Anyone interested in marriage equality will want to read Katherine Franke’s Wedlocked: The Perils of Marriage Equality (New York University Press, 2015).
Earlier this year we posted some commentaries as part of an online symposium on Wedlocked:
- Naomi Cahn & Martha Ertman, Wedlocked Book Symposium
- Richard Banks, Commentary on Wedlocked: the Perils of Marriage Equality
- Elizabeth Clement, A Historian’s Comments on Katherine Franke’s Wedlocked
- Tey Meadow, Our Precious Perversions
- Kimberly Mutcherson, Queering the Family in an Age of Marriage Equality
- Jana Singer, Is Marriage Equality A Zero-Sum Game?
- Ed Stein, “What Have We Gotten Ourselves Into?”: Reflections on Katherine Franke’s Wedlocked
- Allison Tait, Neither Freedom Nor Equality
- Michael Zavos, A Practitioner’s Reflections on Wedlocked
- Katherine Frank, Symposium on Wedlocked: Author Meets Readers