Mark Golub

Mark Golub is associate professor of politics and director of the Legal Studies Program at Scripps College, Claremont, CA. He specializes in critical race theory, constitutional law, and African American political thought. His work focuses on the limits of antiracist discourse and the legal construction of white racial entitlement. His writing has appeared in Law and Society Review, Law and History Review, Journal of American Culture, Law and Politics Book Review, Women's Studies, and the Huffington Post. His book, Is Racial Equality Unconstitutional? (Oxford University Press) was released in 2018.

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