Unspeakable subjects: Gender, feminism and law

8 January 2019


2018 marked the twentieth anniversary of the publication of Professor Nicola Lacey’s seminal feminist account of legal thinking, Unspeakable Subjects: Feminist Essays in Legal and Social Theory (1998). Scholars from law, criminology, gender studies, queer studies and sociology recently held a symposium to discuss both the book and Lacey’s wider intellectual contribution to the field of feminist legal studies. One of the outcomes of the symposium is a collection of personal and academic reflections as well as academic articles published in feminists@law:

click here for an issue of feminists@law marking the 20th anniversary of Unspeakable Subjects and discussing its contemporary relevance (open access)