Law and Emotion scholars are working to identify and consider the roles varied feelings play and should play in the authorized realm. The proposed Aging, Law & Society CRN is designed to offer an international platform for collaborative work by facilitating international analysis collaboration and information sharing. If accredited, the Aging, Law & Society CRN would help bridge the present gaps in communication and foster high-quality research on law and aging that is each worldwide and interdisciplinary in scope.
The CRN intentionally facilitates research collaborations and mentoring relationships. In addition, we use the annual business meeting to strategize about different ways feminist students can work collectively. The Feminist Legal Theory CRN fosters a neighborhood of scholars with a shared interest in gender as it intersects with race, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, incapacity and different statuses/identities. Although many scholars would benefit from more discussions on feminist points, the fact that feminist theory cuts across so many fields hampers conversation. Many of us, significantly these newer to the academy, do not know one another or the work that is being accomplished on these points in different fields.
Similarly, regulation and society students are drawing increasingly upon studies of race and ethnicity from numerous disciplines that incorporate cultural studies and/or crucial concept. Scholars in history, sociology, and anthropology (just to name a few of the fields well-represented in law and society) are doing progressive research that heart race, racial inequality, and techniques of racial classification of great curiosity to scholars …