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Volume 35:2, Summer 2012

Articles
Tempering Idealism with Realism: Using Restorative Justice Processes to Promote Acceptance of Responsibility in Cases of Intimate Partner Violence
C. Quince Hopkins
311
Symposium
Gendered (In)security: Migration and Criminalization in the Security State
Pooja Gehi
357
Transgenderless
Stevie V. Tran & Elizabeth M. Glazer
399
Lost in Transition: The Challenges of Remedying Transgender Employment Discrimination Under Title VII
Jason Lee
423
Trans-cending Space in Women’s Only Spaces: Title IX Cannot Be the Basis for Exclusion
Katherine Kraschel
463
A Non-Medicalized Medical Deduction?: O’Donnabhain v. Commissioner & the I.R.S.’s Understanding of Transgender Medical Care
Lauren Herman
487
The Massachusetts Transgender Equal Rights Bill: Formal Legal Equality in a Transphobic System
Jean Strout
487
Student Note 515
No End In Sight: Why the “End Demand” Movement is the Wrong Focus for Efforts to Eliminate Human Trafficking
Stephanie M. Berger
523

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Volume 35:1, Winter 2012

Articles
Feminist Legal Realism
Mae C. Quinn
1
Batterers as Agents of the State
Marisa Silenzi Cianciarulo
117
A New Tortious Interference with Contractual Relations: Gender and Erotic Triangles in Lumley v. Gye
Sarah Swan
167
Title VII: A Shift from Sex to Relationships
Victoria Schwartz
209
Beyond Religious Refusals
Steph Sterling & Jessica L. Waters
463
The Constitution and Female-Initiated Divorce in Pakistan
Karin Carmit Yefet
553
Student Article
Taking Rape Seriously: Rape as Slavery
Jane Kim
263

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Volume 34:2, Summer 2011

Symposium
Normalizing Sex and its Discontents: Establishing Sexual Rights in International Law 
Mindy Jane Roseman & Alice M. Miller
313
Give Justice Ginsburg What She Wants: Using Sex Equality Arguments to Demand Examination of the Legitimacy of State Interests in Abortion Regulation 
Priscilla J. Smith
377
Access to Information on Safe Abortion: A Harm Reduction and Human Rights Approach 
Joanna N. Erdman
413
Beyond Religious Refusals: The Case for Protecting Health Care Workers’ Provision of Abortion Care 
Steph Sterling & Jessica L. Waters
463
Capacity and Autonomy: A Thought Experiment on Minors’ Access to Assisted Reproductive Technology 
Michele Goodwin & Naomi Duke
503
Article
The Constitution and Female-Initiated Divorce in Pakistan: Western Liberalism in Islamic Garb 
Karin Carmit Yefet
553
Student Article
Abnormal Persons or Embedded Individuals?: Tracing the Development of Informed Consent Regulations for Abortion 
Evelyn Atkinson
617

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Volume 34:1, Winter 2011

Articles
Gender-Based Affirmative Action and Reverse Gender Bias: Beyond Gratz, Parents Involved, and Ricci
Rosalie Berger Levinson
1
Skeptical Marriage Equality
Suzanne A. Kim
37
In Whose Best Interest? New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services v. V.M. and B.G. and the Next Wave of Court-Controlled Pregnancies
Jessica L. Waters
81
Privacy Rights and Public Families
Khiara M. Bridges
113
Parental Involvement Laws and New Governance
Rachel Rebouché
175
Feminism, Power, and Sex Work in the Context of HIV/AIDS: Consequences for Women’s Health
Aziza Ahmed
225
Student Article
Queer Ruralism
Bud W. Jerke
259

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Volume 33:2, Summer 2010

Contents

 

 

 

 

