Feminist critiques of the public/private dichotomy: Godden’s ‘Tort Law, Human Rights and Rape: Beyond the Enforcement of Criminal Justice’

“This post is by Linda Roland Danil, who is one of our PhD associates. The post responds to Nikki Godden’s paper from our second workshop, which you can listen to here. ‘One of the things that The Public Life of Private Law seminar series has provoked is a reflection of the varied feminist critiques of the public/private dichotomy. As Nikolas Rose provides, the public/private binary is one that finds its roots as far back as Aristotle and his distinction between the polis (the city-state) and oikos (the household) …'” (more)

[The Public Life of Private Law, 23 August]

First posted 2013-08-24 06:10:32

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