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Dr Lorna Finlayson Wheeler

Lecturer
School of Philosophy and Art History
Dr Lorna Finlayson Wheeler
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    +44 (0) 1206 873002

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    5B.119, Colchester Campus

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Biography

Lorna took both her BA and PhD in Philosophy at Kings College, Cambridge, where she was then appointed to a four-year junior research fellowship, also acting as an affiliated lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy. She is the author of The Political Is Political: conformity and the illusion of dissent in contemporary political philosophy (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015), and An Introduction to Feminism (CUP, forthcoming November 2015). She has interests in political philosophy and its methodology, critical theory and theories of ideology, feminist philosophy, philosophy of social science, and Arabic philosophy. As of September 2015, she is Lecturer in Philosophy at the School of Philosophy and Art History.

Publications

Journal articles (5)

Finlayson, L., (2018). The Third Shift: the politics of representation and the psychological turn. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. 43 (4), 775-795

Finlayson, L., (2017). With radicals like these, who needs conservatives? Doom, gloom, and realism in political theory. European Journal of Political Theory. 16 (3), 264-282

Finlayson, L., (2015). On Mountains and Molehills: Problems, Non-problems, and the Ideology of Ideology. Constellations. 22 (1), 135-146

Finlayson, L., (2014). How to Screw Things with Words. Hypatia. 29 (4), 774-798

Finlayson, L., (2013). Preachers and propagandists: political theory and thestatus quo. Journal of Political Ideologies. 18 (3), 281-298

Books (2)

Finlayson, L., (2016). An Introduction to Feminism. Cambridge University Press. 9781107121041

Finlayson, L., (2015). The political is political : conformity and the illusion of dissent in contemporary political philosophy. Rowman & Littlefield International, Ltd.. 9781783482870

Contact

ljfinl@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873002

Location:

5B.119, Colchester Campus