Women's Magazine:Feminism and the work of Hannah Arendt 
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Women's Magazine  Feminism and the work of Hannah Arendt   
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Kate Rafael  Interviews  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
Kate Raphael talks with scholar Linda Zerilli, Professor of Political Science and outgoing Director of the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at the University of Chicago, about the life and work of the political theorist Hannah Arendt. Zerilli is the author of Feminism and the Abyss of Freedom, one of many books interpreting Arendt's work through the lens of feminism.  Linda Zerilli/Kate Raphael 
Notes: Credits:
Hannah Arendt, the subject of a new film by Margarethe von Trotta, did not consider herself a feminist and never wrote about the women's movement, although she did write about other social movements of the sixties and seventies. Nevertheless, generations of women have combed her work for feminist implications. Why are feminists so fascinated with Arendt, and what does her work bring to our understanding of feminism? Kate Raphael discusses this question with one of the foremost Arendt scholars writing today.   
Philosophy | Feminism  
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View Script    08-15-2013  English 
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HannahArendt  128Kbps mp3 (22.89MB) Mono 


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