Articles
Asking the Man Question: Masculinities Analysis and Feminist Theory
Nancy E. Dowd
415
Masculinities, Law, and Personal Life: Towards a New Framework for Understanding Men, Law, and Gender
Richard Collier
431
The Burdens of Manliness
John M. Kang
477
Keeping Men “Men” and Women Down: Sex Segregation, Anti- Essentialism, and Masculinity
David S. Cohen
509
Learning Differences: Sex-Role Stereotyping in Single-Sex Public Education
Juliet A. Williams
555
Ricci v. DeStefano: A Masculinities Theory Analysis
Ann C. McGinley
581
Masculinities Narratives and Latino Immigrant Workers: A Case Study of the Las Vegas Residential Construction Trades
Leticia M. Saucedo & Maria Cristina Morales
625
Politics of the Headscarf in Turkey: Masculinities, Feminism, and the Construction of Collective Identities
Valorie K. Vojdik
661
Student Article
The Harm in “Sexting”?: Analyzing the Constitutionality of Child Pornography Statutes that Prohibit the Voluntary Production, Possession, and Dissemination of Sexually Explicit Images By Teenagers
Sarah Wastler
687

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Volume 33:1, Winter 2010

Contents

 

 

 

 

Articles
Making Up Is Hard to Do: Race/Gender/Sexual Orientation in the Law School Classroom
Robert S. Chang & Adrienne D. Davis
1

Responses
A Little More Mascara: Response to Making Up Is Hard to Do
Darren Rosenblum

59

Be Professional!
Dean Spade

71

Straightening Up: Black Women Law Professors, Interracial Relationships, and Academic Fit(ting) In
Adele M. Morrison

85
Scientific Understandings of Postpartum Illness: Improving Health Law and Policy?
Stacey A. Tovino
99
From Lily Bart to the Boom-Boom Room: How Wall Street’s Social and Cultural Response to Women Has Shaped Securities Regulation
Christine Sgarlata Chung
175
A Name of One’s Own: Gender and Symbolic Legal Personhood in the European Court of Human Rights
Yofi Tirosh
247
Tribute to Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick
A Tribute from Legal Studies to Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick: Introduction
Janet Halley
309
Eve Sedgwick, Civil Rights, and Perversion
Katherine M. Franke
313
Embracing the Affective Family
Clare Huntington
321
Romancing the Family
Susan R. Schmeiser
327
Reading A Poem is Being Written: A Tribute to Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick
Philomina Tsoukala
339
Rethinking International Women’s Human Rights Through Eve Sedgwick
Darren Rosenblum
349
Student Article
Health Care Reform and Reproductive Rights: Sex Equality Arguments for Abortion Coverage in a National Plan
Jennifer Keighley
357
Comment
Excessively Intrusive in Light of Age or Sex?: An Analysis of Safford United School District No. 1 v. Redding and its Implications for Strip Searches in Schools
Laura Jarrett
403

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Volume 32:2, Summer 2009

Contents

 

 

A Celebration of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Remarks Commemorating Celebration 55: The Women’s Leadership Summit
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Dean Elena Kagan
233
251
Articles
303
383
Student Articles
463
505

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Volume 32:1, Winter 2009

Contents

 

 

Table of Contents
LGBT Elder Law: Toward Equity in Aging
Nancy J. Knauer
1
Accidental Incest: Drawing the Line – or the Curtain? – For Reproductive Technology
Naomi Cahn
59
Multiple Families, Multiple Goals, Multiple Failures: The Need for “Limited Equalization” as a Theory of Child Support
Adrienne Jennings Lockie
109
Gender Outlaws Before the Law: The Courts of the Borderland
Aeyal Gross
165

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Volume 31:2, Summer 2008

Contents

 

 

The True Woman: Scenes From the Law of Self-Defense
Jeannie Suk
237
Feminist Disagreement (Comparatively) Recast
Rosalind Dixon
277
The Invisible Pregnant Athlete and the Promise of Title IX
Deborah L. Brake
323
Changing Social Norms? Title IX and Legal Activism: Comments from the
Spring 2007 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender Conference

Lexie Kuznick & Megan Ryan
367
Comments from the Spring 2007 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender Conference 378
Changing Social Norms? Title IX and Legal Activism: Concluding Remarks
Diane L. Rosenfeld
407

Student Articles

Roe v. Crawford: Do Inmates Have an Eighth Amendment Right to Elective Abortions?
Mark Egerman
423
Trans Models in Prison: The Medicalization of Gender Identity and the Eighth Amendment Right to Sex Reassignment Therapy
Alvin Lee
447

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Volume 31:1, Winter 2008

ARTICLESSelective Recognition of Gender Difference in the Law: Revaluing the Caretaker Role
Pamler Laufer-Ukeles 

 

Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity: American Law in Light of East Asian Developments

