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  1. ‘Is This a Time of Beautiful Chaos?’: Reflecting on International Feminist Legal Methods.Faye Bird - 2020 - Feminist Legal Studies 28 (2):179-203.
    This article considers how Margaret Jane Radin’s theory of the feminist double bind can bring conceptual clarity to the difficulties feminisms face in engaging with political and legal institutions of global governance. I draw on her theory to reinitiate a conversation on ideal and nonideal theory, in order to answer the call of key proponents in international legal feminism to reevaluate methodologies in critiquing mainstream institutions. By providing an account of how to navigate the double bind, this article brings conceptual (...)
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  • A Wench’s Guide to Surviving a ‘Global’ Pandemic Crisis: Feminist Publishing in a Time of COVID-19.Zainab Batul Naqvi & Yvette Russell - 2020 - Feminist Legal Studies 28 (2):113-131.
    It has been quite a year so far and as the wenches we are, we have been taking our time to collect our thoughts and reflections before sharing them at the start of this issue of the journal. In this editorial we think through the COVID-19 pandemic and its devastating effects on the world, on our lives and on our editorial processes. We renew our commitment to improving our operations as a journal and its health along with our own as (...)
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  • #RepealedThe8th: Translating Travesty, Global Conversation, and the Irish Abortion Referendum.Ruth Fletcher - 2018 - Feminist Legal Studies 26 (3):233-259.
    Why does #RepealedThe8th matter for feminist legal studies? The answers seem obvious in one sense. Feminism has long constituted itself through the struggle for sexual and reproductive justice, and Irish feminism has contributed a significant ‘legal win’ with the landslide vote of approval for lifting abortion restrictions in the referendum on the 25th May 2018. That win comes at a global moment when populist legal engagement is doing significant damage in countries that regard themselves as world leaders, and beyond. #RepealedThe8th (...)
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