Richard Delgado has made path-breaking contributions to the literature on race and American law. His Rodrigo Chronicles are already classics of the Critical Race Theory genre. It is, therefore, wholly appropriate that the Harvard Latino Law Review dedicated a symposium issue to an examination of the Rodrigo Chronicles and Delgado's other work. In this symposium essay, the author attempts to illuminate Delgado's project in the Chronicles through an examination of various aspects of Hegel's philosophy. Hegel's philosophy allows us to better understand Delgado's work in the Chronicles and elsewhere.
Harvard Latino Law Review
George A. Martinez, Delgado, Hegel and the Rodrigo Chronicles, 4 HARV. LATINO L. REV. 19 (2000)