University of Pittsburgh School of Law
This is the Introduction to the University of Pittsburgh Law Review’s Challenging Authority: A Symposium Honoring Derrick Bell (L.L.B. 1957). This special symposium issue of the 75th volume of the Law Review celebrates and seeks to continue Bell’s critical inquiry into and fight against racial injustice. It features leading and emerging voices that examine and build upon some of Bell’s most eminent concepts, such as the permanence of racism and Interest Convergence Theory; explore Bell’s impact as a professor and activist; and look ahead to the next wave of critical race study.
Jasmine Gonzales Rose,
Introduction: Challenging Authority: A Symposium Honoring Derrick Bell,
University of Pittsburgh Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.bu.edu/faculty_scholarship/994