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Rebecca L Clark

DPhil in Politics

I am a doctoral candidate in political theory at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. My primary research is in social and political philosophy, feminist philosophy, and methods of social critique.

My current research project explores feminist perspectives on work and the home. What, for example, is wrong with the gendered division of labour? How should reproductive labour ideally be organised? And what steps should we take to achieve this?

I completed my BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics in 2020 and my BPhil in Philosophy in 2022, both at the University of Oxford.

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Rebecca L Clark


'Moderate Realist Ideology Critique' (2024). In the European Journal of Philosophy. Access here.

Review of Helen Hester’s & Nick Srnicek’s After Work: A History of the Home and the Fight for Free Time (2023). In the Journal of Applied Philosophy. Access here.

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

‘What is MacKinnon’s argument against Pornography?’ (2020). In the British Undergraduate Philosophy Review. Access here.