Spring 1998, Volume XIII Number 2
Affirmative Action: A Dialogue on Race, Gender, Equality and Law in America
John Michael Eden was Program Assistant for School Programs for the American Bar Association Division for Public Education, 541 N. Fairbanks Ct., Chicago, IL 60611-3314
John Paul Ryan was Director of School Programs for the American Bar Association Division for Public Education, 541 N. Fairbanks Ct., Chicago, IL 60611-3314.
Camille deJorna is Director of Admissions at the University of Iowa College of Law. She previously worked in legal education in the areas of minority admissions, recruitment and student affairs at the Columbia and Hofstra Law Schools. She currently serves on the Board of the Law School Admission Council, where she chairs the Minority Affairs Committee.
Paul Finkelman holds the John F. Seiberling Chair in Constitutional Law at University of Akron, School of Law. His most recent books include Slavery and the Founders: Race and Liberty in the Age of Jefferson (M.E. Sharpe, 1996); Dred Scott v. Sandford: A Brief History with Documents (Bedford Books, 1997); and Slavery and the Law (Madison House, 1997).
Robert Fullinwider is Senior Research Scholar at the University of Maryland Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy. He is the author of numerous works on civil rights, multiculturalism, and affirmative action, including The Reverse Discrimination Controversy (Rowman and Littlefield, 1980).
Jennifer Hochschild is Professor of Politics at Princeton University, where she also is affiliated with the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She is the author of Facing Up to the American Dream: Race, Class and the Soul of the Nation (Princeton University Press, 1995).
Richard Kahlenberg is a Fellow at the Center for National Policy in Washington, D.C. He has served as a visiting professor at the George Washington University Law School. He is the author of The Remedy: Class, Race, and Affirmative Action (Basic Books, 1996), an abbreviated version of which also appeared in The New Republic in 1995.
Douglas Kmiec, on leave from the Notre Dame Law School, is the Straus Distinguished Visiting Professor at Pepperdine University. He served as Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel in the U.S. Department of Justice under President Reagan. He edited a 1997 symposium issue on race and law for the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy.
Glenn C. Loury is University Professor, Professor of Economics, and Director of the Institute on Race and Social Division at Boston University. He is the author of One by One From the Inside Out: Essays and Reviews on Race and Responsibility in America (Free Press, 1995) and has contributed essays on race, inequality and social policy to the New York Times, National Review, and The New Republic, where he is a contributing editor.
Donna Maeda is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Occidental College, where she teaches in the area of social ethics. She has published articles and essays on race, law, and culture, and is the Editor of a series of papers to be published on Rethinking Racial/Ethnic Diversity in a Post-Affirmative Action Era.
Terry Swenson is Dean of Admission and Financial Aid at The Colorado College, a selective national liberal arts college in Colorado Springs.
Spring 1998 Issue Home | Why Race Matters
Affirmative Action as Social and Legal Policy
Affirmative Action, Diversity and College Admissions
Gender, Race, and Affirmative Action
Reconceiving Merit | Affirmative Action in the Workplace
Constitutional Status of Affirmative Action
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