Serena Mayeri

Serena Mayeri



Serena Mayeri’s scholarship focuses on the historical impact of progressive and conservative social movements on legal and constitutional change. Her forthcoming book, tentatively titled Reasoning from Race: Feminism and the Law in the Late Civil Rights Era, explores how lawyers, judges, activists, politicians, and ordinary citizens reasoned about the relationship between racial justice and women’s rights during the 1960s and 1970s. In addition to anti-discrimination law and legal history, Mayeri’s research and teaching interests include family law and policy. Her doctoral dissertation received the Lerner-Scott Prize from the Organization of American Historians and Yale’s George Washington Eggleston Prize.

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Reasoning from Race: Femini...

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