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Save the date, and some travel $: Feminist Legal Studies Seminar at QMUL summer 2016: Mixing Feminism, Legality and Knowledge

Source: The FLaK seminar: Mixing Feminism, Legality and Knowledge


End of June in London, UK.  Definitely hoping to be there and conserving my institutional funds for the purpose.  Anyone else? More information coming soon from the organizers (who include recent IFLS visitor, Feminist Legal Studies Editor-in-Chief and QMUL Professor Ruth Fletcher.

In addition, the Osgoode IFLS is hoping to start preliminary discussions with FLS and other interested organizations in Canada about a follow up meeting in Toronto summer 2017…

Here’s the current blurb for the London Seminar- a schedule and more detailed description is currently in draft.

Feminist Legal Studies will hold a special seminar at Queen Mary University of London to consider anew the relationship between feminism, legality and knowledge. In anticipation of FLS’s 25th birthday in 2017, we would like to think with others about the kind of ‘kitchen table’ that FLS might provide into the future. How might feminist legal studies – the approach and the journal – best use its food, equipment, techniques, time, space, mood, energy and commitment?

How shall FLS scholars and associates make the most of what we have in a room that can sometimes be confining and confusing, yet also exciting and sustaining? How do others engage with the processes and products of our kitchen table?

In considering such questions and more, we propose to draw reflexively on feminist legacies of praxis, internationalism and openness, as we ‘stock-up’ and critically reflect on know-how, protest and publishing practices.


Brit Invasion Double Bill

Brit Invasion Double Bill

FACULTY LUNCH RESEARCH SEMINAR  Wednesday, July 18th, 2012 12:30 – 2:00 pm

Room 2027, Osgoode Hall Law School

Lunch will be served.
Please RSVP: adrgs@osgoode.yorku.ca

Professor Emily Grabham, University of Kent
“A Likely Story”: HIV and the Definition of Disability in UK Employment Equity Law (1996-2005)


Professor Erika Rackley, Durham University
Gender and Judging


Professor Erika Rackley is co-convenor and co-founder of Gender & Law at Durham
(GLAD), a research group based in the Law School which acts as a focus for gender-related
research and teaching. She is co-author of Tort Law (OUP, 2009), co-editor of Feminist
Perspectives on Tort Law (Routledge, 2012) and Feminist Judgements: From Theory to Practice
(Hart, 2010). She is visiting Osgoode’s IFLS for the week of July 16th.
Professor Emily Grabham joined the University of Kent in 2004 as a Research Fellow in the
AHRC Centre for Law, Gender & Sexuality, having previously worked as an employment and
human rights lawyer in London. Her primary research areas are labour and equality law,
feminist legal theory, and law and time. She is co-editor of Intersectionality & Beyond: Law,
Power & The Politics of Location (Routledge-Cavendish 2008). Emily is visiting Osgoode’s
IFLS until December 2012.