date

Sara-Farris-Cover

seminar

Sara Farris “Feminists From the Kitchen Floor: On Domestic Workers’ Erased Feminism”

An abstract for this seminar will be available soon.

bio

Sara Farris is a sociologist with expertise in social theory, gender, migration and care/social reproduction. She is well known internationally for her research on the mobilisation of feminist themes by nationalist parties within anti-immigration and anti-Islam campaigns, or “femonationalism”. Her research has been funded by the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, the European Commission through the Daphne III and Marie Curie Programmes, and the Leverhulme Trust. She has published several books – including In the Name of Women’s Rights. The Rise of Femonationalism (Duke University Press, 2017) and Max Weber’s Theory of Personality. Individuation, Politics and Orientalism in the Sociology of Religion (Brill 2013) – alongside numerous articles in leading journals.

date

bio

Sara Farris is a sociologist with expertise in social theory, gender, migration and care/social reproduction. She is well known internationally for her research on the mobilisation of feminist themes by nationalist parties within anti-immigration and anti-Islam campaigns, or “femonationalism”. Her research has been funded by the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, the European Commission through the Daphne III and Marie Curie Programmes, and the Leverhulme Trust. She has published several books – including In the Name of Women’s Rights. The Rise of Femonationalism (Duke University Press, 2017) and Max Weber’s Theory of Personality. Individuation, Politics and Orientalism in the Sociology of Religion (Brill 2013) – alongside numerous articles in leading journals.

Sara-Farris-Cover

seminar

Sara Farris “Feminists From the Kitchen Floor: On Domestic Workers’ Erased Feminism”

An abstract for this seminar will be available soon.

Previous
Next
REGISTER FORM

There is no more available spaces for this seminar.