Holly Lawford-Smith, Associate Professor in Political Philosophy, University of Melbourne
Holly Lawford-Smith is an Associate Professor in Political Philosophy in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne. She works in social, moral, and political philosophy and has focused on climate ethics, collective action, and feminism. Her last book was Not In Their Name (OUP, 2019), on citizens' culpability for states' actions. Before the University of Melbourne, she worked at the University of Sheffield, the Australian National University, and Charles Sturt University. Her PhD is from the Australian National University and her undergraduate, Honours, and Masters degrees are from the University of Otago.
Preface 1. Introduction Part I: What Is Gender-Critical Feminism? 2. Gender-Critical Feminism's Radical Roots 3. Gender-Critical Feminism 4. The Sex Industry 5. Trans/Gender 6. Why is Gender-Critical Feminism So Vilified? Part II: Hard Questions For Gender-critical Feminism 7. Is Gender-Critical Feminism Intersectional? 8. Is Gender-Critical Feminism Feasible? 9. Is Gender-Critical Feminism Liberal? Coda 10. A Gender-Critical Manifesto
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