Educational

Tom Ginsburg, "The Importance of Detail for Constitutional Endurance"

Tom Ginsburg is Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School. This interview, part 3 of 4, was produced by the University of Chicago News Office in conjunction with a feature story on Professor Ginsburg's work.

Mary Anne Case: "Feminist Fundamentalism"

At a time when so many different religious fundamentalisms are coming to the fore and demanding legal recognition, this talk will seek to vindicate feminist fundamentalism, defined as an uncompromising commitment to the equality of the sexes as intense and at least as worthy of respect as, for example, a religiously or culturally based commitment to female subordination or fixed sex roles.

At a time when so many different religious fundamentalisms are coming to the fore and demanding legal recognition, this talk will seek to vindicate feminist fundamentalism, defined as an uncompromising commitment to the equality of the sexes as intense and at least as worthy of respect as, for example, a religiously or culturally based commitment to female subordination or fixed sex roles.

Torture, Law, and War: Student Presentations

Recorded February 29, 2008, at the University of Chicago Law School's conference on Torture, Law, and War. Chair: Adam Samaha, Law, The University of Chicago. Panelists: Samuel Brody, Divinity School, The University of Chicago Garrett Ordower, Law, The University of Chicago

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