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Black women and international law

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PALGRAVE
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شابک: ۹۷۸۱۱۰۷۰۲۱۳۰۳

سال چاپ:۲۰۱۵

۳۶۰ صفحه - وزيري (شوميز) - چاپ ۲
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The book seeks to reinterpret and determine – through global lenses – the extent to which Black women have impacted and been impacted by transnational law, norms, doctrine, jurisprudence, policy, processes, and thinking. It purports to unearth old law and fashion new paradigms born out the experiences of Black women. To this end, the book falls within the intellectual rubric of what the eminent international law scholar Henry J. Richardson III refers to as the Black International Tradition (BIT), which sits squarely within Pan-African philosophy. The BIT provides a malleable chronological corridor to Black claims and demands to “outside” or international law that offers “liberation-promising normative authority” “outside” of law and policy shaped by the internal vocation of racial and sexual domination and oppression.1 Traditional international law discourse, as well as, for example, the newly formed regimes on women and racial discrimination and women and peace-building, are generally conceived in gender-bias and/or gender- or race-neutral terms. Black women are rarely specifically referenced or considered a subject of analysis in international law literature