Feminist Encounters with Evolutionary Psychology

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O'Neill, Rachel;

This Section of Australian Feminist Studies is the product of an event that took place at King’s College London in January 2015, hosted as part of the UK-based ‘Critical Sexology’ seminar series. Participants at this event – feminist scholars working across the fields o... View more
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