Hearth Matters
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E09 | Reclaiming a Lost Vision for Women and Sex-Realist Feminism with Erika Bachiochi

E09 | Reclaiming a Lost Vision for Women and Sex-Realist Feminism with Erika Bachiochi

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Our guest this week, Erika Bachiochi, is a legal scholar and fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and a senior fellow at the Abigail Adams Institute in Cambridge, MA, where she founded and directs the Wollstonecraft Project.

In this episode, we discuss her latest book, The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision (Notre Dame Press), which looks at the philosophy of 18th century feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and why her ideas are so relevant for women today. We also talk about “Pursuing the Reunification of Home and Work,” an essay Erika published in American Compass, and practical ways to integrate career with family life in the 21st century. 

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Kathryn and Erin

Hearth Matters
Hearth Matters Podcast
Join us in thought-provoking discussion about the connection between home life and human flourishing in the 21st century.
Hearth Matters nonprofit co-founders and householders Kathryn Lukas-Damer and Erin Szuma interview experts and ordinary women who are rethinking, revaluing and reinventing home & hearth. Kathryn, in the matriarchal phase of her life, embodies the wisdom and practical knowledge of a lifelong entrepreneur, local food system expert and mother of a grown son, while Erin, a Millennial with her first baby on the way, shares her journey as a new mother navigating career and family life.
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