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Abbey, Ruth 2005 "Rights" in: Political Concepts: a Reader and a Guide (ed.) Iain MacKenzie, Edinburgh University Press pp. 109-126
2005 The Primary Enemy? Monotheism and Pluralism in How Should We Talk About Religion? James Boyd White (ed.) University of Notre Dame Press 
Auchmuty, Rosemary 2007 Unfair Shares for Women: the rhetoric of equality and reality of inequality" in Anne Bottomley and Hilary Lim, eds., Feminist Perspectives on Land Law, London: Routledge-Cavendish/Glasshouse 171-93
Bhandar, Brenna 2009 “The conceit of sovereignty: towards a post-colonial technique” in Storied Narratives: Narratives of Contact and Arrival in Constituting Political Communities, ed. H. Lessard, R. Johnson, and J. Webber
2007 “Re-covering the Limits of Recognition: The Politics of Difference and Decolonisation in John Borrows’ Recovering Canada: The Resurgence of Indigenous Law” in the Australian Feminist Law Journal
2006 “'Spatializing history’ and opening time: resisting the reproduction of the proper subject” in Law, Time and Reconciliation ed. Scott Veitch, Ashgate
Chigateri, Shraddha 2008 Glory to the Cow: Cultural Difference and Social Justice in the Food Hierarchy in India"  31(1) South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies
Cooper, Davina 2009 "Intimate Public practices: A Methodological Challenge" Feminist Theory Vol 10(3)
2008 ‘Intersectional Travels through Everyday Utopias: The Difference Sexual and Economic Dynamics make’, in E. Grabham, D. Cooper, J. Krishnadas, and D. Herman (eds) Intersectionality and beyond: Law, Power and the Politics of Location, London: Routledge Cavendish 
2007 Being in Public: The Threat and the Promise of Stranger Contact", Law and Social Inquiry 32 203-232
2007 "Well, you go there to get off": Visiting feminist care ethics through a women"s bathhouse", Feminist Theory, vol. 8 (3) 243-262
2006 ‘”Sometimes a Community and Sometimes a Battlefield”: From The Comedic Public Sphere to the Commons of Speakers’ Corner’, 24 Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 753-775
2004 Challenging Diversity: Rethinking Equality and the Value of Difference CUP, Cambridge
FitzGerald, Sharron 2007 "Being the Subaltern in the Twenty-First Century"(eds. Archana Parashar and Amita Dhanda) Decolonisation of Knowledge: Whose Responsibility?  New Delhi: University of New Delhi Press
2007 "Deploying the Racial Order of Things: White Women"s Agency in Canada"s Red River Colony, 1850 and 1863", Women"s History Review
2007 "Hybrid Identities in Canada"s Red River Colony, 1850 and 1863" in The Canadian Geographer
Fletcher, Ruth 2005 Review of Janice Richardson, Selves, Persons, Individuals. Philosophical Perspectives on Women and Legal Obligations, Aldershot: Ashgate, 13/3 Feminist Legal Studies 377-382
Fletcher, Ruth; Buss, David; Monk, D; Monro, Surya & Phillips, Oliver 2005 Gendered Boundaries and Social Movements: Legal Negotiations of the Global and the Local", Special  Edition of Social and Legal Studies Vol.14(1) 
Grabham, Emily 2008 ‘Impressing on the Law: Intersectionality, Ressentiment and Emotions’ in Grabham, Cooper, Krishnadas and Herman (eds) Intersectionality and Beyond: Law, Power and the Politics of Location,  pp. 183-201
2007 "Citizen Bodies, Intersex Citizenship"  Sexualities 10/1 29-48
Grabham, Emily & Conaghan, Joanne  2007 ‘Sexuality and the Citizen-Carer: The “Good Gay” and the Third Way’  Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 58(3): pp.325-342 
Grabham, Emily, Davina Cooper, Jane Krishnadas & Didi Herman 2008 Intersectionality and Beyond: Law, Power and the Politics of Location Routledge-Cavendish
Harding, Rosie & Peel, Elizabeth 2007 ‘Surveying Sexualities: Internet research with non-heterosexuals’  Feminism & Psychology 17(2): 277-285.
Hunter, Rosemary 2008 ‘Would You Like Theory With That? Bridging the Divide Between Policy-Oriented Empirical Legal Research, Critical Theory and Politics’, in Law and Society Reconsidered: Special Issue of Studies in Law, Politics and Society.pp., 121-148
2008 Alternatives to Equality’, in Hunter (ed.), Rethinking Equality Projects in Law,  81-101.
Hunter, Rosemary and Cowan, Sharon  2007 Choice and Consent: Feminist Engagements with Law and Subjectivity, Routlege-Cavendish, Oxford.(ed.)
Jacob, Marie-Andree & Riles, Annelise  2007 “The New Bureaucracies of Virtue: Introduction” (2007) 30:2 Political and Legal Anthropology Review 181-191.
2007 "Papering Ethics, Documenting Consent: the New Bureaucracies of Virtue" Political and Legal Anthropology Review Vol 30(2)
Jivraj, Suhraiya & Herman, Didi 2009 “'It is difficult for a white judge to understand'”:Orientalism, Racialisation, and Christianity in English child welfare cases" Child & Family Law Quarterly Vol 21(3) [Forthcoming]
Johnson, Toni 2005 Book Review of Ratna Kapur, Erotic Justice : Law and the New Politics of Postcolonialism. London: The Glasshouse Press, 2005", Feminist Theory, Volume 6, 3 
Keren-Paz, Tsachi  2008 Torts, Egalitarianism and Distributive Justice (Ashgate 2007) [shortlisted for the SLS Peter Birks Prizes for outstanding legal scholarship2008 and the Hart/SLSA early career prize 2008.]
