Get to know New Voices Member Evina Glantzi. Until now, her published research on the history of women philosophers has focused on Tullia d’ Aragona (ca. 1510-1556) and Helle Lambridis (1896-1970). Read the two entries of Evina Glantzi in the Encyclopedia of Concise Concepts. on Helle Lambridis.
Her other research interests include feminist theories of personal autonomy, political philosophy, philosophy of law, moral philosophy and feminist philosophy. She received her PhD from the School of Law (Department of History and Theory of Law-Philosophy of Law) of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, in 2020. Her dissertation’s title was “Gender and Internalized Oppression: Personal Autonomy, Gender Violence and Justice”. Since 2022, she is postdoctoral researcher in the School of Law (Department of History and Theory of Law-Philosophy of Law) of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Evina has also published an article on Gender and Equality between Women and Men in Tullia d’Aragona’s Dialogue on the Infinity of Love in the sixth volume Women, Philosophy and Science: Italy and Early Modern Europe.
In addition she was part of the 2017 Libori Summer School presenting on “Women Philosophers: Medieval and Renaissance Periods”. See the video of the summer school here.
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