Contents: Editors' introduction, Margaret Davies and Vanessa E. Munro; Part I Theoretical Questions in Feminist Legal Theory: Contesting the dominant paradigm: feminist critiques of liberal legalism, Rosemary Hunter; Feminism, law and materialism: reclaiming the 'tainted' realm, Joanne Conaghan; Freedom, power, and agency in feminist legal theory, Nancy J. Hirschmann; Law's truths and the truth about law: interdisciplinary refractions, Margaret Davies. Part II Concepts in Feminist Legal Theory: Equality and difference: fertile tensions or fatal contradictions for advancing the interests of disadvantaged women?, Elsje Bonthuys; 'What a long, strange trip it's been': feminist and queer travel with sex, gender and sexuality, Sharon Cowan; Theorizing race, theorizing racism: new directions in interdisciplinary scholarship, Jennifer C. Nash; Feminists rethink multiculturalism: resisting essentialism and cross-cultural hypocrisy, Sarah Song; In the name of God? Religion and feminist legal theory, Samia Bano. Part III Issues in Feminist Legal Theory: Gender and terrain: feminists theorize citizenship, Margot Young; International human rights law: towards rethinking sex/gender dualism, Diane Otto; A new frontline for feminism and international humanitarian law, Judith Gardam; Violence against women, 'victimhood' and the (neo)liberal state, Vanessa E. Munro; The body, bodies, embodiment: feminist legal engagement with health, Marie Fox and Therese Murphy; Motherhood and law: constructing and challenging normativity, Susan B. Boyd; Marriage and civil partnership: law's role, feminism's response, Rosemary Auchmuty; Gendered power over taxes and budgets, A...sa Gunnarsson; From women and labour law to putting gender and law to work, Judy Fudge; Gender, justice and law in a global market, Ann Stewart; Women, migration and the constitutional underpinning of the European Union, Patricia Tuitt; Ecofeminism and the environment: international law and climate cha
Margaret Davies is Professor of Law at Flinders University, Australia and Vanessa E. Munro is Professor of Law and Society at the School of Law, University of Leicester, UK.