Feminist Strategies: Flexible Theories and Resilient Practices
The goal of Feminist Strategies is to solicit original work in contemporary philosophical feminism that recognizes that where women have achieved a significant measure of equality discrimination nonetheless persists through the intersection of gender with other systems and practices of oppression. Such work would include the formulation of theories that are sufficiently flexible, and the promotion of practices, sufficiently resilient, to address these changing contexts and forms of oppression. The volumes that comprise this series will thus examine current practices, actual cases, and historical episodes of discrimination in which gender has intersected with systems of oppression including those involving feminism and disability; women, animals, and emotion; extended cognition and feminism; women and depression; motherhood, and the new materialist feminism.

Editor(s): Crasnow, Sharon Labrot and Joanne Beil Waugh
Advisory Board: Samantha Brennan, Sandra Harding, Jose Medina, Kelly Oliver, Georgia Warnke, Shelley Wilcox, and Naomi Zack
Staff editorial contact: Jana Hodges-Kluck (jhodges-kluck@rowman.com)
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