Thank you for engaging in our Family Scholars Symposium addressing the themes in What is Parenthood?
All of the essays are listed below in this Round-Up post. Clicking on each author’s title will direct you to the page for that essay where you can add comments and join conversations that have already started throughout the two days.
We thank each of these scholars and opinion leaders for giving their time and careful attention to pondering today’s nuanced models of parenthood from integrative to diverse and everything in between.
Keep reading and joining the conversation!
Parentage by Contract as New Tool for Implementing Family Law?s Equality Project?
Susan Frelich Appleton, Lemma Barkeloo & Phoebe Couzins Professor of Law and Israel Treiman Faculty Fellow for 2012-13
Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Green Professor of Law at George Washington Univiersity
June Carbone, Edward A. Smith/Missouri Chair in Law, the Constitution, Society and Professor of Law at University of Missouri-Kansas City
Don’t Co-opt the Message: A Case for Family Diversity
Christine Dieter, 2012 graduate of Boston University School of Law
Two Cases for What is Parenthood?
Nancy E. Dowd, David H. Levin Chair in Family Law at the University of Florida and Series Editor of Families, Law, and Society within which What is Parenthood? appears
How Contrasting Models of Parenthood Can Help Us Understand Conservative Briefs Filed for — and against — Same-Sex Marriage
Linda McClain, Co-Editor of What is Parenthood? and Professor of Law at Boston University
The Power of Loss and the Power of Adaptation
Amy Ziettlow, Pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Co-author of the upcoming The GenX Caregiver
Parenthood, Marriage, and Children
Laura Rosenbury, Professor of Law at Washington University