This one-day conference will explore contemporary thinking about gender in international law. Traditionally, international law's gender analysis focused on women to the exclusion of other sexes. More recent efforts to understand the complexities of gender in the international arena, including those in international criminal law, the United Nations, and other international organizations, have attempted to move toward a broader understanding of gender identity. Do these efforts continue to rely on the exclusive centrality of "women" to understand "gender?" If so, what are the costs to gender-related projects, if any?
This event is scheduled on November 12, 2010 at 9:30 am and will be held in the Judicial Institute Lecture Hall on the Pace Law School campus. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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