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|Title:||Doing and undoing feminism: a jurisdictional journey|
|Citation:||Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. 50 No. 20 (2015): 44-47|
|Abstract:||What does it mean for a man to conduct oneself as a feminist? It is this question that the author, a legal academic, dwells on in this essay. The article can be seen as a jurisdictional auto-critique about feminism's relationship with law, which by extension is a comment on the author's relationship with both law and feminism and his attempt to fashion a lawful feminist self as a man.|
|Appears in Collections:||JGU Research Publications|
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