CARDOZO WOMEN'S LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 9                        2003                       NUMBER 2
 

EDITORIAL STAFF

PREFACE
A Closed Mind is a Wonderful Thing to Lose
Ruth Arlene Howe


FOREWORD
To Do Feminist Legal Theory
Maria Grahn-Farley


STUDENT ESSAYS
 

DEFINING FEMINISM
Women of Color-What Their Voices Teach Us

Jacqueline Mertz


The Law is Straight and Narrow, How American Courts Define Families

Elisa Laird


Invisible Targets: Juvenile Prostitution, Crackdown Legislation, and the Example of California

Pantea Javidan


Sexism is a "Family Value"

Kimberly Charles


INTIMATE VIOLENCE
The Silencing of a Woman's Choice: Mandatory Arrest and No Drop Prosecution Policies in Domestic Violence Cases

Jessica Dayton


The Closet Becomes Darker for the Abused: A Perspective on Lesbian Partner Abuse

Marnie J. Franklin

 

TO IMAGINE GENDER
La Mujer Argentina Que Soy Yo/The Argentinean Woman That I Am

Maria-Victoria Castro


The Andrea Yates Trial: What is Wrong with this Picture?

Marie Galanti


Images of Women Lawyers: Over-Representation of Their Femininity in Media

Victoria Alexeeva


WOMEN AT WORK
A Woman's Climb Up the Law School Ladder

Autumn Mesa


Title VII Limitations-Keeping the Workplace Hostile

Diane Gentry


Caution: Men at Work

Ekee Ehrlich


PROFESSOR COMMENTARIES
Does Nothing Ever Change; Is Everything New? Comments on the "To Do Feminist Legal Theory" Symposium

Keith Aoki


Cassiopeia

Anthony Paul Farley


To Do is to Be

Zanita E. Fenton


Democracy Realized One Classroom at a Time

Peter Goodrich


Creating a New Tango: Re-Imagining Gender

Phyllis Goldfarb


Hockey-boys, Ice Princesses, Gender Values & the Practice of Equality

Karin Grahn


Defining the Movement: Parallels Between Feminism and Environmentalism

Alice Kaswan

Intimate Violence as Intimate: The Journey and a Path

Linda G. Mills


Defining Feminism, Defining Feminisms

Reginald Oh


Which Wave Are You? Comments on the Collected Essays from the Seminar "To Do Feminist Legal Theory"

Deborah W. Post


The Performance of Femininity/The Perils of Law
Kerry Rittich


A Bad Subject

Daria Roithmayr


The Fault Lines of Domestic Violence Enforcement

Josephine Ross


AFTERWORD
Bad Subjects: The Practice of Theory and the Constitution of Identity in Legal Culture

Angela P. Harris