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A Question Of Choice, Michele A. Estrin May 1993

A Question Of Choice, Michele A. Estrin

Michigan Law Review

A Review of A Question of Choice by Sarah Weddington


Strategies Of Connection: Prostitution And Feminist Politics, Margaret A. Baldwin Jan 1993

Strategies Of Connection: Prostitution And Feminist Politics, Margaret A. Baldwin

Michigan Journal of Gender & Law

A feminist political approach to prostitution must begin from these strengths and be tested against the standards set by them. I want to address how taking each of these strengths seriously can create sustained resistance against prostitution.


The Case For A Feminist Torts Casebook, Carl W. Tobias Jan 1993

The Case For A Feminist Torts Casebook, Carl W. Tobias

Law Faculty Publications

Professor Leslie Bender's recent essay, An Overview of Feminist Torts Scholarship, contributes substantially to the construction of feminist perspectives on tort law. She carefully and comprehensively surveys burgeoning feminist scholarship in the field of torts. Professor Bender closely examines feminist histories of substantive tort law, the application of feminist theory to tort doctrine, to tort law concepts, and to the teaching of torts, tort issues that are important to women's lives, social science research involving feminism and torts, book reviews that are relevant to feminist tort law, and overviews of material that implicate feminist viewpoints of torts. After ...


Gendered States: Feminist (Re)Visions Of International Relations Theory, Hilary Charlesworth Jan 1993

Gendered States: Feminist (Re)Visions Of International Relations Theory, Hilary Charlesworth

Michigan Journal of International Law

Review of the book edited by V. Spike Peterson.


Feminism And International Law: A Reply, Fernando R. Tesón Jan 1993

Feminism And International Law: A Reply, Fernando R. Tesón

Scholarly Publications

Over the past several years, legal scholars have extended feminist theory to many areas of the law, and legal discourse has been enriched by feminist jurisprudence. Until recently, however, international law had not undergone a sustained feminist critique. This gap is now slowly being filled; a notable contribution to that effort is a recent article by Hilary Charlesworth, Christine Chinkin, and Shelley Wright.

This Essay presents a reply to the Charlesworth-Chinkin-Wright critique. Although much of this reply engages more general issues in feminist theory, it would be impossible, within the scope of this work, to address every important political, cultural ...


Feminism And Disciplinarity: The Curl Of The Petals, Carol Sanger Jan 1993

Feminism And Disciplinarity: The Curl Of The Petals, Carol Sanger

Faculty Scholarship

In this Symposium, feminism has been invited to take a place alongside such well-established disciplines as history, philosophy, and economics in a consolidated exploration of interdisciplinary approaches to law. While sincerely extended – the feminist entry is not the only one that women are writing – and generously unbounded as to scope, ... the invitation raises what for many is a prior question: Is feminism a discipline at all?

As the feminist delegate to this interdisciplinary Symposium, I have therefore taken as my initial task consideration of the issue implicit in the invitation: feminism's credentials as a discipline. I explore the contours ...


Getting To Know: Honoring Women In Law And In Fact, Lynne N. Henderson Jan 1993

Getting To Know: Honoring Women In Law And In Fact, Lynne N. Henderson

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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