Those attending Metanoia events may be interested in these recent publications available at the law library:
"Trivial complaints": the role of privacy in domestic violence law and activism in the U.S., by Kirsten S. Rambo (2009).
Call number K3263 .R37 2009 (4th floor)
Race to injustice: lessons learned from the Duke lacrosse rape case, edited by Michael L. Seigel (2009).
Call number KFN7977 .R33 2009 (2nd floor)
Equal : women reshape American law, by Fred Strebeigh (2009).
Call number KF226 .S87 2009 (5th floor)
The rights of women : the authoritative ACLU guide to women's rights, by Lenora M. Lapidus, Emily J. Martin, and Namita Luthra (2009).
Call number KF478 .L37 2009 (5th floor)
Sharing our stories of survival : native women surviving violence, edited by Sarah Deer (2008).
Call number E98.W8 S43 2008 (4th floor)
Rape as a weapon of war: accountability for sexual violence in conflict: hearing before the Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, April 1, 2008.
Available online here
Are women human? and other international dialogues, by Catharine A. MacKinnon (2006).
Call number HQ1236 .M33 2006 (4th floor)
Feminist legal theory : a primer, by Nancy Levit and Robert R.M. Verchick ; foreword by Martha Minow (2006).
Call number KF478 .L49 2006 (5th floor)