In addition to doing my own podcast, I’m also pleased to serve as producer for the UBLaw Podcast series. After a long gap since the last episode, we have just posted two new interviews:
Today’s program is a conversation between UB law professor Martha McCluskey and University of Miami law professor Ken Casebeer*, on Ken’s work on class and labor in the United States. We hope you enjoy this discussion.
Today’s program is a conversation between UB law professor Martha McCluskey and Emory Law School professor Martha Fineman*, on class, inequality, and shifting constitutional legal analysis from protected classes to a guarantee of common benefits, and from an analysis of victimization to an inquiry into who is being privileged.
Both of these interviews were spin-offs of the ClassCrits Workshop, Toward a Critical Legal Analysis of Income Inequality, held at the University at Buffalo and sponsored by the Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy. One of the topics we discussed was using new social media as a way to build a network of critical scholars, as well as popularizing the scholarship and engaging with others outside of legal academia. We’re looking forward to more podcasts in the future.