Reviews of Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability

In the past week, two very positive reviews of Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability have appeared (well, if they appeared before last week, I was unaware that they had been published). I was happy to read that, for the most part, the two reviews focus on and draw out disparate aspects of the book. Taken together, they provide a fairly comprehensive portrait of the book.

Catherine Clune-Taylor’s review of the book appears in the latest issue of the APA Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy here: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.apaonline.org/resource/collection/D03EBDAB-82D7-4B28-B897-C050FDC1ACB4/FeminismV19n1.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0T6LkumI7aU8MiH-5DaUqsX_10-oCzW5X6d8bG8TeAGLdbqWoxqaCsx1o

Josh Dohman’s review of the book in Hypatia Reviews Online appears here: https://www.hypatiareviews.org/reviews/content/418

I hope that these reviews will convince more feminist and other philosophers and theorists to both read/listen to the book and begin to address their own ableism and the ableism of philosophy.

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