Diane L. Rosenfeld

Lecturer on Law

2016-2017

Diane L. Rosenfeld, Uncomfortable Conversations: Confronting the Reality of Target Rape on Campus, 128 Harv. L. Rev. F. 359 (2015).
Categories:
Family Law
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Discrimination & Civil Rights
Sub-Categories:
Law & Public Policy
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Civil Rights
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Gender & Sexuality
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Education Law
Type: Article
Diane L. Rosenfeld, Who Are You Calling a 'Ho'?: Challenging the Porn Culture on Campus, in Big Porn Inc.: Exposing the Harms of the Global Pornography Industry 41 (Melinda Tankard Reist & Abigail Bray eds., Spinifex Press 2011).
Categories:
Disciplinary Perspectives & Law
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Discrimination & Civil Rights
Sub-Categories:
Law & Public Policy
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Gender & Sexuality
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Civil Rights
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Feminist Legal Theory
Type: Book
Diane L. Rosenfeld, GPS Adds Security to Protective Orders, Hartford Courant, July 18, 2010.
Categories:
Family Law
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Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
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Domestic Relations
Type: News
Diane L. Rosenfeld, Sexual Coercion, Patriarchal Violence, and Law, in Sexual Coercion in Primates and Humans: An Evolutionary Perspective on Male Aggression Against Females 424 (Martin N. Muller & Richard W. Wrangham eds., Harvard Univ. Press 2009).
Categories:
Disciplinary Perspectives & Law
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Family Law
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Discrimination & Civil Rights
Sub-Categories:
Civil Rights
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Gender & Sexuality
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Feminist Legal Theory
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Reproduction
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Domestic Relations
Type: Book
Abstract
Conflict between males and females over reproduction is ubiquitous in nature due to fundamental differences between the sexes in reproductive rates and investment in offspring. In only a few species, however, do males strategically employ violence to control female sexuality. Why are so many of these primates? Why are females routinely abused in some species, but never in others? And can the study of such unpleasant behavior by our closest relatives help us to understand the evolution of men’s violence against women? In the first systematic attempt to assess and understand primate male aggression as an expression of sexual conflict, the contributors to this volume consider coercion in direct and indirect forms: direct, in overcoming female resistance to mating; indirect, in decreasing the chance the female will mate with other males. The book presents extensive field research and analysis to evaluate the form of sexual coercion in a range of species—including all of the great apes and humans—and to clarify its role in shaping social relationships among males, among females, and between the sexes.
Diand L. Rosenfeld, Changing Social Norms? Title IX and Legal Activism: Concluding Remarks, 31 Harv. J.L. & Gender 407 (2008).
Categories:
Discrimination & Civil Rights
Sub-Categories:
Law & Public Policy
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Civil Rights
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Gender & Sexuality
Type: Article
Diane L. Rosenfeld, Correlative Rights and the Boundaries of Freedom: Protecting the Civil Rights of Endangered Women, 43 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 257 (2008).
Categories:
Family Law
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Discrimination & Civil Rights
Sub-Categories:
Civil Rights
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Gender & Sexuality
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Domestic Relations
Type: Article
Diane L. Rosenfeld, GPS Monitoring Systems for Batterers: Exploring a New Paradigm of Offender Accountability and Victim/Survivor Safety, 12 Domestic Violence Rep. 49 (2007).
Categories:
Criminal Law & Procedure
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Family Law
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
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Domestic Relations
Type: Article
Diane L. Rosenfeld, Why Doesn't He Leave?: Restoring Liberty and Equality to Battered Women, in Directions in Sexual Harassment Law 535 (Catherine MacKinnon & Reva Siegel eds., Yale Univ. Press 2003).
Categories:
Disciplinary Perspectives & Law
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Family Law
,
Discrimination & Civil Rights
Sub-Categories:
Civil Rights
,
Gender & Sexuality
,
Feminist Legal Theory
,
Domestic Relations
Type: Book
Abstract
The U.S. Supreme Court accepted her theory of sexual harassment in 1986. Here MacKinnon collaborates with eminent authorities to appraise what has been accomplished in the field and what still needs to be done.
Diane L. Rosenfeld, Why Men Beat Women: Law Enforcement Sends Mixed Signals, Chi. Trib., July 29, 1994.
Categories:
Family Law
,
Criminal Law & Procedure
Sub-Categories:
Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement
,
Domestic Relations
Type: News

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