Volume XXXVII, No. 2 – Fall 2022

Articles: “Making Invisible Victims Whole: A Reply to Diamantis” by Chad Flanders; “Trans Optics and Panopticons: Trans Visibility, Anti-Transness, and Surveillance” by Jennifer Gisi; “A Feminist Eye on the New Law for Care Work Compensation in China” by Tiantian Zhu and Zhizhuang Duan; Notes: “No Turning Back: A Progressive Application of Stand Your Ground Laws to Remove the Duty to Retreat for Women Who Kill Abusers Out of Self-Defense” by Luma Khabbaz; “Committing Crimes Kept Her Alive: United States v. Dingwall and The Criminalization of Domestic Violence Victims” by Madeline Weston.

Volume XXXVII, No. 1 – Spring 2022

Articles: “The Idealized Victim-Terminology in Human Trafficking for Sex Workers–Providing Access to Protections or Rendering Rights Conditional?” by Inga K. Thiemann; “A Global Study of Prostitution Policy” by Alexia Tomlinson, Mary Haggerty, and Caroline Rini; Comments: “A Rose by Any Other Name: The Case for Abolishing Wisconsin’s Sex Offender Name-Change Ban” by Anna Hartz; “The Equalizing Effect of Unionization on the Gender Wage Gap” by Kirsten Wilshire Salmons; Notes: “Principled Institutionalism or Impractical Rigidity? Examining Strict Stare Decisis and the Male-Only Draft” by Jimmy Morrissey.