The School of Law Gender, Sexuality and Law Research Cluster has organised an exciting new reading group called: Read and Resist!
They will be launching their reading group with their first session 'Law, Feminism, and the Regulation of Identity' in support of LGBT+ history month. This session takes place on 19th February 2020 from 3-5pm in CBC2.001.
The following is a list of sessions:
GSL Research Cluster - Reading Group: Read and Resist!
Welcome to the Gender, Sexuality and the Law Research Cluster Reading Group, Read and Resist! Set up in January 2020 by the Research Cluster, this readi
ng group is open to all Keele staff and students interested in developing their knowledge, reading, and discussion of selected texts.
Our sessions will be held monthly until each vacation period. The research cluster will set a broad theme for each semester. The theme for Semester 2 2020 is:
Vulnerability and Feminist Jurisprudence.
2020 Reading Groups
Session 1: Law, Feminism and The Regulation of Identity (19th February 2020 3-5pm, The Boardroom)
This launch session will support the Keele LGBT Staff Network’s events for LGBT History Month.
Feminism for the 99% (pages 33-40)
Session 2: Revisiting Feminist Legal Strategies: A Transformative Approach? (11th March 2020, 3-5pm, The Boardroom)
Session 3: Feminist Re-imaginings: Vulnerability, Feminism and Judgment Writing (8th April 2020 3-5pm, The Boardroom)
Commentary: Sally Sheldon Judgment: Sonia Harris-Short
Session 4: #MeToo, Vulnerability and Carceral Feminism (6th May 2020, 3-5pm, The Boardroom)
#MeToo must avoid “carceral feminism”
Session 5: Feminism, Law and Emotion (10th June 2020 3-5pm, The Boardroom)