The Sexual Contract in law and religion

A guest post by Russell Sandberg and Sharon Thompson, of Cardiff School of Law and Politics, on the forthcoming conference celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of The Sexual Contract 

On the face of it, a conference to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of Carole Pateman’s book, The Sexual Contract, at Cardiff University in May seems to be of little relevance to Law and Religion scholars. This blog post argues that this assumption is misguided, explains why feminist approaches need to be more central in Law and Religion literature and why you should book your place for the Cardiff conference. Continue reading