People Feature

Rebecca L Clark

DPhil in Politics

I am a doctoral candidate in political theory at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. My broad research interests lie in social and political philosophy and feminist theory.

My current research is supported by an AHRC grant, and explores the ethical and political implications of the recent shift towards working-from-home. If you have an interest in the philosophy of work, please get in touch!

I completed my BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics in 2020 and my BPhil in Philosophy in 2022, both at Balliol College, Oxford.

You can find out more on my personal website:

Rebecca L Clark


‘Should Feminists Endorse a Universal Basic Income?’ (2021). Featured on the University of Oxford’s Practical Ethics blog.

‘What is MacKinnon’s argument against Pornography?’ (2020). In British Undergraduate Philosophy Review,Vol. (1), 2020, pp.17-24. Subject to double-blind review.