scholars, sex, gender, sexuality, indigenous, queer, legal education
A handful of scholars have examined sex, gender, and sexuality in relation to Indigenous laws; yet their work is infrequently taken up in the field, and there is a broader need for conversations about what it means to "queer" Indigenous legal studies. In this paper, I centre and examine work that contributes to this queering so as to promote inclusive critical legal education and engagement. I also discuss the implications of not attending to sexuality and develop preliminary propositions for queering Indigenous legal studies.
Emily Snyder, "Queering Indigenous Legal Studies" (2015) 38:2 Dal LJ 591.
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