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12 Facts About Ann Garry
Ann Garry accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Philosophy at CSULA in 1969, before being promoted to Associate Professor in 1977, and full Professor in 1983 She is Professor Emerita.
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Ann Garry serves as editor for topics related to feminist philosophy for both the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy and PhilPapers.
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Ann Garry began her graduate studies during the heyday of anglophone analytic philosophy, and many of her original research interests reflect that.
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Ann Garry's original focuses included epistemology, analytic metaphysics, philosophy of language, etc.
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Ann Garry was an early entrant in to the field of feminist philosophy, and was responsible for a significant amount of foundational work in the field, including the development of early courses in feminist philosophy, and at early attempts at integrating feminist philosophy into other philosophical areas.
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Ann Garry was one of the first philosophers to question whether pornography was a significant cause of gender-based violence.
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Ann Garry has edited one anthology, Women, Knowledge, and Reality: Explorations in Feminist Philosophy, which is a collection of 25 essays intended to highlight the ways in which feminist philosophy engage, critique, and challenge traditional fields of philosophy across the board.
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Ann Garry collaborated with fellow philosophers Serene Khader and Alison Stone on a volume titled Routledge Companion to Feminist Philosophy, published in 2017.
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