Lillian is a philosophy PhD candidate at Fordham University in New York. She received her B.A. in philosophy from Loyola University Chicago. Her areas of specialization are political philosophy, feminist philosophy, and critical theory. Her dissertation is about structural injustice. She studies how social domination in the basic structures of our society affects the kinds of oppression that social groups experience. Her work also asks how contexts of structural injustice frame the way that we think about our normative criteria for justice in terms of democratic rights and participation. In 2018, Lillian published an article in Radical Philos…

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