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Kimberly Wingteung Seto

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Tara M. Vrettos

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Sebastian Weiss

SYMPOSIUM

2002

SYMPOSIUM 

Mary Jo White

VOLUME 10

ISSUE 2

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

Jacqueline Mertz

STUDENT ESSAYS | DEFINING FEMINISM

Elisa Laird

STUDENT ESSAYS | DEFINING FEMINISM

Pantea Javidan

STUDENT ESSAYS | DEFINING FEMINISM

Kimberly Charles

STUDENT ESSAYS | INTIMATE VIOLENCE

Jessica Dayton

STUDENT ESSAYS | INTIMATE VIOLENCE

Marnie J. Franklin

STUDENT ESSAYS | TO IMAGINE GENDER

Maria-Victoria Castro

STUDENT ESSAYS | TO IMAGINE GENDER

Marie Galanti

STUDENT ESSAYS | TO IMAGINE GENDER

Victoria Alexeeva

STUDENT ESSAYS | WOMEN AT WORK

Autumn Mesa

STUDENT ESSAYS | WOMEN AT WORK

Diane Gentry

STUDENT ESSAYS | WOMEN AT WORK

Ekee Ehrlich

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Keith Aoki

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Anthony Paul Farley

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Zanita E. Fenton

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Peter Goodrich

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Phyllis Goldfarb

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Karin Grahn

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Alice Kaswan

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Linda G. Mills

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Reginald Oh

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Deborah W. Post

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

The Performance of Femininity/The Perils of Law

Kerry Rittich

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Daria Roithmayr

PROFESSOR COMMENTARY

Josephine Ross

AFTERWORD

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

Angela P. Harris