Holning Lau

Exposing Hostile Environments for Female Graduate Students in Academic Science Laboratories: The McDonnell Douglas Burden- Shifting Framework as a Paradigm for Analyzing the “Women in Science” Problem
Lucy M. Stark

Women At Work: Towards an Inclusive Narrative of the Rise of the Regulatory State
Arianne Renan Barzilay

STUDENT WRITING

Eugenic Feminism: Mental Hygiene, the Women’s Movement, and the Campaign for Eugenic Legal Reform, 1900-1935
Mary Ziegler

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Volume 30:2, Summer 2007

Multi-Disciplinary Responses to Susan Sturm’s The Architecture of Inclusion 

 

Preface to Responses – Dynamism, Not Just Diversity

Lani Guinier and Martha Minnow

The Architecture of Inclusion: Evidence from Corporate Diversity Programs
Frank Dobbin and Alexandra Kalev

Tempered radicals as Institutional Change Agents: The Case of Advancing Gender Equality at the University of Michigan
Debra Meyerson and Megan Tompkins

Progressive Laywering in Politically Depressing Times: Can New Models for Institutional Self-Reform Achieve More Effective Structural change?
Susan D. Carle

Toward a New Civil Rights Framework
Guy-Uriel E. Charles

Getting More Women into Science: Knowledge Issues
Londa Schiebinger

The Supermodular Architecture of Inclusion
Richard Brooks and Valerie Purdie-Vaughns

Studying Institutional Engagement: Utilizing Social Psychology Research Methodologies to Study Law Student Engagement
Bonita London, Vanessa Anderson, Geraldine Downey

Conclusion to Responses – The Architecture of Inclusion: Interdisciplinary Insights on Pursuing Institutional Citizenship
Susan Sturm

ARTICLES

Pain, Pleasure, and Consenting Women: Exploring Feminist Responses to S/M and Its Legal Regulation in Canada through Jelinek’s The Piano Teacher
Maneesha Deckha

Exposing Sex Stereotypes in Recent Same-Sex Marriage Jurisprudence
Deborah A. Widiss, Elizabeth L. Rosenblatt, Douglas NeJaime

NOTES

The Home as Their Castle: An Analysis of Georgia v. Randolph’s Implications for Domestic Disputes
Meagan Rasch-Chabot

Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway Co. v. White: The Scope of Retaliatory Actions and a Legal Catch-22
Mary Newman

“An Exercise in Fiction”: The Sixth Ammendment confrontation Clause, Forfeiture by Wrongdoing, and Domestic Violence in Davis v. Washington
Rebecca McKinstry

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Volume 30:1, Winter 2007

ARTICLESRemarks on Women’s Progress at the Bar and on the bench for presentation at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, August 11, 2006
Ruth Bader Ginsburg 

 

Social Research and Social Change: Meeting the Challenge of Gender Inequality and Sexual Abuse 

Deborah L. Rhode

Marriage and the Elephant: The Liberal Democratic State’s Regulation of Intimate Relationships Between Adults
Maxine Eichner

Developing Markets in Baby-Making: In the Matter of Baby M
Carol Sanger

It’s Time That You Know: The Shortcomings of Ignorance as Fairness in Employment Law and the Need for an “Information-Shifting” Model
Naomi Schoenbaum

Creating a True Army of One: Four Proposals to Combat Sexual Harassment in Today’s Army
Dana Michael Hollywood

NOTES

A Penumbra Overlooked: The Free Exercise Clause and Lawrence v. Texas
Benjamin M. Eidleson

Missing the Mark: Why the Trafficking Victims Protection Act Fails to Protect sex Trafficking Victims in the United States
April Rieger

BOOK REVIEW

Split Decisions: How and Why to Take a Break from Feminism
by Janet Halley

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Volume 29:2, Summer 2006

ARTICLES

The Architecture of Inclusion: Advancing Workplace Equity in Higher Education
Susan Sturm
pdf file 247
From the International to the Local in Feminist Legal Responses to Rape, Prostitution/Sex Work, and Sex Trafficking: Four Studies in Contemporary Governance Feminism
Janet Halley, Prahba Kotiswaran, Hila Shamir, and Chantal Thomas
pdf file 335
Disability, Life, Death, and Choice
Samuel R. Bagenstos
pdf file 425
A Conversation Among Deans from “Results: Legal Education, Institutional Change, and a Decade of Gender Studies,” Harvard Journal of Law & Gender
Dean Edward Rubin, Dean W.H. Knight, Dean Katherine Bartlett
pdf file 465

