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Auchmuty, Rosemary 2004 "Not Just a Good Children"s Story: a Tribute to Adverse Possession". Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 68, 293-307
D"Souza, Radha 2007 ‘Looking Into the Crystal Ball: “Civil Society” and “Humanity” in the 21st Century’: Polylog: Journal of Intercultural Philosophy, vol 18 p. 55-62
Dasgupta, Rohee  2008 Of Cultural Deference: A Conversation with Rabbi Tanya Segal, Poland"s, First Female Rabbi", published in Gender Forum"s online (current) issue on Gender and Jewish Culture (available under issues):
Drakopoulou, Maria 2008 “Feminism, Critique and the Reform of Law” inK. Arioli, M. Cottier and Z. Küng (eds.),Wandel der Geschlechterverhältnisse durch Recht?, Zürich, Dike Verlag. 
2008 “Feminism, Governmentality and the Politics of Legal Reform”, Griffiths Law Review 8/1: 330-356 
2007 “Feminism and Consent: a genealogical inquiry” in R. Hunter and S. Cowan (eds.), Choice and Consent; Feminist engagements with law and subjectivity, London: Routledge-Cavendish, pp. 9-38
2007 “Feminism and the Siren Call of Law”, Law and Critique 18: 331-360
2007 “Of the founding of law’s jurisdiction and the politics of sexual difference: the case of Roman law” in S. McVeigh (ed.), The Jurisprudence of Jurisdictions, London: Routledge-Cavendish, pp. 33-60
Fox, Marie 2009 "Taking Dogs Seriously", Law, Culture and Humanities 5:3
Gies, Lieve  2008 ‘How Material are Cyberbodies?: Broadband Internet and Embodied Subjectivity’, Crime, Media, Culture vol 4 (3)
2008 Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, Volume 7 Number 1 – ’Governing Celebrity: Multiculturalism, Offensive Television Content and Celebrity Big Brother 2007’ ‘Celebrity Big Brother, Human Rights and Popular Culture’
2007 How material are cyberbodies? The Internet as a medium of re-embodiment’, (2007) Conference Proceedings ‘The Good, The Bad and the Unexpected: The User and the Future of New Information and Communication Technologies’, Moscow 23-25 
2007 Law and the Media: The Future of an Uneasy relationship, London: Routledge-Cavendish
2006 ‘The Media and Public Understanding of the Law’, in S. Greenfield and G. Osborn (eds.) Readings in Law and Popular Culture London: Routledge 
2005 "Law as popular culture: cross-disciplinary encounters", 19 Continuum 2
Grabham, Emily 2009 “Flagging” the Skin: Corporeal Nationalism and the Politics of Belonging’  Body & Society 15(1): pp. 63-82
Harding, Rosie & Peel, Elizabeth 2007 ‘Heterosexism at Work: Diversity Training, discrimination law and the Limits of Liberal Individualism’ in V Clarke and E Peel, eds., Out in Psychology: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer perspectives Chichester: Wiley,  247-271
Harding, Rosie & Peel, Elizabeth 2007 Heterosexism at Work: Diversity training, discrimination law and the limits of liberal individualism. In V. Clarke & E. Peel (Eds.) Out in Psychology: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspectives. Chichester, New York & Brisbane: Wiley. 
Herman, Didi 2008 `I Do Not Attach Great Significance to it": Taking Note of `The Holocaust" in English Case Law, Social & Legal Studies 2008 17: 427-452
2006 "An Unfortunate Coincidence”: Jews and Jewishness in Twentieth-Century English Judicial Discourse’, Journal of Law and Society  33 (2): 277-301
2005 “‘I’m Gay’: Declarations, Desire, and Coming Out on Prime-Time Television”, Sexualities Vol 8, 7-29
2005 "Juliet and Juliet would be more my cup of tea": Sexuality, law, and
popular culture" in Law and Popular Culture: Current Legal Issues Volume 7, M. Freeman (ed). Oxford University Press,  pp.470-488
Hobbs, Tony 2006 "Legal requirements of experts giving evidence to courts in the UK: PAS and the experts failure to comply", Chapter 34 in: Gardner, R. A., Sauber, S. R. and Lorandos, D. [Eds.] (2006) The International Handbook of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Conceptual, Clinical and Legal Considerations, Springfield, Illinois: Charles C.Thomas Publisher Ltd
2006 Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) in the United Kingdom: Problems in recognition and management', Chapter 7 in: Gardner, R., Sauber, R. and Lorandos, D. [Eds.] (2006) The International Handbook of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Conceptual,Clinical and Legal Considerations, Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas Publisher Ltd
Johnson, Toni 2007 ‘Flamers, Flaunting and permissible prosecution: R.G. (Columbia) v. Secretary of State for the Home Office 2006’  Feminist Legal Studies 15/1 99-111
Jung, Fabienne 2007 ‘The Truth Is… Lesbian Narratives of Gender’ in Bound and Unbound: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Genders and Sexualities. Co-edited by Z Davy, J Downes, L Eckert, N Gerodetti, D Llinares, A C Santos, A C Smith. Cambridge Scholars Press 
King, Anna & Maruna, Shadd 2005 The function of fiction for a punitive public ’ in Captured by the Media: prison discourse in popular culture, Mason, Paul (ed.), Cullompton, Willan Publishing
Lamble, Sarah 2008 “Retelling Racialized Violence, Remaking White Innocence: The Politics of Interlocking Oppressions in Transgender Day of Remembrance”  Sexuality Research & Social Policy 5 (1): 24-42.
Pearson, Zoe  2008 ‘Spaces of International Law’ 17(2) Griffith Law Review: Special Issue ‘Invisible Laws, Visible Cities’ 489-514
2008 Guest editor of "The Paradox of Cosmopolitan Right and the Modern State", Special Issue, 3(1) In-Spire Journal of Law, Politics and Societies
2008 Guest editor, In-Spire Journal of Law, Politics and Societies Special Issue ‘The Paradox of Cosmopolitan Right and the Modern State’, Vol. 3(1) at
Thomas, Dania 2009 ‘Race and the Refusal to Name Racism: Consumption, Identity and Choice in the Celebrity Big Brother House’.
Thomson, Michael 2009 A tale of two bodies: the male body in feminist legal theory"
in M.L. Fineman, Transcending the Boundaries of Law, London: Routledge [fothcoming]
2007 Endowed: Regulating the Male Sexed Body, NY Routledge
2005 J. Rollins, Aids and the Sexuality of Law: Ironic Jurisprudence (New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2004), Feminist Legal Studies 12 (2005), 347-351




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