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Prof. Ruthann Robson

Dressing Constitutionally: Hierarchy, Sexuality and Democracy 

Watch the talk Ruthann Robson gave at Osgoode September 23, 2013, complete with Introduction by Osgoode’s Kate Sutherland.

Here is a link to the book Dressing Constitutionally and you can see Professor Robson’s blog on the subject of Dressing Constitutionally, here.  You can also follow @robsonconlaw on twitter, AND you can check out her writing outside legal scholarship via her website, here.

 

 

Dressing Constitutionally: Ruthann Robson Book launch and talk, September 23

Poster for talk by Ruthann Robson, CUNY. Dressing Constitutionally. September 23 1230. IKB 2027 Please RSVP as lunch will be served and space is limited to lgonsalves@osgoode.yorku.ca

Book Launch and Talk by Professor Ruthann Robson, University Distinguished Professor, CUNY School of Law

Dressing Constitutionally: Hierarchy, Sexuality and Democracy

September 23 1230 Osgoode Hall 2027

Please RSVP – lunch will be served and space is limited:  lgonsalves@osgoode.yorku.ca

We will have copies of the newly published Dressing Constitutionally on hand for purchase, thanks to the Yorku Bookstore.

Check out Professor Robson’s blog on the subject of Dressing Constitutionally, here.

Or you can see the publisher’s page on the book, here or you can hear Professor Robson speaking on NPR about the book, here.

Perhaps all those ORs should have been ANDs – you can also follow @robsonconlaw on twitter, AND you can check out her writing outside legal scholarship via her website, here.

 

Join us.

 

pdf poster for sharing here

poster design by the talented Ugochi Umeugo, check out her work/find her contact info here: http://ugochiumeugo.designbinder.com/