Feminist Philosophers: In Their Own Words
Feminist Philosophers: In Their Own Words provides educators and scholars with in-depth, digitally filmed interviews with many of the scholars who generated and initially sustained feminist philosophy in North America. These two-hour DVDs provide an excellent introduction to the philosophical approaches of these theorists, as well as assisting scholars in understanding the ways in which social movements (such as the civil rights, anti-war, and women’s movements of the 1960s and 1970s) influenced academic scholarship.
The following DVDs are currently available for purchase, and others will be added soon.
Produced by Joan Callahan and Nancy Tuana
This oral history project has been made possible by generous support from the American Philosophical Association, the Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Kentucky.