I’m working up a syllabus for an Internet Law-type course for next year. Since I’m a geek, not a legal theorist, I’m a bit short on the overarching theoretical approaches to the course. (What I mean is that I’ve got plenty of stuff by Yochai Benkler, Terry Fisher, Jonathan Zittrain, John Palfrey, Mary Rundle, etc., but feel short on more traditional legal philosophies as applied to cyberspace / the Internet / information law.)
So, I’m asking for help. Can anyone suggest good, accessible scholarship (in the legal academy or beyond) that applies feminist theory to the Internet, or legal realism, or critical legal studies, or other significant entries in the legal canon?
Thoughts and suggestions much appreciated!