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American Husbandry: Legal Norms Impacting the Production of (Re)Productivity
|Title:||American Husbandry: Legal Norms Impacting the Production of (Re)Productivity|
|Authors:||Camille A. Nelson|
|Publisher:||Yale Journal of Law & Feminism|
|Citation:||Camille A. Nelson, American Husbandry: Legal Norms Impacting the Production of (Re)Productivity, 19 YALE J.L. & Feminism 1 (2007).|
|Abstract:||Focusing on black female slaves as racially sexualized property, this article explores the notion of legal norms as constitutive of, and imbedded within, an environment where slave owners and the larger society could harness and manipulate slave women's (re)productivity.|
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Nelson, Camille (Dean)|
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