Australian Feminist Law Journal moves to 2 themed issues/year


Australian Feminist Law Journal is moving to a format of two themed editions a year.  Here’s the info about how to pitch a themed issue.  On another note, is this switch part of a general trend? What’s all that about?  Check out the latest issue of the AFLJ for, inter alia, pieces by Canadian feminist scholars,

  • The Time That Binds: Constitutionalism, Museums, and The Production of Political Community by Stacey Douglas
  • Persistence and Memorialisation: Self-Harm and Suicide in Reparation Politics in Canada by Carmela Murdocca


Look at the Ed. board and Advisory board of this Journal to see many of your favourite legal feminists.



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