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Erinn Gilson & Sarah Kenehan

Erinn Gilson is an associate professor of philosophy at Merrimack College. Her research and teaching focus on ethics, social and political theory, and feminist theory. She is especially interested in the political and ethical significance of vulnerability — which was the topic of her 2014 book, The Ethics of Vulnerability — and a range of issues in which various forms of vulnerability are at stake, including food justice, sexual victimization, racial injustice, and carceral politics. She is currently exploring the role of habit, affect, imagination, and other aspects of everyday life in ethical and political engagement. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sarah Kenehan, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Marywood University. She earned her doctorate in Philosophy from Graz University, and teaches and writes in various areas of ethics and social and political philosophy, including climate justice, liberal political theory, and animal ethics. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Together, Sarah and Erinn co-edited the text Food, Environment, and Climate Change: Justice at the Intersections (Rowman & Littlefield International, 2019).