Tag: Supreme Court

Abbruch. Der Fall von Roe v. Wade

Katharina van Elten , October 2nd, 2022

Das Urteil zum Abtreibungsrecht in den USA ist ein Paradebeispiel für Interessenpolitik durch das Rechtssystem. Es zeigt die Risiken einer Polarisierung und Ent-Politisierung gesellschaftlicher Konfli…

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Real-time rituals of elite male privilege

Sara Shneiderman , October 4th, 2018

The late September 2018 public testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh before the US Senate Judiciary Committee gave the world an opportunity to observe the real-time…


Diversity is a Dangerous Set-up

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein , January 24th, 2018

“White Lies In Dublin Docklands” by William Murphy [image: black graffiti that says “White Lies” on a white background] — the origin of this image is actually interesting and folks…

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Kennedy and the Triumph of the Social

Kerim , June 27th, 2015

While everyone should be celebrating the monumental decision of the Supreme Court to recognize same-sex marriages, there is also something in there that, along with this weeks’ ruling…

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AAA Celebrates Supreme Court Decision on Marriage Equality

Anne Kelsey , June 26th, 2015

The American Anthropological Association (AAA) joins same-sex partners across the country in celebrating the Supreme Court’s ruling in the landmark case of Obergefell v. Hodges, a consolidation of…

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