Dr Linda Barclay

  • linda.barclay@monash.edu

    I am a political philosopher in the Philosophy Department at Monash University. I teach philosophy units in ethics and political philosophy, as well as coordinate and teach into the Human Rights major

    My research is concerned with issues of justice, equality and human rights. I have published in philosophy and political science journals on each of these concepts, as well as on how they intersect with gender, multiculturalism, disability and genetics.

    I am presently working on two projects. Firstly, I am writing a book on disability: what is it, and what kind of response does justice require? Secondly, together with some colleagues in Anthropology at Monash, I am working on an interdisciplinary analysis of dignity in health care.

    More information about my research and publications can be found by clicking the relevant tabs above.