María Pía Lara

María Pía Lara’s latest book, The Feminist Social Imaginary: A New Topography of Space, is set to be published by Northwestern University Press. She is also working on a new project called “How to do Politics with Concepts,” of which two essays have already been published in Thesis Eleven and Philosophy and Social Criticism.


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Richard Rorty’s Legacy: Criticizing His Critics
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