Gender as a Core Value in Teaching Constitutional Law

19 Pages Posted: 12 Jun 2012

Date Written: June 12, 2012


This essay was part of a symposium sponsored by the AALS Section on Women, entitled Gender as a Core Teaching Value. In this piece, Professor Hanna discusses the importance of highlighting gender in Constitutional Law courses, not just on 'equal protection day" but throughout the curriculum. To that end, she provides concrete ideas and examples about how to help students discuss issues of gender in a variety of cases and contexts.

Keywords: Constitutional Law, Gender, Equal Protection, Teaching, Due Process

Suggested Citation

Hanna, Cheryl, Gender as a Core Value in Teaching Constitutional Law (June 12, 2012). Oklahoma City University Law Review, Vol. 36, No. 513, 2011, Vermont Law School Research Paper No. 09-12, Available at SSRN:

Cheryl Hanna (Contact Author)

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