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Domestic and Sexual Violence Bibliography

Books

  1. Beverly Balos & Mary Louise Fellows, Law and Violence Against Women: Cases and Materials on Systems of Oppression (1994)
  2. Maria Betancourt, What to Do When Love Turns Violent: A Practical Resource for Women in Abusive Relationships, New York: HarperPerennial, 1997.
  3. Fredrica L. Lehrman, Domestic Violence Practice andProcedure, New York: Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1996.
  4. Nancy K.D. Lemon, Domestic Violence Law, St. Paul, MN: West Group, 2001.
  5. Battered Women and the Law, Clare Dalton, Elizabeth M. Schneider, Carl E. Schneider
  6. Battered Women and Feminist Lawmaking, Elizabeth M. Schneider, February 2002, Yale University Press
  7. Alyce D. LaViolette & Ola W. Barnett, It Could Happen to Anyone: Why Battered Women Stay, 2nd ed., Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2000.
  8. Jill Davies, Eleanor Lyon & Diane Monti-Catania, Safety Planning with Battered Women: Complex Lives/Difficult Cases. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1998.
  9. David Frazee, Ann Noel, Andrea Brenneke & Mary C. Dunlap, Violence Against Women: Law and Litigation, New York City: Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1997.
  10. Deborah M. Goelman, Fredrica L. Lehrman & Roberta L. Valente, The Impact of Domestic Violence on Your Legal Practice,Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, Commission on Domestic Violence: 1996.
  11. Alice Vachss, Sex Crimes
  12. Stanley French, ed., Violence Against Women: Philosophical Perspectives
  13. Susan Estrich, Real Rape
  14. Susan Brownmiller, Against Our Will: Men, Women and Rape
  15. Stephen J. Schulhofer, Unwanted Sex: The Culture of Intimidation and the Failure of Law
  16. Catherine MacKinnon, Sex Equality: Rape Law
  17. Susan Ehrlich, Representing Rape: Language and Sexual Consent
  18. Judith Herman, Trauma and Recovery
  19. Angela Davis, Women, Race & Class
  20. Linda Fairstein, Sexual Violence: Our War Against Rape
  21. Alice Sebold, Lucky
  22. Nancy Venable Raine, After Silence: Rape and My Journey Back
  23. Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex
  24. Andrea Dworkin, Intercourse
  25. Betty Friedan, The Feminine Mystique
  26. bell hooks, Yearning: Race, Gender and Cultural Politics
  27. Elizabeth Pleck, Domestic Tyranny: The Making of American Social Policy Against Family Violence from Colonial Times to the Present
  28. Lenore Walker, The Battered Woman

Law Review Articles

  1. American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence
  2. Naomi Cahn and Joan S. Meier, "Domestic Violence and Feminist Jurisprudence: Towards a New Agenda," 4 Boston Univ Public Interest Law Journal 339 (1995).
  3. Civil Protection Orders: The benefits and limitations for victims of domestic violence. National Center for State Courts Research Report. By Susan L. Keilitz, Paula L. Hannaford and Hillery S. Efkeman. 1997.
  4. Developments in the Law: Legal Responses to Domestic Violence. Harvard Law Review, Volume 106:1498. 1993.
  5. Karen Czapanskiy, Domestic Violence, the Family, and the Lawyering, Family Law Quarterly. Volume 27, Number 2. Summer 1993.
  6. Marjory D. Fields, The Impact of Spouse Abuse on Children and Its Relevance in Custody and Visitation Decisions in New York State. Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy. Volume 3, Number 2. Spring 1994.
  7. Mules, Madonnas, Babies, Bathwater, Racial Imagery and Stereotypes: The African-American Woman and the Battered Woman Syndrome, Linda L. Ammons, The Wisconsin Law Review, Volume 1995, Number 5.
  8. A License to Abuse: The Impact of Conditional Status on Female Immigrants. By Michelle J. Anderson. Yale Law Journal. 1993.(Westlaw)
  9. Fischer, Karla, et al. "The Culture of Battering and the Role of Mediation in Domestic Violence Cases, Southern Methodist University Law Review 46 (1993): 2117.
  10. Kathleen Waits, "Battered Women and Family Lawyers: The Need for an Identification Protocol," 58 Alb. L. Rev. 1027 (1995).
  11. Zanita E. Fenton, "Mirrored Silence: Reflections on Judicial Complicity in Private Violence," 78 Or. L. Rev. 995, 1999.
  12. Bonnie Barndl and Tess Meuer, "Domestic Abuse in later Life," 8 Elder L.J. 297, 2001.
  13. Tera Jckowski Peterson, "Distrust and Discovery: The Impending Debacle in Discovery of Rape Victims' Counseling Records in Utah," 2001 Utah L. Rev. 695 (2001).
  14. Christine Burke, "Just How Many Times Does She Have To Say No? The Evolution of A Defendant's Right to Access His Victim's Rape Counseling Records in Massachusetts," 25 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 147 (1999).
  15. Simon Bronitt and Bernadette McSherry, "The Use and Abuse of Counseling Records in Sexual Assault Trials: Reconstructing the "Rape Shield?" 8 Crim. L. F. 259 (1997).
  16. M. Isabel Medina, "Justifying Integration of Domestic Violence Throughout the Law School Curriculum: An Introduction to the Symposium," 47 Loyola L. Rev. 1 (2001).
  17. Pat Cole and Sarah Buel, "Safety and Financial Security for Battered Women: Necessary Steps for Transitioning From Welfare to Work," 7 Georgetown J. On Poverty Law & Policy 1 (Summer 2000).
  18. G. Miccio, "A Reasonable Battered Mother? Redefining, Reconstructing and Recreating the Battered Mother in Child Protective Proceedings," 22 Harv. Women's L.J. 89 (1999).
  19. James T.R. Jones, "Integrating Domestic Violence Issues into the Law School Torts Curriculum, 47 Loyola L. Rev. 58 (Spring 2001).
  20. Margaret E. Bell and Lisa A. Goodman, "Supporting Battered Women Involved with the Court System," 7 Violence Against Women 1377 (2001).
  21. Maia Lugones, "Violence Against Women in the International Community," 7 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. Law 205 (1999).
  22. Joan Zorza, Myra Sheehan and Robert Spector, "Civil and Marital Tort Cases Concerning Domestic Violence," 25 Juv. & Fam. Law Digest 375 (1992).
  23. Jill C. Robertson, Note, "Addressing Domestic Violence in The Workplace: An Employer's Responsibility," 16 Law & Ineq. J. 633 (1998).
  24. David P. Bryden, Redefining Rape, 3 Buff. Crim. L. Rev. 317 (2002).
  25. Robin Charlow, Bad Acts in Search of a Mens Rea: Anatomy of a Rape, 71 Fordham L. Rev. 263 (2002).
  26. Douglas N. Husak & George C. Thomas III, Date Rape, Social Convention, and Reasonable Mistakes, 11 Law & Philosophy 95 (1992).
  27. Stephen J. Schulhofer, Taking Sexual Autonomy Seriously: Rape Law and Beyond, 11 Law & Philosophy 35 (1992).
  28. James R. Mchenry III, Note The Prosecution of Rape Under International Law: Justice that is Long Overdue, 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 1269 (2002).
  29. Sarah M. Buel, A LAWYER'S UNDERSTANDING OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE,62 Tex. B.J. 936 (1999).