Mary Evans

Professor Mary Evans has taught Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies for forty years. She have written widely about feminist theory but her most lasting interests are in narratives of class and the persistence of structural inequality. At present she is particularly interested in narratives of ‘classlessness’ and their relationship to libertarian politics.

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