Doriane Coleman is a Professor of Law at Duke Law School, where she specializes in interdisciplinary scholarship focused on women, children, medicine, sports, and law. Her recent work has centered on sex, including its evolving definition and its implications for institutions ranging from elite sport to medicine and, of course, to law. A first article in this series, Sex in Sport, is at 80 Law & Contemporary Problems 63 (2017), and a second, Re-affirming the Value of the Sports Exception to Title IX's General Non-Discrimination Rule, is at 27 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y 69 (2020). She is currently working on a third article on Sex in Medicine and a book project called Sex in Law.
Latest from Doriane Coleman
It's still all about testosterone.
The still-salient case for a biologically-based women's category in elite sport.
Yes, it is all about testosterone. [UPDATE: Post bumped, because a tech glitch kept people from being able to comment on it; that should be fixed now.]
The battle between biology and identity is engaged.
Yes, it is all about testosterone.