Jennifer Ruth Nedelsky
|Job title||Professorial Fellowship|
|Research institute||Institute for Social Justice|
|Faculty of Education and Arts|
The Reciprocal Relation of Judgment and Autonomy: Walking in Anothers Shoes and Which Shoes to Walk InNedelsky, Jennifer. (2012). The Reciprocal Relation of Judgment and Autonomy: Walking in Anothers Shoes and Which Shoes to Walk In. In In J. Downie and J. J. Llewellyn (Ed.). Being relational: Reflections on relational theory and health law pp. 35 - 62 UBC Press.
Relations of freedom and law's relationsNedelsky, Jennifer. (2012). Relations of freedom and law's relations. Politics & Gender. 8(2), pp. 231 - 238. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1743923X12000219
The Gendered Division of Household Labor: An Issue of Constitutional RightsNedelsky, Jennifer. (2012). The Gendered Division of Household Labor: An Issue of Constitutional Rights. In In B Baines, D Barak-Erez and T Kahana (Ed.). pp. 15 - 47 Cambridge University Press.
Laws Relations: A Relational Theory of Self, Autonomy, and LawNedelsky, Jennifer. (2011). Laws Relations: A Relational Theory of Self, Autonomy, and Law Oxford University Press.
Receptivity and judgmentNedelsky, Jennifer. (2011). Receptivity and judgment. Ethics & Global Politics. 4(4), pp. 231 - 254. https://doi.org/10.3402/egp.v4i4.15116
Reconceiving rights and constitutionalismNedelsky, Jennifer. (2008). Reconceiving rights and constitutionalism. Journal of Human Rights.
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