The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure #2020

The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure By Kenji Yoshino The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure In this article Professor Kenji Yoshino seeks to explain why the category of bisexuality has been erased in contemporary American political and legal discourse
  • Title: The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure
  • Author: Kenji Yoshino
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  • Page: 460
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  • The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure By Kenji Yoshino In this article, Professor Kenji Yoshino seeks to explain why the category of bisexuality has been erased in contemporary American political and legal discourse.
    The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure By Kenji Yoshino
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    1. Kenji Yoshino

      Kenji Yoshino is the Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law at NYU School of Law He was educated at Harvard B.A 1991 , Oxford M.Sc 1993 as a Rhodes Scholar , and Yale Law School J.D 1996 He taught at Yale Law School from 1998 to 2008, where he served as Deputy Dean 2005 6 and became the inaugural Guido Calabresi Professor in 2006 His fields are constitutional law, anti discrimination law, and law and literature He has received several distinctions for his teaching, most recently the Podell Distinguished Teaching Award in 2014.Yoshino is the author of three books Speak Now Marriage Equality on Trial 2015 A Thousand Times More Fair What Shakespeare s Plays Teach Us About Justice 2011 and Covering The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights 2006 Yoshino has published in major academic journals, including The Harvard Law Review, The Stanford Law Review, and The Yale Law Journal He has also written for popular forums, including The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.Yoshino makes regular appearances on radio and television programs, such as NPR, CNN, PBS and MSNBC In 2015, he became a regular contributor to the New York Times Magazine s podcast and column The Ethicists In 2011, he was elected to the Harvard Board of Overseers for a six year term He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Center for Talent Innovation, the Board of the Brennan Center for Justice, the External Advisory Panel for Diversity and Inclusion for the World Bank Group, the Global Advisory Board for Out Leadership, and the Inclusion External Advisory Council for Deloitte.He lives in New York City with his husband and two children.

    907 thoughts on “The Epistemic Contract of Bisexual Erasure”

    1. Could ve sworn I wrote a review for this already o This work analyzes bisexuality in a very strict way It only looks at a world in which binary genders exist, which therefore makes the definition of bisexuality liking both men and women On one hand I understand, as Yoshino put it, that limiting the scope of bisexuality makes it easier to analyze in the context of a social and judicial system that also only recognizes binary genders On the other hand, I am not sure how thorough or accurate the an [...]


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