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Twenty Years of Feminist Legal Studies: Reflections and Future Directions – Springer

Twenty Years of Feminist Legal Studies: Reflections and Future Directions – 

Roundtable Transcript edited by Sarah Lamble 

So much good stuff in here. I tried to take a quote or two out but ultimately gave up. If you’re at all interested in the feminist legal academy, this is a must read.  It’s not, though, open source (available through springerlink – try your institutional computers).

Feminist Legal Studies July 2014Volume 22Issue 2pp 109-130

On Saturday 18 May 2013, the Editorial Board of Feminist Legal Studies hosted an afternoon event at the University of Kent, Canterbury to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the journal. The event also marked the transition from the journal’s original home at Kent Law School to a new editorial board comprised of feminist academics from thirteen institutions across the UK. The event included a roundtable reflecting on the past 20 years of feminist legal scholarship and its future directions. Sarah Lamble edited this transcript of the roundtable. Speakers included past and present Editorial Board Members: Joanne Conaghan (University of Bristol), Emily Grabham (University of Kent), Rosemary Hunter (Queen Mary, University of London), Sarah Keenan (SOAS, University of London), Yvette Russell (Queen’s University Belfast) and Sally Sheldon (University of Kent). Participants in the discussion included: Samia Bano (SOAS, University of London), Nicola Barker (University of Kent) Samia Bano (SOAS, University of London), Nicola Barker (University of Kent), Kate Bedford (University of Kent), Brenna Bhandar (SOAS, University of London), Davina Cooper (University of Kent), Didi Herman (University of Kent), Loveday Hodson (University of Leicester), and Nirmal Puwar (Goldsmiths, University of London).