Answer these questions: Explain how culture appears in the U.S. courtroom. Which legal subjects require or have recourse to a cultural explanation? Who are the translators of culture and what are their methods of translation? What might postcolonial theory, comparative law, and/or international human rights frameworks add to a discussion of gender and law in the U.S.? Hints: 1. Do not overuse the same examples in responding to different questions; 2. Use as many different readings and lectures as possible in completing the exam (also remember your web resources); 3. Outline your answers in advance to choose your best evidence and make your argument clear; 4. Be mindful of the historical and ideological context for your analyses; and 5. Though opinions and emotions are crucial as first steps in your process of generating a response, your answers should concentrate on the evidence from course materials that supports your reaction.