“Feminism has given women control over their lives” - Sandra Harding

Sandra Harding in the Universidad de los Andes

Sandra Harding, distinguished professor of education and gender studies at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA).

Sandra Harding in the Universidad de los Andes
Sandra Harding in the Universidad de los Andes
17/11/2017
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Harding speaks about the impact feminism has had on society and the relevance of philosophy.

Sandra Harding is a philosopher, feminist, and distinguished professor of education and gender studies at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA). She is author and editor of seventeen books and special editions of journals. She has been a consultant at several United Nations organizations including the Pan American Health Organization, Unesco, Unifem, and the United Nations Commission on Science and Technology for Development.

I was in Colombia for the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Department of Philosophy at the Universidad de los Andes, and I had a conversation with Manuela Fernández, professor of philosophy at Universidad de los Andes.

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