The Contribution of Feminism to Contemporary Public Debates About Law

  • Nicola Barker Kent Law School
  • Sinead Ring Kent Law School, University of Kent.
  • Maria Drakopoulou Kent Law School, University of Kent
  • Rosemary Hunter Kent Law School, University of Kent
Keywords: feminism, public debate, rape myths, austerity, law

Abstract

This is the audio recording of a panel session at the Kent Critical Law Society conference held at the University of Kent on 1 March 2014. Nicola Barker speaks on 'Feminism, Family and the Politics of Austerity' (with accompanying powerpoint slides); Sinead Ring speaks on 'The Pernicious Nature of Rape Myths and How They Continue to Affect Rape Prosecutions'; Maria Drakopoulou speaks on 'Feminism, Tradition and the Question of Sexual Violence'; and Rosemary Hunter acts as discussant, commenting on all three papers.

Author Biographies

Nicola Barker, Kent Law School
Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Kent, UK.
Sinead Ring, Kent Law School, University of Kent.
Lecturer in Law, University of Kent, UK.
Maria Drakopoulou, Kent Law School, University of Kent
Reader in Law, University of Kent, UK.
Rosemary Hunter, Kent Law School, University of Kent
Professor of Law, University of Kent, UK.
How to Cite
Barker, N., Ring, S., Drakopoulou, M., & Hunter, R. (1). The Contribution of Feminism to Contemporary Public Debates About Law. feminists@law, 4(1). Retrieved from https://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/feministsatlaw/article/view/103
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