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Come and hear three of Osgoode’s feminist scholars discuss their latest work. See how feminism provides critical tools to researchers across divergent subject areas, broaden your general knowledge, pique your interest, and meet faculty and students. Also on offer: banana bread, cheese, cookies, coffee, tea.Feminist Friday 28 October 2011
1:30 – 3:30 Osgoode Faculty Common Room 2027
- Last feminist friday of 2011
- pdf poster here
Professor Shelley Gavigan Something Old, Something New? Re-theorizing Patriarchal Relations and Privatization from the Outskirts of Family Law
Professor Carys Craig What’s Feminist about Open Access? A Relational Approach to Copyright in the Academy†
Professor Stephanie Ben-Ishai Debtor Assistance & More >
SCC justices Abella, Binnie and Rothstein denied the Crown leave to appeal in Her Majesty the Queen v. L.B. (Ont.) and Her Majesty the Queen v. Katrina Ann Effert (Alta.) (links are to Court of Appeal judgments on Canlii).