COMMENTS

Barnes v. City of Cincinnati: Command Presence, Gender Bias, and Problems of Police Aggression
Mary Newman
pdf file 485
Sexual Violence, Counting to Twenty, and the Metaphysics of Criminal Acts: An Analysis of Valentine v. Konteh
Phil Telfeyan
pdf file 493
The Misleading Metaphor of the Slap in the Face: An Analysis of Ash v. Tyson
Miriam Jacks Achtenberg
pdf file 501

BOOK REVIEW

Pregnancy and Power: A Short History of Reproductive Politics in America.
By Rickie Solinger.
pdf file 509

Editorial Staff

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Volume 29:1. Winter 2006

ARTICLES

Desperately Seeking a Moralist
Robin West
pdf file 1
The Necessity of Sex Change: A Struggle for Intersex and Transsex Liberties
Noa Ben-Asher
pdf file 51
Misogyny, Androgyny, and Sexual Harassment: Sex Discrimination in a Gender-Deconstructed World
Meredith Render
pdf file 99
Family Caps in Welfare Reform: Their Coercive Effects and Damaging Consequences
Rebekah J. Smith
pdf file 151

NOTES

Prosecuting Crimes of Rape and Sexual Violence at the ICTR: The Application of Joint Criminal Enterprise Theory
Rebecca L. Haffajee
pdf file 201
“Take My Riches, Give Me Justice”: A Contextual Analysis of Pakistan’s Honor Crimes Legislation
Mazna Hussain
pdf file 223

Editorial Staff

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Volume 28:2, Summer 2005

ARTICLES

Title IX: Beyond Equal Protection
David S. Cohen
pdf file 217
Eyes Wide Shut: Erasing Women’s Experiences from the Clinic to the Courtroom
Ellen Waldman & Marybeth Herald
pdf file 285

FOCUS SECTION ON LAW AND EMOTION

Legal Feminism and the Emotions: Three Moments in an Evolving Relationship
Kathryn Abrams
pdf file 325
This Is Not Your Father’s Autonomy: Lesbian and Gay Rights from a Feminist and Relational Perspective
Carlos A. Ball
pdf file 345
Willfully Blinded: On Date Rape and Self-Deception
Andrew E. Taslitz
pdf file 381
Gender and Emotion in Criminal Law
Katharine K. Baker
pdf file 447

COMMENT

Reconceptualizing Fatherhood: The Stakes Involved in Newdow
Gloria Chan
pdf file 467

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

Using the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women To Advocate for the Political Rights of Women in a Democratic Burma
Andrea D. Friedman
pdf file 481

Editorial Staff

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Volume 28, Winter 2005

ARTICLES

A Defense of Paid Family Leave
Gillian Lester
pdf file 1
Law and Women’s Agency in Post-Revolutionary Iran
Louise Halper
pdf file 85
False Starts: Harvard Law School’s Efforts Toward Integrating Women into the Faculty, 1928-1981
Mary Elizabeth Basile
pdf file 143

COMMENTS

Pennsylvania State Police v. Suders: Turning a Blind Eye to the Reality of Sexual Harassment
Amal Bass
pdf file 195
Smith v. City of Salem: Transgendered Jurisprudence and an Expanding Meaning of Sex Discrimination Under Title VII
Melinda Chow
pdf file 207

Editorial Staff

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Volume 26, Spring 2003

Introduction

ARTICLES

The Culture of Compliance: The Final Triumph of Form Over Substance in Sexual Harassment Law
Joanna L. Grossman
3
Beyond the Maternal Wall: Relief for Family Caregivers Who Are Discriminated Against on the Job
Joan C. Williams and Nancy Segal
77
The Quiet Revolution: Japanese Women Working Around the Law
Robbi Louise Miller
163

FOCUS SECTION: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

1
Effective Assistance of Counsel for Battered Women Defendants: A Normative Construct
Sarah M. Buel
217
Invisible Victims: Holding the Educational System Liable for Teen Dating Violence at School
Christine N. Carlson
351

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