Feminists In Struggle presents an important discussion about the attacks on women in academia who dare to question gender ideology in our Feminist Forum: Attacks Against Academic Freedom Targeting Women in Academia.
The forum will take place through Zoom on Saturday, January 29th at 1:00-3:00 p.m. Pacific time (4:00 p.m. Eastern Time).
$5 tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite
Dr. Kathleen Stock – Until October 2021, Kathleen Stock was a Professor of Philosophy at University of Sussex. She is the author of Material Girls: Why Reality Matters for Feminism (Fleet/Little Brown 2021). She regularly discusses gender identity ideology and its effects on women and girls in public writing and speaking, and was awarded an OBE for services to higher education in 2020.
For an excellent review of her book, see Robert Jensen’s Making Sense of Sex and Gender
Dr. Devin Jane Buckley left academia after finding it to be ideologically hostile to her intellectual and political interests. She received her Ph.D. at Duke University where she studied philosophy and literature. She also holds two undergraduate degrees, one in neuroscience and another in philosophy from Boston University with publications, awards and honors across disciplines. Dr. Buckley uses her training as a writer and philosopher to advocate for women’s sex-based rights as a freelance writer for 4W and as a board member at Women’s Liberation Front (WoLF). She is currently studying for law school in hopes that litigation and future legislation may bring victories for women’s rights, even if academia has helped erase them.