homosexual Persons as a Discrete and Insular
Minority, 14 WOMEN'S RTS. L. REP. 263 (1988).
Special Issue ("Best Articles") of WOMEN'S RTS. L.R.
Wayne R. Dynes, ed., 13 STUDIES IN HOMOSEXUALITY (1991).
en el Ambiente de la Teoria: Latina Lesbians and Ruthann Robson's Lesbian
Legal Theory, 8 (No. 2) NEW YORK CITY L. REV. 519 (2005).
Possessive About the Term "Lesbian," PROCEEDINGS OF
THE FIFTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRANSGENDER LAW & EMPLOYMENT
Coming Home to a Latina Lesbian Self: Race and Sexual Orientation in Legal
Prof. Elvia Arriola, University of Texas School of Law
In this piece, based on her presentation at the January 1998, panel on
"Race and Sexual Orientation in Legal Scholarship" at the American
Association of Law School's conference, Professor Arriola examines her
development as a Latina Lesbian legal scholar. She urges her academic
colleagues to examine their privilege and underlying assumptions and exhorts
them to focus on the intersections between race and sexual orientation
to "produce healing, community and a commitment to coalition, not
divisiveness in the politics of identity." Link
to article in pdf. Also available at
March! - Second Annual Symposium on Latina/o Critical Legal Theory,
19 UCLA CHICANO-LATINO L.R. 1 (1998).
Theory, Int'l Human Rights, Popular Culture and the Faces of Despair in
INS Raids, 28 U. OF MIAMI INTER-AMERICAN L.R. 245 (1997).
in Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, eds.,
THE LATINO CONDITION: A CRITICAL READER (NYU Press 1998)
Davis, Kevin R. Johnson, George A. Martinez, A READER ON RACE, CIVIL RIGHTS
AND AMERICAN LAW: A MULTIRACIAL APPROACH (2001).
and Co-constituent Construction of Identities (Introductory Remarks),
Sixth Annual Latina/o Critical Legal Theory Conference, 55 U. of Fla.
L.J. 413 (2002).
the Outsider to an Outsider Conference: Law and the Multiplicities of
Self, 2 HARVARD LATINO L. R. (1997).
and Free Expression: Silence and Voice, co-author, Robert Jensen,
in FREEING THE FIRST AMENDMENT: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
195-223 (Robert Jensen and David Allen, eds., NYU Press 1995).
About Power and Pedagogy (Cluster Introduction), 5th Annual Latina/o
Critical Legal Theory Conference Symposium, 78 U. OF DENVER L. REV. 570
and Dissent: Challenging the Solomon Amendment as a Cultural Threat to
Academic Freedom and Civil Rights, 24 St. Louis University Public
L.Rev. 149 (2005).
Schools Project An Investigation into the Quality of Education
Being Provided, Under the governance of the Austin Independent School
District, to the African-American and Mexican-American
(Hispanic/Latina/o) Children of the City of Austin, Fall 1998 Link
to Article in pdf
Public Talks, Lectures
Maquila Zoned Out