derek malone-france

Derek Malone-France

Executive Director and Associate Professor, University Writing Program and Department of Religion
Department of Religion and University Writing Program (CCAS)

Areas of Expertise

Law/Policy, Women's Political Participation, Feminist Theory

Derek Malone-France is interested in both theoretical and rhetorical approaches to issues of gender equality in the context of religious and political communities. In the religious context, he is particularly interested in contemporary feminist approaches to issues of gender exclusion or disprivilege and in feminist reconceptions of the divine. In the political context, Derek has particularly focused on the British and American sufferage/women's rights movements of the late 18th through the early 20th centuries, with special attention to the arguments put forward, respectively, by Mary Wollstonecraft, Emmeline Pankhurst, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

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Political Dissent—A Global Reader, Volume 1: Ancient to Early-Modern Sources Volume 2: Modern SourcesLexington Books, 2011.