We hope you will attend the Winnipeg launch of Sexual Regulation and the Law: A Canadian Perspective edited by Richard Jochelson and James Gacek, Thursday Jan 30 2020 at 7:00 pm in the McNally Robinson Booksellers Grant Park Atrium.
This book seeks to do more than tell a story of broad generalities about the law. It forges the links between the history of law and modern iterations of judgments pertaining to that law. Newer laws in Canada have been drafted to recognize that sexual expression can be a means of violence inherently, and thus an exploration of modern sexual digital expression and its emerging jurisprudence represent a new frontier in the regulation of sex and sexuality in Canada. The contributors, including David Ireland, Brayden McDonald, and Alicia Read-Dueck, explore how legal regulation has responded to these new crimes.
Richard Jochelson is a faculty member at the Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba and holds his PhD in law from Osgoode Hall. He has published peer-reviewed articles dealing with obscenity, indecency, and police powers. He is a member of the Bar of Manitoba and has co-authored/co-edited several books.
James Gacek is a doctoral candidate at Edinburgh Law School. He continues to publish in areas of incarceration, genocidal carcerality, critical issues in media, justice, and security studies, the exploitation of human-animal relations, and the broader politics of judicial reasoning.
David Ireland is an Assistant Professor at Robson Hall, University of Manitoba. He practiced criminal law as both Crown and defence counsel before joining the faculty in 2016. His graduate thesis focused on plea-bargaining process in Manitoba.
Brayden McDonald is JD candidate who is entering into his final year of study at Robson Hall. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Studies in 2016 from the University of Manitoba. Brayden has done legal research in the field of international nuclear disarmament.
Alicia Dueck-Read is a law student at the University of Manitoba. Previously, she completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History from the University of Winnipeg and her Masters of Arts in Peace, Development, Security, and International Conflict Transformation from the University of Innsbruck, Austria.