Feminist Friday Followup

Thanks to lovely Friday afternoon audience and wonderful colleagues who presented at today’s FF.  I ate too much antipasti + cookies + banana bread, so this attempt to fulfill my promise to send out links for those interested in following up the brief samples available may fall slightly short.   Associate Dean Professor Shelley Gavigan … Continue reading Feminist Friday Followup

The Word “Slut”, via The Forum

From our friends at the Feminist Legal Forum (U of M School of Law), The Word “Slut” « The Forum   It’s a speech at Winnipeg’s first slutwalk, given by Chandra Mayor. ….slut is a smokescreen. Slut is a way to keep us from seeing and naming the truth. I’m relatively agnostic on slutwalk (not on … Continue reading The Word “Slut”, via The Forum

Contest (Osgoode students only, sorry)! Nov. 3 OBA Dinner/Talk: Feminist Legal Analysis: Part of the solution, or part of the Problem?

CBA – Feminist Legal Analysis: Slutwalks: Part of the solution, or part of the Problem? SPEAKERS Sonya J. F. Barnett,SlutWalk CoFounder Brenda Cossman, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto Karin Galldin,Galldin Law, Feminist Legal Practice I want to go to this Ontario Bar Association program (click through link or see below), but I can’t make … Continue reading Contest (Osgoode students only, sorry)! Nov. 3 OBA Dinner/Talk: Feminist Legal Analysis: Part of the solution, or part of the Problem?

Round Up of items from the Web: Wanrow, Clothes, and a dean search…

To begin,a talk from Donna Coker (UMiami Law).  She’s talking about the Wanrow case, not one I have studied before, but truly fascinating (link is to Wikipedia, not the judgment, which is here).  Here’s part of what she says at Feminist Law Professors about the talk: The “story” describes a fascinating account of both feminist … Continue reading Round Up of items from the Web: Wanrow, Clothes, and a dean search…