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The Feminist Philosophy and Social Theory group discusses socially significant philosophical issues, often from a feminist perspective. Previous events have included discussion of the philosophy of disability, social construction, cat-calling, hate speech, feminist logics and microagressions. The group is jointly affiliated with Arché and the St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies.
Seminars: The feminist philosophy and social theory group meet for a weekly seminar at 3-5pm on Tuesday where group members discuss papers in feminist and social philosophy, present works in progress and host visiting speakers. For details of the current programme please see the Arché calendar.

: Jade Fletcher

Affiliated Staff Members: Gillian Russell, Derek Ball

Research students: Lara Scheibli, Katherine Crone, Sophie Nagler, Petronella Randell, Thomas Randriamahazaka, Nick Kuespert, Nick Allen, Emilia Wilson, Lara Jost, Camille Fouche

Associated news

Emilia Wilson: The Changing Norms of Democratic Rhetoric: Philosophical and Political Perspectives

New Research Stream: Feminist Philosophy and Social Theory