Mary Lyndon Shanley
|Mary Lyndon Shanley|
|Alma mater||Harvard University|
|Main interests||Feminist legal scholar|
Mary Lyndon Shanley (born 1944), is a feminist legal scholar specializing in issues of the American family and reproductive technologies. Her book Just Marriage weighed into the controversy around gay marriage with a historical and political science perspective at a time when the debate in the United States was at its height in 2004. She has been a central thinker in the idea of the "ethic of care" in US political science.
- Shanley, Mary Lyndon (1989). Feminism, marriage and the law in Victorian England. Princeton: Princeton University Press. ISBN 9780691078199.
- Shanley, Mary Lyndon; Pateman, Carole (1991). Feminist interpretations and political theory. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN 9780271007427.
- Shanley, Mary Lyndon (2001). Making babies, making families: What matters most in an age of reproductive technologies, surrogacy, adoption, and same-sex and unwed parents. Beacon.
- Shanley, Mary Lyndon; Young, Iris Marion; Neill, Daniel (2008). Illusion of consent engaging with Carole Pateman. University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN 9780271035918.
- Shanley, Mary Lyndon; Cohen, Joshua; Chasman, Deborah (2004). Just marriage. Oxford UK New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195176261.
- "Shanley, Mary Lyndon, 1944-". Library of Congress. Retrieved 23 March 2015.
- Shanley, Mary Lyndon (1 June 2003). "Just marriage". Boston Review (Boston Review).
- Shanley, Mary Lyndon (August 2001). "Public policy and the ethics of care". Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy (Wiley) 16 (3): 157–160. doi:10.1111/j.1527-2001.2001.tb00932.x.
- "Faculty: Mary L. Shanley". Political Science Department, Vassar College. Retrieved 23 March 2015.