Roses Are Red, Cyborgs Are Dead: Analyzing the Relevance of Haraway’s “Cyborg” in 2017

Ida Mahmoudi JD Candidate, 2019 I said it – it might be time to carefully store Haraway’s “Cyborg Manifesto” in our grandmothers’ treasure chests and keep it there. The piece is peppered with generalized notions of identity performance and a hint of techno-solutionism. In an effort to stray away from a homogenous sense of “womanhood,”Continue reading “Roses Are Red, Cyborgs Are Dead: Analyzing the Relevance of Haraway’s “Cyborg” in 2017”

The State of Retention: Keeping Women in the Law

Vanessa Carment JD Candidate, 2019 Women are consistently entering the legal profession at higher rates than men, but the retention of women in the profession remains far lower than that of their male counterparts.[1] Among factors like sexual harassment and an “old boy’s club” mentality, retention of women in law often comes down to aContinue reading “The State of Retention: Keeping Women in the Law”