Preface Carol Smart Notes on contributors Introduction Part 1 Criminal Law Reform Case Studies 1 Provocation by 'Sexual Infidelity' Diminishing Returns? - Adrian Howe 2 Feminist Dilemmas with Law Reform Victoria, Australia - Danielle Tyson and Bronwyn Naylor 3 Criminalising Femicide in Latin American Countries: Legal Power Working For Women? - Patsili Toledo Part 2 Proliferating Sites of Feminist Legal Intervention 4 'Being Wrought, Perplexed in the Extreme' Othello and his Syndrome - Adrian Howe 5 Fighting Femicide in Turkey Feminist Legal Challenges Daniela Alaattinoglu and Cemre Baytok 6 The Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability Myrna Dawson 7 Judicial Discourse versus Domestic Violence Death Review: An Australian Case Study - Anna Butler and Emma Buxton-Namisnyk 8 Italian Legal Feminism Engaging with the Power of Law - Ilaria Boiano 9 Legal Education Challenging the Finnish Criminal Law Syllabus - Daniela Alaattinoglu and Johanna Niemi 10 Finland on Trial Marjo Rantala Epilogue Index
Adrian Howe is an associate lecturer, Law School, Birkbeck University, London where she also has a visiting post. She has published widely in the field of sexed violence and is currently developing a Theatre in Education project based on her research on intimate partner femicide cases. The project's first play, Othello on Trial, has been performed in Melbourne, Australia and London, UK. Daniela Alaattinoglu is a doctoral candidate at the European University Institute, Italy. She has taught criminal law at the Finnish Police University College and published within the fields of femicide, gender and law, gender violence and human rights. Her LLM thesis was awarded with the annual award for excellence by the Finnish Lawyers' Association in 2014.