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The Legality of Women, Gender, and Sexuality: Legal History as a Feminist Project​

From my UNC colleague Emily Burrill comes this exciting news of a workshop on "Legal History as Feminist Porject."
Please join us on Wednesday, January 25thfrom 3:00-4:30 pm​ at the Campus Y (seminar rooms 207/208 upstairs) at UNCfor a panel discussion with Professors Katie Turk (History) and Emily Burrill (Women's and Gender Studies/History) on "The Legality of Women, Gender, and Sexuality: Legal History as a Feminist Project​." Professor Turk and Professor Burrill will discuss different approaches to combining legal, gender, and feminist history. Refreshments will be provided.

For more information, see our website (​​​) or check our Facebook page ( 
Meeting Details Location: Campus Y, 180A E. Cameron Avenue, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill​
Date and Time: Wednesday, January 25th, 3:00-4:30pm
Parking: There are parking garages on Rosemary Street, metered parking along Franklin Street, an…