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Jill Locke

2006-2007 CEPA Faculty Fellow

Jill Locke

Jill Locke is Associate Professor of Political Science at Gustavus Adolphus College. She earned a Ph.D. in Political Science from Rutgers University in 2001, and was a recipient of a Charlotte W. Newcombe Dissertation Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation in 1999-2000. Professor Locke’s publications include “Shame and the Future of Feminism,” forthcoming from Hypatia (Special Issue on Feminist Theory and Democratic Thought), as well as articles and reviews in Political Theory, American Political Science Review, Theory and Event, and two edited volumes. She is a contributing editor of Feminist Interpretations of Alexis de Tocqueville (expected publication in 2008, Pennsylvania State University Press Re-Reading the Canon Series).

Publications

EDITED VOLUMES:

Feminist Interpretations of Alexis de Tocqueville , edited by Jill Locke. Pennsylvania State University Press, Re-reading the Canon Series , edited by Nancy Tuana. Expected publication date, 2007.

ARTICLES/CHAPTERS IN BOOKS/REVIEWS:

“Regimes of Difference” , (Introduction), Feminist Interpretations of Alexis de Tocqueville , ed. Jill Locke. Pennsylvania State University Press, expected publication date, 2007.

“Shame and the Future of Feminism” , Hypatia , Vol.22, No.4 (2007) , (Special Issue: Feminist Theory and Democratic Thought)

Love is a Sweet Chain: Desire, Autonomy, and Friendship in Liberal Political Theory , by James R. Martel. Political Theory , Volume 31, no. 1 (February, 2003), pp.157-159

“Just the Facts, Please: Why Civil Society Does Not Need Moral Truth” , in The Politics of Moralizing , edited by Jane Bennett and Michael Shapiro, Routledge, 2002.

Cultural Studies and Political Theory , ed. Jodi Dean. American Political Science Review , Volume 96, no.1 (March, 2002), pp.174-175

“Work, Shame, and the Chain Gang: The New Civic Education” , in Vocations of Political Theory: Political Imagination in an Age of Uncertainty , edited by Jason Frank and John Tambornino, University of Minnesota Press, 2000.

“Hiding for Whom? Obscurity, Dignity, and the Politics of Truth” , Theory & Event , issue 3.3 (1999)