New Scholarship about Rural Women and Rural Livelihoods

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Lisa R. Pruitt at UC Davis School of Law has followed up on her 2007 article, Toward a Feminist Theory of the Rural, with two forthcoming articles about rural women. Both draw on the discipline of critical geography to explore differences associated with rurality, the first from a theoretical perspective and the second as applied to the phenomenon of domestic violence. Gender, Geography & Rural Justice is forthcoming in the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice and may be downloaded here. Place Matters: Domestic Abuse and Rural Difference will be published in the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society, in a symposium celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Feminism and Legal Theory Project. Download it here.

Pruitt continues to publish about other intersections of law with rural livelihoods. Her Latina/os, Locality & Law in the Rural South is forthcoming in the Harvard Latino Law Review (2009), and The Forgotten Fifth: Rural Youth and Substance Abuse will be published in the Stanford Law and Policy Review (2009).

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