Feminist Resources

  • Sara Ahmed,  Living a Feminist Life (2017)
  • Sara Ahmed, The Feminist Killjoy Handbook. London: Penguin (2023)
  • Fiona de Londras & Máiréad Enright, Repealing the 8th: Reforming Irish Abortion Law, (Policy Press, 2018).</li
  • Adebisi, Foluke, Ntina Tzouvala, Suhraiya Jivraj Decolonisation, Anti-Racism, and Legal Pedagogy: Strategies, Successes, and Challenges (Taylor & Francis Group, 2023)
  • Adébísí, Folúkẹ́. Decolonisation and legal knowledge: reflections on power and possibility (Policy Press, 2023)
  • Pragya Agarwal, Hysterical: Exploding the Myth of Gendered Emotions (2022)
  • Bryant L and K Jaworski (2015), ‘Introduction: Daring to walk on the grass’ in L Bryant and K Jaworksi (eds), Women Supervising and Writing Doctoral Theses: Walking on the Grass. Lexington Books, 1-18.
  • Hilary Charlesworth, ‘Talking to ourselves? Feminist scholarship in international law’ in Feminist Perspectives on Contemporary International Law: Between Resistance and Compliance?, Hart Publishing, (2011) pp17-32
  • Caroline Criado-Perez, Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men (2019)
  • M E David, ‘A Personal Reflection on doctoral supervision from a feminist perspective’ in Melanie Walker and Pat Thomson (eds), The Routledge Doctoral Supervisor’s Companion (Routledge 2010)
  • Fitzsimons, Camilla, ‘Feminist Pedagogy and Reproductive Rights’ (LLM Thesis, TCD 2021-22) mural.maynoothuniversity.ie/17030/1/CamillaFitzsimonsFeminist2022.pdf
  • Nathalia Ginsberg, The Little Virtues  (1962)
  • Charlotte Gordon, Romantic Outlaws The Extraordinary Lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and Her Daughter Mary Shelley (2015)
  • bell hooks Feminism is for Everybody: Passionate Politics (2000)
  • bell hooks, The Oppositional Gaze: Black Female Spectators, (2014 2nd edition Routledge)
  • bell hooks, Teaching to Transgress Education as the Practice of Freedom, (2014, Routledge)
  • Catharine MacKinnon, Toward a Feminist Theory of the State (1989)
  • Okech, Awino ‘The Feminist Classroom in a Neoliberal University’ in Ryan-Flood, R., Crowhurst, I. & Hawkins, L. (eds.) Difficult Conversations: A Feminist Dialogue. (2023, Routledge)
  • Lola Olufemi, Feminism Interrupted (2020)
  • Govinda, Radhika, ‘Decolonising Feminist Classrooms’, in R. Govinda, F. Mackay, K. Menon and R. Sen (eds.), Doing Feminisms in the Academy, (New Delhi and Chicago: Zubaan Publications and The University of Chicago Press 2020).
  • Laura Sjoberg & Caron E Gentry, Mothers, Monsters, Whores (2007)
  • Sylvia Tamale, Decolonization and Afro-Feminism (2020)
  • Arielle Zibrak, Guilty Pleasures (2021)
  • LM Alcott, Little Women (1868)
  • Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre (1847)
  • Sīmīn Dānishvar, Sauvashun: A Novel about Modern Iran (1969)
  • Lisa Halliday, Asymmetry (2018)
  • Ursula K Le Guin, ‘She Unnames Them’ The New Yorker, (1985) available lchc.ucsd.edu/mca/Mail/xmcamail.2013_01.dir/pdf4gQ1dofjT0.pdf
  • Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own (1929)
  • Taylor Swift ‘Red’
  • Rihanna ‘Loud’
  • Ms Lauren Hill ‘Unplugged Album’
  • Abrams, Jamie R. ‘Feminist Pedagogy in Legal Education’ (2021) 4 Legal Studies Research Paper Series Paper 1.
  • Rosemary Auchmuty, ‘Whatever happened to Miss Bebb? Bebb v The Law Society and women’s legal history ’ (2011) 31 Legal Studies pp199-230  doi.org/10.1111/j.1748-121X.2010.00180.x
  • Auchmuty, Rosemary ‘Using feminist judgments in the property law classroom’ (2012) 46 The Law Teacher 227.
  • Crawford, B. J., Stanchi, K. M., Berger, L. L., Appleby, G., Appleton, S. F., Astoria, R., … & Wilkins, P. A. ‘Teaching with Feminist Judgments: A Global Conversation’ (2020) 38 Law and Inequality 1.
  • Anne Enright, “The Genesis of Blame” (2018) 40 (5) London Review of Books www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v40/n05/anne-enright/the-genesis-of-blame
  • Fannin, M and M Perrier (2017), ‘“Birth work” accompaniment and PhD supervision: an alternative feminist pedagogy for the neoliberal university’. Gender and Education, 31(1): 136-152.
  • Melissa J Fickling and Jodi L Tangen, ‘A Journey Toward Feminist Supervision: A Dual Autoethnographic Inquiry’ (2017) 9(2) The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, Article 9
  • Michael Flood et al, ‘Combining Academia and Activism’ (2013) 55 1 Australian Universities’ Review 17. https://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/89/
  • Grant, BM (2023), ‘Dismantling the father’s house? Women as doctoral supervisors’. Learning and Teaching, 16(1): 1-30.
  • Heathcote, Gina and Lucia Kula (2023), ‘Abandoning the idealized white subject of legal feminism: A manifesto for silence in a Lusophone register’. Global Constitutionalism, 12(3): 469-494.
  • Mary Laing, “Maybe I’m a quiet activist’: Sex work scholars and negotiations of ‘minor’ academic activism’ [2022] Sexualities 1.
  • researchportal.northumbria.ac.uk/ws/portalfilesportal/67981608/13634607211068690.pdf 
  • Catharine MacKinnon, ‘Mainstreaming Feminism in Legal Education.’ (2003) 53 Journal of Legal Education 199
  • Monopoli, Paula A. ‘Feminist Legal History and Legal Pedagogy’ (2022) 108 Virginia Law Review Online 91.
  • Shalleck , Ann, ‘The Feminist Academic’s Challenge to Legal Education: Creating Sites for Change’ (2011) 20 Journal of Law and Policy 361
  • Stanchi, Kathryn M ‘Exploring the law of law teaching: A feminist process’ (2000) 34 J. Marshall L. Rev.  193
  • Korto Reeves, Inappropriate Medley: Intersections Between Patriarchy, Pleasure and Redemption (2020)