|Staff position||Lecturer in Philosophy
Lorna took both her BA and PhD in Philosophy at King’s 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.
PY114-4-FY Critical Reasoning and Logical Argument
PY431-5-SP Ancient Philosophy
PY434-5-SU Texts in Practical Philosophy