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Race, Gender, and the Law

This year-long course will focus on the female gender, with various faculty leading monthly discussion groups based on selected books.

Course Info

Prof. Solomon will lead a discussion about The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks.

Prof. Entin will lead a discussion about Freedom's Daughters.

Prof. Jaffe will lead a discussion about Infidel.

Prof. Mansfield will lead a discussion about The Warmth of Other Suns.

Porf. McMunigal will lead a discussion about My Beloved World.

Prof. Hardaway will lead a discussion about The Lemonade Reader

Dean Adamson will lead a discussion about Beloved.

Prof. Benza will lead a discussion about Radicalized Bodies, Disabling Worlds.

Prof. Pollis will lead a discussion about The Woman's Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote.

If there is space available after students register, law school staff may join the course.

 

More titles will be added to this guide.

 

Books

Additional Resources

Race, Law & Society (2020-2021)

2020-2021 Books