2014-2015 School of Law Catalog 
    
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LAW 304 - Gender and the Law Seminar.


This course will introduce students to feminist legal theory and explore the ways in which gender equality theory has evolved over time, including the following schools of thought: liberal equality theory, difference feminism, dominance theory, anti-essentialism and the intersection of gender and racial equality, and post-modernism. Moving from theory to practice, the course will then explore the application of feminist theory in various legal contexts, including domestic violence, sexual harassment, reproductive rights, marriage and family, education, and global women’s rights. Two hours. Bond Not offered in 2014-2015.



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