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課程名稱
性別歷史與法律專題研究二
SEMINAR ON GENDER,HISTORY AND THE LAW(II) 
開課學期
95-1 
授課對象
法律學院  法律研究所  
授課教師
陳昭如 
課號
LAW7302 
課程識別碼
A21 M8220 
班次
 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期二7,8(14:20~16:20) 
上課地點
社法研4 
備註
先修科目:性別歷史與法律專題研究一(適用全校學生,含研究生)。
總人數上限:25人 
 
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課程概述

性別歷史與法律專題研究
課程說明
這是一門探究性別、歷史與法律的交錯領域的課程。本學期的課程將以公民權/公民身分的女性主義法律史(feminist legal history of citizenship)為核心。我們將首先探究女性主義的歷史理論論辯:女性史(women’s history)、性別史(gender history)、女性主義史(feminist history),以及有關公民身分的女性主義理論,和Ken Plummer「親密性公民身分」(intimate citizenship)的概念。接著,我們將分別從女性主義的觀點,探究憲政、教育、國籍、暴力、性傾向、性管制、生殖與公民權/公民身分的發展。
這門課的嬝炊憟賑鬼^美的研究,但非常強調批判性比較觀點的重要性。所有的文本均為英文,但嬝炊葑o與期末報告必須以華文寫成。這樣做的目的是希望同學們能夠透過翻譯/轉譯的過程,思辯西方作品與本土脈絡的關係。修課同學每週必須繳交1-2頁的讀書心得,內容應包括該週嬝炊憟貌甄眾皞K要、感想評論,以及 – 尤為重要的 – 討論意見(discussion questions),至少必須提出一個討論意見。讀書心得應於每週一下午五點之前交至法律學院院辦外教師信箱,或e-mail繳交。逾時不候。一學期中至多得缺交三次。
 

課程目標
本課程強調engaging with the texts,著重對文本的批判性的嬝盂P思考,因此不要求獨立研究式的報告。期末應繳交約一萬字之文獻回顧報告(review essay),主題自訂(例如:),報告之撰寫必須運用課堂之嬝炊憟說C 
課程要求
評分方式
本課程非常重視同學們對每週嬝爭鰹(c6aa)漪蒛玨z解思辯、上課的積極參與、以及報告的撰寫。課堂參與和讀書心得將佔學期成績的50%,期末報告占50%。
 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
每週一 15:30~17:30 
參考書目
 
指定閱讀
 
評量方式
(僅供參考)
 
No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
課堂參與和讀書心得 
50% 
 
2. 
期末報告 
50% 
 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
9/19  Introduction 
第2週
9/26  Women’s history, gender history, and feminist history (1):finding the female subject
Gerda Lerner, “Placing Women in History: Definitions and Challenges,” Feminist Studies 3 (fall 1975): 5-14
Bennett, Judith M., “Feminism and History,” Gender and History, 1.3, p. 251-272 (1989)
Gisela Bock, “Women's History and Gender History: Aspects of an International Debate,” Gender and History, 1:1, p. 7-30 (1989)
 
第3週
10/03  Women’s history, gender history, and feminist history (2): deconstructing the female subject
Sonya Rose, “Gender history/women’s history : is feminist scholarship losing its critical edge?” and subsequent comments by Kathleen Canning, Anna Clark, Mariana Valverde, and Marcia B. Sawyer, Journal of Women’s History 5: 1, 89-128 (1993)
Joan W. Scott, “Feminism’s History,” Journal of Women’s History, 16:2, 10-29 (2005)
 
第4週
10/10  國慶日停課 
第5週
10/17  Women’s history, gender history, and feminist history (3)decolonizing the female subject
Elsa Barkley Brown “ ‘What has Happened Here’: The Politics of Difference in Women's History and Feminist Politics,” Feminist Studies, 18:2, 295-313 (1992)
Catherine Hall, White, Male and Middle Class: Explorations on Feminism and History (1992), 1-42
 
第6週
10/24  Feminist Accounts of Citizenship (1) the concept
Ruth Lister, Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives (1997), 13-65  
第7週
10/31  Feminist Accounts of Citizenship (2) dealing with differences

◎Ruth Lister, Citizenship: Feminist Perspectives (1997), 66-116
 
第8週
11/07  Intimate Citizenship — Ken Plummer

◎Ken Plummer, Intimate citizenship : private decisions and public debate (2003)
 
第9週
11/14  Constitution and gendered citizenship
Gretchen Ritter, The Constitution as Social Design (Stanford University press, 2006), pp.1-29
Linda Kerber, No Constitutional Rights to be Ladies: Women and the obligation of citizenship (1999), pp. 128-151
 
第10週
11/21  Education and gendered citizenship
Jill Elaine Hasday, “The principle and practice of women's  
第12週
12/05  The Battered citizens
Elizabeth Schneider, “Feminist Lawmaking and Historical Consciousness: Bringing the Past into the Future” 2 Va. J. Soc. Pol’y & L. 1 (1994)
Linda Gordan, “Women’s Agency, Social Control, and the Construction of ‘Rights” by Battered Women,” in Sue Fisher and Kathy Davis eds., Negotiating at the margins : the gendered discourses of power and resistance (1993), 122-144
 
第13週
12/12  The Harassed citizens
Reva Siegel, “Introduction: a short history of sexual harassment,” in Catharine MacKinnon and Reva Siegel, eds. Directions in Sexual Harassment Law (2004)
Adrienne D. Davis, “Slavery and the Roots of Sexual Harassment,” In Catharine MacKinnon and Reva Siegel, eds. Directions in Sexual Harassment Law (2004)
 
第14週
12/19  The Raped citizens
Stevenson, K. “Unequivocal victims: the historical roots of the mystification of the female complainant in rape cases,” Feminist Legal Studies 8:3, p. 343-366 (2000)
Lisa Lindquist Dorr, White Women, Rape, and the Power of Race in Virginia, 1900-1960 (2004)
 
第15週
12/26  The prostitute citizens
Levine, Philippa, “Consistent contradictions: Prostitution and protective labour legislation in nineteenth-century,” Social History, 19: 1, p.17-35(1994)
Moloney, Deirdre M., “Women, Sexual Morality, and Economic Dependency in Early U.S. Deportation Policy,” Journal of Women's History, 18:2, pp. 95-122 (2006).
 
第16週
1/02  The lesbian citizens
John D'Emilio, “Making and Unmaking Minorities: The Tensions between Gay Politics and History,” 14 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 915 (1986)
Chauncey, George, “ ‘What Gay Studies Taught the Court’: The Historians' Amicus Brief in Lawrence v. Texas,” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 10:3, pp. 509-538 (2004)
 
第17週
1/09  Roe v. Wade Revisited and Rewritten
Jack M. Balkin, “Introduction. Roe v. Wade: an engine of controversy,” in Jack M. Balkin ed., What Roe v. Wade should have said : the nation's top legal experts rewrite America's most controversial decision (2005)
Jack M. Balkin (judgment of the court)
 
第18週
1/16  Rewriting Roe v. Wade
◎Reva B. Siegel (concurring)
◎Anita L. Allen (concurring)
◎Robin West (concurring)