Diversity and Inclusion

New Exhibit, now open: Queering the Collection: LGBTQ+ History ca. 1600-1970

Many library collections contain rich stories of individuals across centuries who transgressed sexual and gender norms, as well as documentation of the people and systems against which they transgressed. These historical artifacts can help shape new narratives around queer history and identity, or enrich old ones. Coded language and oblique references may pose challenges to researchers, but there …

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New Research Guide: Critical Legal Studies

My new research guide on Critical Legal Studies was published today. It is available at https://guides.library.harvard.edu/critical-legal-studies. The guide features selected books and other resources, along with pre-populated HOLLIS library catalog searches using relevant subject and general keywords, for each of the following topics: Critical Race Theory Latina/o/x Critical Theory Asian Critical Theory Critical Indigenous Studies Critical Whiteness Studies …

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New Title Spotlight: The Palgrave Handbook of Intersectionality in Public Policy

Palgrave Handbook of Intersectionality in Public PolicyOlena Hankivsky and Julia S. Jordan-Zachery, eds.2019ISBN 9783319984728HOLLIS record: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/99153809319903941/catalog A handbook on intersectionality in public policy might seem like a strange choice of a book to add to a law library collection. However, I disagree. For anyone considering a career that involves political leadership, lawmaking, regulatory affairs, community advocacy, or diplomacy, …

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Getting to Ellen: A Trial Lawyer’s Gender Transition and the Lessons of Vulnerability and Self-Compassion

Several colleagues from the library were among the Harvard Law School staff members who attended a talk this morning given by Ellen (Ellie) Krug, who transitioned from male to female while working as a trial lawyer and heading a law firm in Iowa in 2009.  Today, Ellie travels around the country to talk to audiences about coming out …

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