Ann Cudd, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Philosophy at Boston University, will give a public lecture at Tulane University’s Rogers Chapel this Friday, March 3, at 4 pm.
Her book, Analyzing Oppression (Oxford UP, 2006), was a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for 2007. Her other books include Capitalism, For and Against: A Philosophical Debate, co-authored with Nancy Holmstrom (Cambridge UP, 2011), and four edited volumes on themes ranging from the backlash to feminism to contemporary democracy.
For a lecture abstract and more Dean Cudd’s research, please click here.
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