AUDIO: Erika Bachiochi on a Vision of Virtue from the Godmother of Feminism


November 20, 2021 | Crown and Crozier podcast


On November 20, 2021, EPPC Fellow Erika Bachiochi appeared on the Crown and Crozier podcast to discuss her book The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision, the legacy of 18th century British philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft, and the trajectory of feminism in the 21st century.

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