University of Wisconsin–Madison

"What FEMA Should Do After Puerto Rico: Toward Critical Administrative Constitutionalism"

Wednesday, Nov. 14
Noon-1:15 p.m.
Lubar Commons

Professor Yxta Murray of Loyola Law School will speak as part of the Ideas & Innovation Series, presented by the Institute for Legal Studies. Professor David Schwartz is hosting the event.

Professor Murray's most recent work concerns FEMA's failures in Puerto Rico. She has written about community constitutionalism, criminal law, property law and gender justice. She also writes about the relationship between law and visual, conceptual and performance art. She has published law review articles in the California Law Review, the Columbia Journal of Gender & Law, The Michigan Journal of Race & Law.

Professor Murray is also a novelist and an art critic. She has published six books and won a 1999 Whiting Writer's Award. Recent writings are out or forthcoming from Artillery Magazine, Aperture, Guernica, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Santa Monica Review, The Cincinnati Review, Joyland, and other magazines.

Submitted by Law School News on November 14, 2018

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