After Identity: A Reader in Law and Culture


Karen Engle, Dan Danielsen


Authored by the leading voices in critical legal studies, feminist legal theory, critical race theory and queer legal theory, After Identity explores the importance of sexual, national and other identities in people's lived experiences while simultaneously challenging the limits of legal strategies focused on traditional identity groups. These new ways of thinking about cultural identity have implications for strategies for legal reform, as well as for progressive thinking generally about theory, culture and politics.

Full Citation

Karen Engle, After Identity: A Reader in Law and Culture (New York: Routledge, 1995) (editor, with Dan Danielsen).