The Oxford University Press publishes a new, significant edition entitled “The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Philosophy”, prepared by Asta and Kim K. Hall, otherwise a world professor of philosophy.
“I am pleased to say that I have contributed to this valuable handbook with a chapter on poststructuralism (Chapter 8). The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Philosophy is available for pre-sale and is expected to go on sale in April 2021. The editors of the edition are Asta and Kim K. Hall, Oxford Manuals, Oxford University Press”, Professor Katerina Kolozova told CIVIL MEDIA.
The handbook offers a comprehensive overview of the current state of affairs in the field of feminist philosophy. The 45 chapters by different authors cover topics ranging from the influence of feminist philosophy in other systems of oppression, to gender, racial and classified assumptions embedded in philosophical concepts, to feminist perspectives in many spheres of philosophy.
The textbook is an excellent source of information for both students and scholars working and researching in the field of feminist philosophy.