Vol 1, No 1 (2011)

This is the inaugural issue of feminists@law

Table of Contents


Rosemary Hunter, Stacy Douglas, Yvonne Rigby, Madhumanti Mukherjee, Gauri Nanayakkara, Donatella Alessandrini

Feminism and Open Access

Carys J. Craig, Joseph F. Turcotte, Rosemary J. Coombe

Reflections on 'Beyond Accommodation'

Revisiting 'Beyond Accommodation' After Twenty Years
Drucilla Cornell
"Asking for the Moon": A "Musing" on Cornell's 'Beyond Accommodation: Ethical Feminism, Deconstruction and the Law'
Karin van Marle
Beyond Accommodation: The Legacy of Feminist Critique and the Search for Justice
Toni A.M. Johnson

Current and Future Agendas for Feminist Legal Studies

Current and Future Issues for Feminist Legal Studies
Doris Buss
Human Rights Law and Indigenous Women
Irene Watson
Feminism and the Idea of Law
Margaret Davies
Feminist Futures
Karin van Marle
Demanding the Unthinkable
Dean Spade
If Wishes Came True - Future Research Issues for Feminist Legal Scholarship and feminists@law
Eva-Maria Svensson
The Need for an International Focus
Elizabeth Archampong
The Role of the Law in the Rule of Law of the New Oligarchies: A Latin American Feminist Perspective
Breny Mendoza
Biopolitics and the Female Reproductive Body as the New Subject of Law
Allaine Cerwonka, Anna Loutfi
A Magna Carta for All Women
Alda Facio
Priorities of Feminist Legal Research: A sketch, a draft agenda, a hint of an outline...
Vasuki Nesiah


Brenna Bhandar, Julia Chryssostalis, Elena Loizidou, Janice Richardson