Table of contents for Constituting women : the gender of constitutional jurisprudence / edited by Beverly Baines, Ruth Rubio-Martin.

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1. Introduction: toward a feminist constitutional agenda Beverly Baines and Ruth Rubio-Marin
2. Speaking into a silence: embedded constitutionalism, the Australian Constitution and the rights of women Isabel Karpin and Karen O'Connell
3. Using the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to constitute women Beverly Baines
4. Emancipatory equality: gender under the Columbian Constitution Martha I. Morgan
5. Gender equality and international human rights in Costa Rican constitutional jurisprudence Alda Facio, Rodrigo Jime;nez and Martha Morgan
6. Constituting women: the French ways Eric Millard
7. Gender in the German Constitution Blanca Rodri;guez Ruiz and Ute Sacksofsky
8. India, sex equality, and constitutional law Martha C. Nussbaum
9. Constitutional transformation, gender equality, and religious/national conflict in Israel: tentative progress through the obstacle course Ran Hirschl and Ayelet Shachar
10. 'No nation can be free when one half of it is enslaved': constitutional equality for women in South Africa Saras Jagwanth and Christina Murray
11. Engendering the constitution: the Spanish experience Ruth Rubio-Marin
12. Gender equality from a constitutional perspective: the case of Turkey Hilal Elver
13. Gender and the United States Constitution: equal protection, privacy, and Federalism Reva B. Siegel.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Women's rights, Constitutional law