Highlights of 37 Years of the Feminist Legal Theory Project

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The latest newsletter (here) of the Vulnerability and the Human Condition Project at Emory University, spearheaded by Martha Fineman, highlights many of the contributions made over the last 37 years by the Feminism and Legal Theory Project

The Feminism and Legal Theory Project has archived its materials in the Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library at Emory University School of Law and digitally in the “Women and the Law” collection on HeinOnline

The archives contain drafts of papers and calls for papers from the almost four decades of FLT work. Significantly, it also contains recordings and videos of workshops where papers are presented and discussed. Scholars such as Patricia Williams, Lucie White, Robin West, and many others are seen presenting for the very first time in public in this archive.  

The materials housed currently at Emory are a rich resource for students and scholars wishing to do historic work in feminist legal theory. Anyone who wishes to learn more about the archives is welcome to contact Professor Martha Fineman.

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