Clare Chambers is Reader in Political Philosophy and Fellow of Jesus College, University of Cambridge.
I am a political philosopher specialising in feminist philosophy, contemporary liberalism, theories of social justice, and social construction, especially the following topics:
Feminism: the body, beauty and appearance norms, cosmetic surgery, personal relationships, marriage, parenthood, liberal feminism, radical feminism, the work of Andrea Dworkin and Catharine MacKinnon.
Liberalism: autonomy, choice, consent, distributive equality, equality of opportunity, multiculturalism, religion, global justice, liberal feminism, political v comprehensive v perfectionist liberalism, public reason, the work of John Rawls.
Social construction: social norms, the limitations of choice, genealogy, social practices, gender, culture, religion, the work of Michel Foucault and Pierre Bourdieu.
Sex, Culture, and Justice
The Limits of Choice
(Penn State University Press, 2008)