Including contributions from an international list of renowned authors, this text seeks to address the controversial issue of difference in feminist philosophy, using approaches from both analytic and continental thinking.
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Ismay Barwell, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand; Rosi Braidotti, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands; Gemma Corradi Fiumara, University of Rome, Italy; Meena Dhanda, Balliol College, Oxford; Annette Fitzsimons, University of Humberside; Miranda Fricker, University of Oxford; Kimberly Hutchings, University of Wolverhampton; Marnia Lazreg, Hunter College, New York; Sabina Lovibond, Worcester College, Oxford; Oshadi Mangena, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Diana Sartori, Padua University, Italy; Anne Seller, University of Kent; Liz Stanley, University of Manchester; Susan Strickland, University of Hull; Alessandra Tanesini, University of Wales; Janna Thompson, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia; Caroline Williams, [out of work] ; Anna Yeatman, MacQuarie University, Sydney, Australia
'Picking one's way through the literature can be confusing and dispiriting ... for this reason alone, this collection of papers would be welcome. That they are also generally of a high standard and accessible is a bonus.' - Womens Philosophy Review