Liberalism, Development, And Gender: Responses to the Papers. (In This Issue, P. 3, 21, 65, 89, 125, 133, 179, 201, 219) (The Works of Martha C. Nussbaum: Feminism and Liberalism; History, Identity and Sexuality; Gender and Development)
Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 2010, Wntr, 19, 1
Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
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I must begin by warmly thanking all the people here at Columbia who made this Symposium possible. I feel immensely honored and grateful for all of the time the participants spent with my work and for their acute criticisms. I shall introduce my specific responses to the papers by saying something about the ways that gender and sexuality figure in my work over the years. Then, I shall move through the papers, grouping them by thematic sections, but considering each separately to some extent, because I really learned so much from each of them. I. OVERVIEW: MY WORK ON GENDER AND SEXUALITY
- Category: Law
- Published: 01 January 2010
- Publisher: Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
- Seller: The Gale Group, Inc.
- Print Length: 68 Pages
- Language: English