Sally Haslanger
  SALLY HASLANGER is a Professor in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT, and an affiliate faculty member in the Women's Studies Program.  She is interested in metaphysics, epistemology, ancient philosophy and feminist theory. Sally has published on the problem of persistence through change, pragmatic paradox, and Aristotle's theory of substance; in feminist theory she has written on objectivity and objectification, theories of sex and gender. Her recent work is on the idea of social construction, particularly on the social construction of gender and race, and on topics in feminist epistemology. She recently co-edited a book with Charlotte Witt titled, Adoption Matters: Philosophical and Feminist Essays and is co-editing a textbook on feminist theory with Elizabeth Hackett titled, Theorizing Feminisms.
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