NUJS Law Review Special Issue on the Naz Foundation Case

The NUJS law review has just come out with its special volume dedicated to the landmark Naz Foundation judgment that effectively decriminalised same sex activities in India. Pursuant to its tradition of being an open access journal, all the articles can be accessed freely here. I list out the articles and their authors below:

DECRIMINALISATION OF HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE CONSTITUION
Professor Mahendra P. Singh

OUT OF THE COLONIAL CLOSET, BUT STILL THINKING ‘INSIDE THE BOX’: REGULATING ‘PERVERSION’ AND THE ROLE OF TOLERANCE IN DE-RADICALISING THE RIGHTS CLAIMS OF SEXUAL SUBALTERNS
Ratna Kapur

NAVIGATING THE NOTEWORTHY AND NEBULOUS IN NAZ FOUNDATION
Vikram Raghavan

READING SWARAJ INTO ARTICLE 15: A NEW DEAL FOR ALL MINORITIES
Tarunabh Khaitan

SECTION 377 AND THE ‘ORDER OF NATURE’: NURTURING ‘INDETERMINACY’ IN THE LAW?
Shamnad Basheer, Sroyon Mukherjee & Karthy Nair

THE PUBLIC AND CONSTITUTIONAL MORALITY CONUNDRUM: A CASE-NOTE ON THE NAZ FOUNDATION JUDGMENT
Rohit Sharma

CRYSTALLISING QUEER POLITICS – THE NAZ FOUNDATION CASE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR INDIA’S TRANSGENDER COMMUNITIES
Siddharth Narrain

DIVIDED LAWS IN A UNIFIED NATION: TERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF HIGH COURT DECISIONS
Jasmine Joseph

BREAKING SILENCES, CELEBRATING NEW SPACES: MAPPING ELITE RESPONSES TO THE ‘INCLUSIVE’ JUDGMENT
Rukmini Sen

LOGIC AND COHERENCE IN NAZ FOUNDATION: THE ARGUMENTS OF NON-DISCRIMINATION, PRIVACY, AND DIGNITY
Pritam Baruah

‘RIGHT TO PRIVACY’ IN NAZ FOUNDATION: A COUNTER-HETERONORMATIVE CRITIQUE
Saptarshi Mandal

JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 21 IN THE NAZ FOUNDATION CASE: PRIVACY – A MORAL RIGHT OR A CREATURE OF AN AMORAL CONSTITUTION?
Bhargav K. Joshi & Neha Mary Koshy

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