Crime Logic, Campus Sexual Assault, and Restorative Justice
Professor Donna Coker, of University of Miami School of Law, presented a working draft of her work Crime Logic, Campus Sexual Assault, and Restorative Justice. This work examines that Campus administrators should adopt, and feminists should support, public health responses to sexual assault that are informed by critical race feminism’s insights regarding the importance of intersectional experiences and intersectional subordination.
From University of Miami School of Law, "Professor Coker's scholarship focuses on criminal law, gender and inequality. She is a nationally recognized expert in domestic violence law and policy. Her research concerns three major areas: the connection between economic vulnerability and domestic violence; restorative justice and other alternative criminal justice interventions; and gender and criminal law doctrine."
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Coker, Donna, "Crime Logic, Campus Sexual Assault, and Restorative Justice" (2016). Faculty Workshops.