Mary C. Rawlinson
Joint Appointment with Comparative Literature
Ph.D. Northwestern University, 1978
Harriman Hall 235
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-3750
Tel: (631) 632-7570
Mary C. Rawlinson is the author of Just Life: bioethics and the future of sexual difference (Columbia University Press, 2016.) She is the editor or co-editor of Engaging the World: thinking after Irigaray (SUNY, 2016), Global Food, Global Justice: essays on eating under globalization (Cambridge Scholars, 2015), Labor and Global Justice: essays on the ethics of labor practices under globalization (Lexington Books, 2015), Thinking with Irigaray (SUNY, 2011), The Voice of Breast Cancer in Medicine and Bioethics (Springer, 2006), and Derrida and Feminism (Routledge, 1997). She has edited five issues of the Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, including Foucault and the Philosophy of Medicine, The Future of Psychiatry, and Feminist Bioethics. Her publications include articles on Hegel, Proust, literature and ethics, bioethics, the critique of rights, and contemporary French philosophy.Rawlinson is the Editor of IJFAB: International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics and the Co-director of The Irigaray Circle. She is an Affiliated Faculty in both Comparative Literature and Women’s and Gender Studies.
Bioethics; global health and social justice; aesthetics and philosophy of literature; Hegel; Proust; contemporary French thought
- "The Right to Life: Rethinking Universalism in Bioethics," in Feminist Bioethics: at the center, on the margins, Jackie Leach Scully, Laurel E. Baldwin-Ragaven, and Petya Fitzpatrick, eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 2010.
- "Antigone, agent of fraternity: how feminism misreads Hegel’s misreading of Antigone, or let the other sister speak,” in The Year of Antigones, Tina Chanter, ed., SUNY Press, forthcoming.
- "Women and Vulnerability: UNESCO’s Report on Respect for Vulnerability and Personal Integrity," IJFAB, vol. 5.1, Fall, 2012.
"Wrestling with Knowledge and Power on Rikers Island"
Tuesday, February 28th
4:00 pm, Humanities 1008
Wednesday March 22nd and Thursday March 23rd
Allegra de Laurentiis & Andrew Dobbyn
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