Miss Tracy Robinson

Tracy Robinson
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1-876-927-1855
Title: 
Senior Lecturer
Education: 
LL.B. (Hons.) (UWI) B.C.L (Oxon) LL.M. (Yale)
Professional Qualifications: 
Attorney-at-Law, Commissioner (IACHR)
Research Area: 
Family Law, Constitutional Law, Gender and Citizenship, Human Rights Law
Courses taught or to be taught: 
Family Law
Gender and the Law
Human Rights Law
Constitutional Law
Books: 
D. Berry, T. Robinson (eds), Transitions in Caribbean Law: Lawmaking Constitutionalism and the Confluence of National and International Law (Ian Randle 2013).
H. Khemchyan, K. Quashigah & T. Robinson, Legislative Reform Related to the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Diverse Legal Systems: National Case Studies: Armenia, Barbados and Ghana (UNICEF Legislative Reform Initiative Paper Series March 2008).
Chapter in Books: 
T. Robinson, “Our Inherent Constitution” in Berry, Robinson (eds), Transitions in Caribbean Law: Lawmaking Constitutionalism and the Confluence of National and International Law (Ian Randle 2013).
D. Berry, T. Robinson, “Transitions in Caribbean Law: An Introduction” in Berry, Robinson (eds), Transitions in Caribbean Law: Lawmaking Constitutionalism and the Confluence of National and International Law (Ian Randle 2013).
T. Robinson, “Our Imagined Lives” in Faith Smith (ed), Sex and the Citizen: Interrogating the Caribbean (University Press of Virginia 2011) 201-213.
R. Clarke, T. Robinson, J. Sealy-Burke, “Gender analysis of child support in the Caribbean: legal, socio-economic and cultural issues for consideration” in M. Shivdas, S. Coleman (eds), Without Prejudice: CEDAW and the determination of women’s rights in a legal and cultural context (Commonwealth Secretariat, London 2010) 95-105.
T. Robinson, “Authorised sex: same-sex sexuality and the law in the Caribbean” in Christine Barrow, Marjan de Bruin and Robert Carr (eds), From Risk to Vulnerability: Power, Culture and Gender in the Spread of HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean (IRP, Kingston 2009) 1-22.
T. Robinson, “Beyond the Bill of Rights: Sexing the Citizen” in Eudine Barriteau (ed) Confronting Power, Theorizing Gender: Interdisciplinary Perspectives in the Caribbean (2003, UWI Press) 231 – 261 (31 pages). Excerpt Republished in Libby Adler, Lisa Crooms, Judith Greenberg, Martha Minow, Dorothy Roberts, Frug’s Women and the Law, 4th edition (Foundation Press, 2008) 47-53 (6 pages).
Articles: 
T. Robinson, ‘Gender, nation and the common law constitution’ (2008) 28(4) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 735-762.
T. Robinson, “A Caribbean common law”, (2007) 49(2) Race and Class (A special issue: Caribbean Trajectories: 200 years on (eds) A. Trotz, A Kamugisha), 118 – 124.
T. Robinson, ‘The Properties of Citizens: A Caribbean Grammar of Conjugal Categories’ (2013) Dubois Review: Social Science Research on Race. (Forthcoming)