Master Classes | UNESCO-PUCP Gender Equality Chair
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
The UNESCO-PUCP Chair on Gender Equality in Higher Education Institutions inaugurates its first Master Classes. These will be in charge of the distinguished American philosopher Sally Haslanger.
Dr. Haslanger is the Ford Professor of the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and an associate professor in the Women's & Gender Studies program at the same university. Currently, her work focuses on elucidating the notion of ideology in a way that links it with contemporary work in epistemology, philosophy of language and philosophy of mind, as well as in doing justice to the materiality of social practices and structures. Among his published books are: Critical Theory and Practice (2017), Resisting Reality: Social Construction and Social Critique (2012) and Theorizing Feminisms: A Reader (2005).
"Gender Injustice: A Practice Approach"
"Gender Ideology as a Cultural Technē"
"Social Movements and Social Change"