Feminist Jurisprudence
General Catalog Course Title:
Feminist Jurisprudence
Terms Offered:
Spring 2014
Fall 2011
Spring 2010
Fall 2009

This course will explore the ways in which feminist theory has shaped conceptions of the law, as well as examine a range of feminist legal theories, including equality, difference, dominance, intersectional, poststructural, postcolonial theories. It will ask how these theories have shaped legal interventions in areas including workplace/educational access, sexualized coercion, work/family conflict, "cultural" defenses, and globalized sweatshop labor.

For more detailed information about classes, please visit the UC Berkeley Online Schedule of Classes.