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The Penn Law faculty are engaged in a wide array of scholarship in traditional, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge areas of inquiry. This newly created section of our website, which we will continue to populate in the months ahead, gives you access and the ability to search current and earlier work.

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18 publications matched your search.

A New ERA or an New Era? Amendment Advocacy and the Reconstitution of Feminism, 103 NW. U. L. REV. 1223 (2009), reprinted in WOMEN AND THE LAW (Jane Campbell Moriarty ed., 2010).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Civil Rights on Both Sides: Reproductive Rights and Free Speech in Schenck v. Pro-Choice Network of Western New York, in CIVIL RIGHTS STORIES (Foundation Press, 2008).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Constitutional Choices: Legal Feminism and the Historical Dynamics of Change, 92 CAL. L. REV. 755 (2004).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Family Matters: The Sexual Revolution in American Politics, Jotwell: Legal History, Feb. 18, 2013 (reviewing ROBERT O. SELF, ALL IN THE FAMILY: THE REALIGNMENT OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY SINCE THE 1960S (2012)).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Filling in the (Gender) Gaps: A Response to Patricia Seith, Congressional Power to Effect Sex Equality, 36 HARV. J.L. & GENDER 1 (Feb. 2013).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Gender Equality (with Nathaniel Persily, et al.), in PUBLIC OPINION AND CONSTITUTIONAL CONTROVERSY (Nathaniel Persily et al., eds., Oxford University Press, 2008).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Historicizing ‘The End of Men’: The Politics of Reaction(s), 93 B.U. L. REV. (forthcoming 2013)
Author:  Serena Mayeri

How Can the Marriage Equality Movement Reason from Race?, ACSBLOG (Sept. 8, 2011), http://www.acslaw.org/acsblog/how-can-the-marriage-equality-movement-reason-from-race
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Note, “A Common Fate of Discrimination”: Race/Gender Analogies in Legal and Historical Perspective, 110 YALE L. J. 1045 (2001).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Pauli Murray, in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES (David Spinoza Tanenhaus, ed., 2008).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

REASONING FROM RACE: FEMINISM, LAW, AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS REVOLUTION (Harvard University Press, 2011).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Reconstructing the Race-Sex Analogy, 49 WM. & MARY L. REV. 1789 (2008).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

The Law of Aging, JOTWELL: THE JOURNAL OF THINGS WE LIKE (LOTS): LEGAL HIST. (Mar. 12, 2012), http://legalhist.jotwell.com/the-law-of-aging/ (reviewing HENDRIK HARTOG, SOMEDAY ALL THIS WILL BE YOURS: A HISTORY OF INHERITANCE AND OLD AGE (2012)).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

The Status of Marriage: Marital Supremacy Challenged and Remade, 1960-2000 (work-in-progress). (forthcoming)
Author:  Serena Mayeri

The Strange Career of Jane Crow: Sex Segregation and the Transformation of Anti-Discrimination Discourse, 18 YALE J. L. & HUM 187 (2006).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

The U.S. Women’s Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation: A More Just Verdict. By Holly J. McCammon (2012), 100:1 J. AM. HIST. 247 (June 2013) (book review).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

Women: United States Law, in OXFORD INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LEGAL HISTORY (Stanley N. Katz, ed., 2009).
Author:  Serena Mayeri

“When the Trouble Started”: Frontiero v. Richardson, in WOMEN AND THE LAW STORIES (Elizabeth M. Schneider & Stephanie M. Wildman, eds., 2011).
Author:  Serena Mayeri