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Outline_for_Lecture_on_Feminist_Jurisprudence._january_9_2012.docx

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Department
Humanities
Course
HUMA 1825
Professor
Shirley Katz
Semester
Fall

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Outline for LectureJanuary 9 2012 Feminist Jurisprudence and Feminist Approaches to LawMartha Minow Foreword The Supreme Court 1986 Justice EngenderedHarvard Law Review Vol 101 No 1 Nov 1987 10See also Martha Minow Making All the Difference Inclusion Exclusion and American Law Cornell University Press 1990Introduction feminist theory and practice the Lavalle casebrief recap of the course themes looking forward to the second and third segments of the course legal moralism and civil disobedience respectivelycompletion of first segment of the course What is law and what is its relationship to moralityMinows project an extension of Dworkins idea of the law working itself pureShe explores opportunities to better realize laws ambitions for itselfRecent theoretical approaches to lawcritical legal studieseconomic analysis of lawfeminist jurisprudenceFeminist jurisprudencelaw as a patriarchal institutioni descriptive componentii normative component1
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