Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society Call for Papers: “Confronting Violence against Indigenous Women, Children, and Peoples”



Proposals should be submitted to Lorenzo Gudino at gudino@wisc.edu and Jennifer Acevedo at acevedo3@wisc.edu no later than October 23, 2020.  Submissions may be published and unpublished works. The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society will likely publish accepted unpublished submissions. Authors of accepted submissions must virtually attend and present their work at the symposium on February 6, 2021. The organizers will communicate their decisions no later than November 15, 2020.

Wisc. Journal of Gender, Law, and Society Indian/Immigration Law Symposium Published

The articles are here. The journal’s home page is here.

And here are a few selected articles:

Shared Experiences, Divergent Outcomes:  American Indian and Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence by Jacqueline P. Hand and David C. Koelsch

No Exceptions Made:  Sexual Assault Against Native American Women and the Denial of Reproductive Healthcare Services by Rebecca A. Hart

Where Sovereigns and Cultures Collide:  Balancing Federalism, Tribal Self-Determination, and Individual Rights in the Adoption of Indian Children by Gays and Lesbians by Steve Sanders

The agenda for the live symposium is posted here.


Call for Papers — Law, Gender, and Citizenship for Indians and Immigrants

The Wisconsin Journal of

Law, Gender & Society

Announces our 2010 Symposium:

Law, Gender and Citizenship:

Contemporary Issues for American Indians and American Immigrants

March 5, 2010

University of Wisconsin Law School

Madison, Wisconsin

Symposium_Call for Submissions

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