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Talking to Ourselves? Feminist Scholarship in International Law

Charlesworth, Hilary


Feminist scholarship in international law has generated debate between feminists, but little engagement from the disciplinary main-stream. This chapter addresses one strand of the internal debate, Janet Halley's argument that feminism has come to exercise considerable powerin international law and its institutions; and that it does so with little self-reflection, indeed denying its own influence by asserting an inauthentic under-dog status. After describing the place of feminist theorising in...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Book chapter


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