How the Inheritance System Thinks? Queering Kinship, Gender and Care in the Legal Sphere - In Agha, Petr (ed): Gender Difference and Legal Institutions, Routledge 2019 (published)

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LanguageEnglish
Host publicationGender Difference and Legal Institutions
Number of pages20
PublisherRoutledge
Publication date1 Jan 2019
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019
MoE publication typeA3 Book chapter

Bibliographical note

Dr. Antu Sorainen, PhD, is an Academy Fellow and Docent in Gender Studies at the University of Helsinki. She has MA in Cultural Anthropology and Law, and a PhD in Women’s Studies. She studied queer legal history and co-authored a book on conceptual history of Sittlichkeit in Finland. She holds a Academy Fellowship for “Wills and Inheritance Practices in Sexually Marginalised Groups” (2014-2019) and won a major Academy grant to direct a research team “CoreKin – Contrasting and Re-Imagining Margins of Kinship” (2016-2020).
Email: antu.sorainen@helsinki.fi
Website: antusorainen.com
Project Website: CoreKin.fi
orcid.org/0000-0002-3956-8352

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    Research areas

  • 513 Law - Legal Anthropology, Legal philosophy, Inheritance and sexualities, Queer Law, Gender studies in law

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