Klesse, Christian 2005 Poststrukturalistische Theorie, Methodenwahl und Interpretation. Einige Überlegungen und Beispiele aus der Qualitativen Heteronormativitätsforschung", in Pieper, M. (Hg.) Lesarten in der Empirischen Forschung,Münster: LIT Verlag
2005 This is not a Love Song!  Über die Rolle von Liebe und Sex in Diskussionen über Nicht-Monogamie und Polyamory", in T. Bührmann, L. Merritt, und N.B. Schefzig (eds) Polyamourösitäten, Berlin: Orlanda Frauenverlag
2005 Bisexual Women, Non-monogamy, and Differentialist Anti-Promiscuity Discourses", in Sexualities October Issue (Special Issue on the 2004 Cardiff Conference ‘Pleasure and Danger Revisited’)
2005 Heteronormativität, Biphobie und Promiskuitätsvorwürfe", in Hartmann, J., Klesse, C., Wagenknecht, P., Fritzsche, B. and Hackmann, K. (Hgs.) Heteronormativität. Empirische Studien zu Heterosexualität als Gesellschaftliches Machtverhältnis, Wiesbaden: VS
2004 Macht, Differenz und Intersubjektivität im Forschungsprozess. Poststrukturalistische Theorien als Herausforderung Empirischer Praxisforschung", in Hartmann, J. (Hg.) Grenzverwischungen. Vielfältige Lebensweisen im Gender-Sexualitäts- und Generationendiskurs Innsbruck: Studia
Klesse, Christian; Hartmann, Jutta; Wagenknecht, Peter; Fritzsche, Bettina & Hackmann, K.   2005 Heteronormativität. Empirische Studien zu Heterosexualität als Gesellschaftliches Machtverhältnis, Wiesbaden: VS
Krishnadas, Jane 2009 Rights of Re-construction, Identities, Property and Place in Post-disaster to Globalisation processes (Pluto Press)
2008 ‘Encountering Human Rights: Redrawing the Lines of Engagement; Relocating Sites of Governance’ in Pearson. Z ‘The Paradox of Cosmopolitan Right and the Modern State, . InSpire special issue: Vol. 3, No. 1, 
2008 ‘Fractured Sites of Law: Urban Relocations of Cultural, Material and Spatial Social-Legalities’ FitzGerald, S. & Philippopoulos-Minalopoulos, A. co-edited titled: ‘Invisible Laws; Visible Cities’, The Griffith Law ReviewA Journal of Social and Critical Legal Studies volume 17(2), p 515-530
2008 ‘Rights to Govern Lives in Postdisaster Reconstruction Processes’ Global Governance 14:3 
2008 ‘Rights as the Intersections: Rebuilding Cultural, Material and Spatial Spheres – A Transformative Methodology’ in R. Dasgupta ‘Cultural Practices, Political Possibilities’ Cambridge Scholars
2008 Intersectionality and Beyond, Law, Power and the Politics of Location, Routledge. Cavendish, UK Eds Emily Grabham, Davina Cooper, Jane Krishnadas and Didi Herman 
Mookherjee, Monica 2008 Women"s Rights as Multicultural Claims, Edinburgh University Press 
2008 Multiculturalism" in C. McKinnon (ed), Issues in Political Theory, Oxford University Press
2007 ‘Permitting Dishonour: Culture, Gender and Freedom of Expression’  Res Publica 4/1 33-56
2006 "Permitting Dishonour: Gender, Culture and Freedom of Expression" in G. Newey (ed), Freedom of Expression: Counting the Costs Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars" Press
2005 Affective Citizenship: Feminism, Postcolonialism and the Politics of Recognition", Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 8/1  31-50
2005 The Morality of Freedom and the Patriarchal Bargain: A Response to Sawitri Saharso", Ethnicities 5/2  274-280
2005 Equality in Multiplicity: Irigaray"s Multicultural Feminism", 6/3 Feminist Theory 297-323
2005 Feminism and Multiculturalism" , The Journal of Moral Philosophy, 5/1 
Motha, Stewart 2009 Liberal Cults, Suicide Bombers, and other Theological Dilemmas.[8] Journal of Law, Culture, and Humanities, 5 (2). pp. 228-246.
Phillips, Oliver 2005 Ten White Men Thirteen Years Later: The Changing Constitution of Masculinities in South Africa 1987-2000", in Van Zyl, M. and Steyn, M. (eds.) Performing Queer: Sexualities in the New South Africa Cape Town Kwela Books
Riles, Annelise & Jacob, Marie-Andree  2007 “The New Bureaucracies of Virtue: Introduction”  30:2 Political and Legal Anthropology Review 181-191.
Rumens, Nick & Cervantes-Carson, Alejandro  2007 Sexual Politics of Desire and Belonging. New York/Amsterdam: Rodopi 
Sharpe, Alex 2007 “Foucault"s Monsters, the Abnormal Individual and the Challenge of English Law” Journal of Historical Sociology 20(3)
Slaughter, Marty 2005 The Arc and the Zip: Deleuze and Lyotard on Art",15 Law and Critique 3
Walsh, Judy 2004 Sociological Jurisprudence", in Tim Murphy (ed.), Western Jurisprudence, Dublin; London: Thompson Round Hall, pp.168-211
Walsh, Judy;  Baker, John;  Lynch,Kathleen & Cantillon, Sara 2004 Equality: From Theory to Action, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan





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