New in feminists@law

Recently published in Vol 7, No 2 of feminists@law:

  • In a new contribution to our series 'Feminist perspectives on Brexit', Sarah Keenan considers 'identity politics' and property in the Trump/Brexit era. This comment was originally given as a paper for the Feminists @ Law: Revisiting Identity Symposium held at UTS, Sydney in November 2017. Other papers from this Symposium will appear in a future special section of feminists@law
  • Starla Hargita critiques Australia's parental leave pay scheme and proposes a retemporalisation of care work in her article 'Australia's Parental Leave Pay Scheme: Temporal Disruption and "Genuine" Attachment to Waged Work'.
  • Papers by Karin van Marle, Samia Bano, Kcasey McLoughlin and Rosemary Hunter from the Diversity and Legal Reasoning workshop held at Queen Mary University of London on 23 November 2016.

Previously published in Vol 7, No 1:

  • Papers by Loveday Hodson, Sari Kouvo, Grietje Baars and Vanja Hamzic from the symposium held at SOAS, University of London in September 2016 to celebrate the scholarship of Dianne Otto, with an Introduction by Gina Heathcote and Response by Dianne Otto.
  • A new audio recording: 'Queering Asylum Anxieties'. In this paper from the 2017 SLSA conference, Senthorun Raj argues that fear of a queer refugee jurisrprudence stifles decision-making in sexual orientation and gender identity refugee claims.