FLaK: Mixing Feminism, Legality and Knowledge
Feminist Legal Studies 23(3): 241-252
Posted: 29 Feb 2016 Last revised: 13 Aug 2016
Date Written: November 30, 2015
This editorial explains the themes of the upcoming FLaK seminar (30 June-1 July 2016) and how those themes draw on the collective and individual contributions of the articles, interviews and commentaries presented in this issue. At FLaK, we propose to think with others about the kind of ‘kitchen table’ that FLS might provide into the future. How might feminist legal studies -- the approach and the journal -- best use its food, equipment, techniques, time, space, mood, energy and commitment? How shall FLS scholars and associates make the most of what we have in a room that can sometimes be confining and confusing, yet also exciting and sustaining? How do others engage with the processes and products of our kitchen table? In considering these issues and more, we propose to draw reflexively on feminist legacies of praxis, internationalism and openness, as we stock up and critically reflect on decolonizing techniques, legal know-how, protest and publishing practices.
Note: This is available online open access via Springerlink doi: 10.1007/s10691-015-9306-4.
Keywords: feminist legal theory; socio-legal methods; legal methodology; editing; kitchen table; FLaK
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