Friday, August 17, 2012

Law, Culture, and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times

The Jindal Global Law Review is out with the first part of a special double issue on Law, Culture, and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times.  Several of the contributions focus their attention on the Naz Foundation judgment, while others look at queer politics more broadly in India and elsewhere.  Contributors include Ratna Kapur, Brenda Cossman, and Ashley Tellis amongst others.

1 comment:

abhishek said...

I am not sure if this is a right place to ask this, but it would be very helpful if someone could do a write up on the Office of CAG. Since, may of the bloggers here are students of Constitutional Law if not experts, they can better comment on what exactly does the Constitution allows the CAG to do. With each finding of CAG being dismissed as an aberration from Constitutional mandate, it would be very helpful.