By Martha Albertson Fineman, Jack E. Jackson, Adam P. Romero
Feminist and Queer criminal thought: Intimate Encounters, Uncomfortable Conversations is a groundbreaking assortment that brings jointly major students in modern felony conception. the quantity explores, now and then contentiously, convergences and departures between quite a few feminist and queer political initiatives. those explorations - foregrounded via felony concerns akin to marriage equality, sexual harassment, employees' rights, and privateness - re-draw and re-imagine the alliances and antagonisms constituting feminist and queer idea. The essays move a spectrum of disciplinary matrixes, together with jurisprudence, political philosophy, literary thought, severe race idea, women's reviews, and homosexual and lesbian reviews. The authors occupy a number of political positions vis-Ã -vis questions of id, rights, the nation, cultural normalization, and financial liberalism. The richness and power of feminist and queer conception, in addition to their relevance to concerns relevant to the legislations and politics of our time, are on complete reveal during this quantity.
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While I was thinking this through, I edited, with Andrew Parker, a collection of essays on the possibility that queer theory has exceptional possibility (Halley and Parker, 2007). Many of the contributions to that volume manifest the appetite for theoretic indeterminacy that I now admire. I hope this pentimento can suggest that changing one’s mind in public is a strong, not a weak, form of political/ intellectual engagement. But that is for the reader to decide! Chapter 2 Theorizing Yes: An Essay On Feminism, Law, and Desire Katherine M.
And indeed, that is how I saw it in 2004, when I wrote the article from which this chapter is abstracted. I now regard this Conclusion to be a profound error in intellectual and political strategy. It confounds analytic description with theoretic desire, indulges in the futility of theoretic perfectionism, and exaggerates the utopian possibilities of queer theory and indeed any theory. ” While I was thinking this through, I edited, with Andrew Parker, a collection of essays on the possibility that queer theory has exceptional possibility (Halley and Parker, 2007).
Why do legal feminists frame questions of sexuality more narrowly than our colleagues in other fields? Is there something intrinsic to a legal approach to sexuality that deprives us of the tools, authority, or expertise to address desire head on? Can law protect pleasure? Should it? Or have legal feminists implicitly made the (I believe mistaken) strategic judgment that feminist legal theory cannot explore sexuality positively until danger and dependency are first eliminated? I cannot promise answers to these difficult questions for law and for feminism.
Feminist and queer legal theory : intimate encounters, uncomfortable conversations by Martha Albertson Fineman, Jack E. Jackson, Adam P. Romero