- Jeremy I. Levitt, Judge Gabrielle Kirk McDonald: a biographical note
- Gabrielle Kirk McDonald, Passing reflections on my journey for justice
- Carole Boyce-Davies, Writing black women into political leadership: reflection, trends and contradictions
- Adrien Wing, The international human rights of black women: justice or just us?
- Fatou Kiné Camara, Gender parity in the AU women's protocol
- Jeremy I. Levitt, Law, peace construction and women's rights in Africa: who will safeguard Abeena and Afia?
- Anna Spain, Black women and peacebuilding in international law
- Linda Greene, African American women on the world stage: the fourth world conference on women – Beijing
- Adjoa Aiyetoro, Black women and reparations movements
- Erika George, The work of African women to confront the challenge of climate change
- Judith Scully, Black women and reproductive health: a normative inquiry
- Karen Bravo, The nature of black female 'things' the nature of choice: a meditation on Saartjie Baartman and Truganini
- Eleanor Brown, The transactional costs of transnational sex workers: old regimes, new norms
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Levitt: Black Women and International Law: Deliberate Interactions, Movements and Actions
Black Women and International Law: Deliberate Interactions, Movements and Actions (Cambridge Univ. Press 2015). Contents include: