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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Feminist and Queer Legal Theory: Intimate Encounters, Uncomfortable Conversations

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Edited by: Martha Albertson Fineman, Jack E. Jackson, Adam P. Romero

ISBN13: 9780754675525
Published: September 2009
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £39.99

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A groundbreaking new collection, Feminist and Queer Legal Theory: Intimate Encounters, Uncomfortable Conversations brings together major voices in feminist and queer theory to create a truly interdisciplinary dialogue that will define the terms of the debates between and within feminist and queer theoretical frameworks for the next decade.

These debates primarily revolve around the multiple interrelated issues—such as gender, identity, intimacy, privacy, and sex harassment—that all extend from the emphasis given to gender on the one hand and sex and sexuality on the other. These two theories have much in common but also much that distinguishes them from one another, and that causes tension.

Together and in relation to each other, the authors in this volume engage in a rigorous and sometimes contentious exploration of the legal, political, social and cultural implications of their distinct theoretical approaches to gender and sexuality.

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Introduction, Martha Albertson Fineman
Part 1 Queer With ot Without Feminist Legal Theory?: Introduction;
Queer theory by men, Janet Halley
Theorizing yes, Katharine Franke
The sexual family, Martha A. Fineman
The sanitized workplace revisited, Vicki Schulz
Queering sexual orientation: a call for theory as practice, Francisco Valdes.
Part 2 Feminist With or Without Queer Legal Theory: Introduction;
How queer theory makes neoliberalism sexy, Martha McCluskey
Proper objects, different subjects, and juridical horizons in radical legal critique, Jack Jackson and Tucker Culbertson
A few words in favor of cultivating an incest taboo in the workplace, Mary Ann Case
Care and feminists, Mary Becker
Methodological descriptions: 'feminist' and 'queer' legal theories, Adam P. Romero.;
Part 3 Pluralizing Difference: Introduction;
The epistemic contract of bisexual erasure, Kenji Yoshino
Black rights, gay rights, civil rights, Devon Carbado
The transgender rights imaginary, Paisley Currah
Compulsory monogamy and polyamorous existence, Elizabeth Emens.
Part 4 The Politics and Law of Kinship, Intimacy and Care: Introduction;
This is not your father's autonomy: lesbian and gay rights from a feminist and relational perspective, Carlos Ball
Compulsory matrimony, Ruthann Robson
From paternafare to marriage promotion: sexual regulation and welfare reform, Anna Marie Smith
Transgressive caretaking, Laura Kessler.
Part 5 Law and Strategy at the Crossroads of Feminist and Queer Legal Theories: Introduction;
Strategic essentialism, Lara Karaian
Poststructuralism on trial, Ann Scales
Sex without difference: the queer fantasy of Lawrence v. Texas, Lynne Huffer
Postscript, Kathryn Abrams