Dr Teresa Bejan Published in The New York Times
Associate Professor of Political Theory and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Dr Teresa Bejan, has had her opinion piece “What Quakers Can Teach Us About the Politics of Pronouns” published in The New York Times.
Dr Bejan’s article explores the impact that pronouns have upon equality within society and how they have become increasingly politicised and the subject of controversy.
By reflecting upon the beliefs and practices of 17th Century Quakers, who suspected that the “rules of grammar stood between them and a society of equals,” Dr Bejan illustrates a different and unexpected perspective on the politics of pronouns.
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