“Wollstonecraft, Mill, & Women's Human Rights"


Location: Oak Room at South Dining Hall

Eileen Book Panel Poster 8

Please join the Notre Dame Program in Constitutional Studies for a discussion and celebration of Dr. Eileen Hunt Botting’s new book: “Wollstonecraft, Mill, & Women's Human Rights.”

With commentary by: Linda Zerilli (University of Chicago Political Science), Ruth Abbey (ND Political Science), Alasdair MacIntyre (ND Philosophy, emeritus), and Eileen Hunt Botting (ND Political Science)

Friday, August 26 - 12:30 pm, Oak Room at South Dining Hall

Panel is open to the public, Complimentary lunch provided



Eileen Hunt Botting Resized

Dr. Eileen Hunt Botting, Associate Professor of Political Science at Notre Dame and author of Wollstonecraft, Mill, and Women’s Human Rights, is a political theorist who focuses on the history of Enlightenment, American, feminist, international, and liberal political thought