Symposium Videos - Scholarship of Catharine MacKinnon

Tulsa Law Review Legal Scholarship Symposium

THE SCHOLARSHIP OF
Catharine MacKinnon

Friday, March 5
Opening Remarks Morning Session Video by Dean Janet Levit
Tribute to Professor Linda Lacey by Professor Marianne Blair
Introduction by Professor Patience Crowder
Susanne Baer Video
"Traveling Concepts: Substantive Equality on the Road"
Introduction by Professor Patience Crowder
Marc Spindelman
"Homosexuality and Sex Equality"
Introduction by Vice Dean Gary Allison
Sheila McIntyre Video
"Timely Interventions: MacKinnon's Contribution to Canadian Equality Jurisprudence"
Introduction by Vice Dean Gary Allison
Karima Bennoune
"Why Does It Matter if Women Are Human?: Reflections on MacKinnon's International Law Scholarship"
Opening Remarks Afternoon Session by Jo Ann Palchak
Introduction by Professor Betsy McCormick
Judy Burnham
"The World as She Found It written by Ann Scales"
Introduction by Professor Betsy McCormick
Lori Watson
"Toward a Feminist Theory of Justice: Political Liberalism and the Feminist Method"
Introduction by Professor Lyn Entzeroth
Kimberle Crenshaw
"Intersectionality and Dominance Theory: Telling Tales about Difference and Power"
Introduction by Professor Lyn Entzeroth
Gerald Torres Video
"Creating a Discourse: Changing Meaning in the Law"
Introduction by Professor Tamara Piety
Catharine MacKinnon