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Philosophy 2101: Introduction to Philosophy: Schwarzenbach

Philosophy 2101: Introduction to Philosophy

About Sibyl Schwarzenbach

Sibyl A. Schwarzenbach is professor of philosophy and women’s studies at the City University of New York, Baruch College and the University Graduate Center. She attended Heidelberg University as a Fulbright Scholar in the 1970s, and obtained her doctorate in philosophy at Harvard (under John Rawls). Schwarzenbach is author of many articles in social, political, and feminist theory, as well as editor of "Women and the United States Constitution: Interpretation, Theory and Practice" (Columbia, 2004). Her current research is on the life and works of a Swiss cousin: "Through Foreign Eyes: American Democracy in the Photo-journalism of Annemarie Schwarzenbach, 1934-1942".

 

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Biography source: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/sibyl-a-schwarzenbach

Brooklyn College Library Texts of Schwarzenbach

Papers by Schwarzenbach