Use these sources to find background information and analysis related to your topic, as well as citations which will lead you to additional relevant sources.
Emory Library Collections: Search using discoverE for books (and book chapters) on or related to your topic. Some potential search terms include: reprogenetics, “reproductive technology,” “reproductive justice,” contraceptive, abortion, “gender selection," “sex selection,” surrogacy, “second parent adoption,” “civil union,” “same-sex marriage,” cohabitation, divorce, dissolution, “domestic partnership,” “domestic relations,” “domestic violence,” “violence against women,” monogamy, polygamy, equality, discrimination, race, gender, sexuality, “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” transgender, culture, ability, disability, intersectionality, “sex work,” “intimate labor,” poverty, vulnerability.
Book reviews: You can also find book reviews in many article databases which will often give you the choice to select reviews as a search option.
Working papers: Search SSRN/LSN, which publishes email abstracting journals for working papers and articles accepted for publication.
Law review articles (sources include some book reviews): Search law reviews and journals databases on Westlaw, Lexis and Hein.
Journal articles from other disciplines. Search using Databases @ Emory:
Google Scholar is another option for locating journal articles and other works of scholarly literature across many disciplines, including law.
ALI Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: Analysis and Recommendations
Women & the Law Collection (Hein Online)
- The Feminism and Legal Theory Project includes the following materials:
- Full-text of Conference Workbooks
- Calls for Papers
- Interviews with FLT/VHC Visiting Scholars
- More information on The Feminism and Legal Theory Project and the Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative is available on the Law School's website.