Rebecca Clark

Research Topic:

Working From Home: A Philosophical Exploration
Political Theory Network
Nuffield College
DPhil Politics

I am a doctoral candidate in political theory at Nuffield College, University of Oxford. My broad research interests lie in social and political philosophy and feminist theory; I am particularly interested in their intersection with economic issues. My current research is supported by an AHRC grant, and explores the ethical and political implications of the recent shift towards working-from-home.

I completed my BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics in 2020 and my BPhil in Philosophy in 2022, both at Balliol College, Oxford.

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My core research interests include:

  • philosophy of work

  • feminist theory

  • methodology of political philosophy (ideal theory, realism, ideology)

  • philosophy of economics and social science