In December, 2007, a diverse group of scholars and students from various regions and institutions inaugurated a new project in knowledge production, the Study Space Seminar Series.' Devoted to critical perspectives in comparative and international studies, the Study Space Seminar Series follows a decade-long history of collaboration among legal scholars and friends associated with critical outsider jurisprudence. As outlined below, this new project both reflects and expands the rich record in democratic knowledge-production undertaken by "OutCrit" scholars of various stripes in previous years.
"Foreward: Interruptions and Intersections: Journeys to the Center of the Americas,"
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2, Article 4.
Available at: http://trace.tennessee.edu/tjlp/vol4/iss2/4