2008 Visiting Scholars
Dermot Feenan – is a Lecturer at the University of Ulster School of Law, Northern Ireland. He was at Emory for the month of April 2008. Dermot’s scholarship focuses on gender and judicial appointments.
Clare Huntington - is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School. She visited the Project for a week in April. Her areas of research include law and emotion, and social norm theory, both as applied to family law.
Sara Benson - is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois College of Law. She will be at Emory for one week in March and return from May 12th -23rd. Sara's areas of research include domestic violence and the law, and sexual orientation and the law. While in residence with the FLT Project, Sara will work on producing an article based on a research study that provides a voice for the struggles facing rural domestic violence survivors in Illinois.
Ann Bartow – is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina School of Law. She was at Emory for one week in March 2008. Ann’s scholarship looks at the intersection of intellectual property law, cyberspace law, and public policy concerns. She is currently working on an article that critiques "color alone" trademarks, arguing that colors are social signifiers that are not amenable to monopolization through trademark law, as evidenced by the commoditization of femaleness achieved by widespread use of the color pink.
In Seop Chung –is a professor of international law at the College of Law, Seoul National University. He will be in residence until July 2008. During his visit, he will work on an international law textbook incorporating gender issues and perspectives.
Hyunah Yang - is the first female Associate Professor at College of Law, Seoul National University where she teaches 'Feminist Jurisprudence' and 'Sociology of Law.' She has a Ph.D. in Sociology. She was with the FLT Project until mid-February 2008. Her main area of research is family law in Korea from a feminist and an historical perspective.