Sledziewski, Elisabeth G.

teaches political science, moral philosophy and bioethics at Paris-Est Créteil University, France.

She has specialised in an anthropological approach of Western modernity, focused on the construction of the individual and collective subject in its social and gendered dimension.

She has devoted many works to gender issues (concept of parity, women’s rights and citizenship, motherhood, gender ethics, female body image, female tobacco addiction, etc).

She belongs to the research department of the Ethical Space of Public Assistance – Paris Hospitals.


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