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|Born||October 6, 1939|
|Alma mater||University of Washington
University of California, Berkeley
|Employer||University of Alabama|
|Known for||Critical race theory|
Richard Delgado (born October 6, 1939) teaches civil rights and critical race theory at University of Alabama School of Law. He has written and co-authored numerous articles and books, many with his wife Jean Stefancic. He is a founder of the critical race theory school of legal scholarship, and is also notable for his scholarship on hate speech, and for introducing storytelling into legal scholarship.
The son of a Mexican American father who immigrated to the United States as an orphan at the age of 15, Delgado grew up in a migratory household and attended public schools as a child. He earned an A.B. in philosophy and mathematics at the University of Washington, and then attended the UC-Berkeley School of Law, where he earned a J.D. and served as an editor of the California Law Review.
He currently teaches at University of Alabama School of Law, where he holds the John J. Sparkman Chair of Law and teaches courses in race and civil rights. Earlier, he taught at UCLA Law School for eight years and the University of Colorado for 14.
A prolific scholar whose works have appeared in top law reviews and presses and received numerous national awards, Delgado is an amateur cloud-watcher, retired track athlete, and fiction writer.
- Delgado, Richard; Lederer, Laura (1995). The Price we pay: the case against racist speech, hate propaganda, and pornography. New York: Hill and Wang. ISBN 9780809015771.
- Delgado, Richard (1995). The Rodrigo chronicles: conversations about America and race. New York: New York University Press. ISBN 9780814718636.
- Delgado, Richard (1996). The coming race war?: and other apocalyptic tales of America after affirmative action and welfare. New York: New York University Press. ISBN 9780814718773.
- Delgado, Richard; Stefancic, Jean (1997). Must we defend Nazis? hate speech, pornography, and the new First Amendment. New York: New York University Press. ISBN 9780585346793.
- Delgado, Richard; Stefancic, Jean (1997). Critical white studies: looking behind the mirror. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. ISBN 9781566395328.
- Delgado, Richard (1999). When equality ends: stories about race and resistance. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. ISBN 9780813335780.
- Delgado, Richard; Harris, Angela P.; Stefancic, Jean; Perea, Juan F.; Wildman, Stephanie M. (2000). Race and races: cases and resources for a diverse America (2nd ed.). St. Paul, Minnesota: West Group. ISBN 9780314227096.
- Delgado, Richard; Stefancic, Jean (2004). Understanding words that wound. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. ISBN 9780813341392.
- Delgado, Richard (2005). Justice at war: civil liberties and civil rights during times of crisis. New York City, New York: New York University Press. ISBN 9780814719565.
- Delgado, Richard; Stefancic, Jean (2011). The Latino/a condition: a critical reader (2nd ed.). New York: New York University Press. ISBN 9780814720400.
- Delgado, Richard (2012). Critical race theory an introduction (2nd ed.). New York: New York University Press. ISBN 9780814721353.
- Delgado, Richard (March 1984). "The imperial scholar: reflections on a review of civil rights literature". University of Pennsylvania Law Review. University of Pennsylvania Law School via JSTOR. 132 (3): 561–578. doi:10.2307/3311882. JSTOR 3311882. SSRN 1992111.
- Delgado, Richard (August 1989). "Storytelling for oppositionists and others: a plea for narrative". Michigan Law Review. University of Michigan Law School via JSTOR. 87 (8): 2411–2441. doi:10.2307/1289308. JSTOR 1289308. SSRN 1577362.
- Delgado, Richard (April 1992). "The imperial scholar revisited: how to marginalize outsider writing, ten years later". University of Pennsylvania Law Review. University of Pennsylvania Law School via JSTOR. 140 (4): 1349–1372. doi:10.2307/3312406. JSTOR 3312406. SSRN 2097942. Pdf.
- Delgado, Richard (2010). "Rodrigo's portent: California and the coming neocolonial order". Washington University Law Review. Washington University School of Law. 87 (6): 1293–1344. Pdf.
- Delgado, Richard (April 1992). "Rodrigo's chronicle (review essay)". Yale Law Journal. The Yale Law Journal Company, Inc. via JSTOR. 101 (6): 1357–1383. doi:10.2307/796927.
- Delgado, Richard (March 2012). "Recent writing on law and happiness (review essay)" (pdf). Iowa Law Review. University of Iowa College of Law. 97 (3): 913–930.
- Delgado, Richard (November 2012). "Four reservations on civil rights reasoning by analogy: the case of Latinos and other Nonblack groups". Columbia Law Review, special issue: Symposium: The Thirteenth Amendment: Meaning, Enforcement, and Contemporary Implications. Columbia Law School. 112 (7): 1883–1915. JSTOR 41708167. Pdf.
- "Delgado, Richard". Library of Congress. Retrieved September 9, 2014.
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