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Kathy Ferguson

Kathy E. Ferguson is Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies at the University of Hawai’i, specializing in political theory, feminist theory, and anarchism. She recently published Emma Goldman: Political Thinking in the Streets (Rowman and Littlefield, 2011) and is currently writing two books: one about the role of the letter press printer in anarchism from the Paris Commune to the Spanish Revolution; the other about the importance of women in the anarchist movement and of anarchism in the first wave of feminism.

Interests: water, food, energy, indigenous wisdom, social justice

UN SDG’s: SDG 1 No Poverty, SDG 2 No Hunger, SDG 3 Good Health, SDG 4 Quality Education, SDG 5 Gender Equality, SDG 6 Clean Water & Sanitation, SDG 7 Renewable Energy, SDG 8 Good Jobs & Economic Growth, SDG 9 Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure, SDG 10 Reduced Inequalities, SDG 11 Sustaianble Cities & Communities, SDG 12 Responsible Consumption, SDG 13 Climate Action, SDG 14 Life Below Water, SDG 15 Life on Land, SDG 16 Peace & Justice

Contact: kferguso@hawaii.edu

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