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Annemie Halsema is assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and teaches gender studies, psychoanalysis and social philosophy. She is coordinator of the Dutch Network for Women in Philosophy. The network publishes a newsletter 4 times a year and organizes a conference once a year. Annemie Halsema published in the field of feminist philosophy, especially on Irigaray, Benjamin and Butler. Her latest international publications include: ‘Reflexionen über Identität in einer multikulturellen Gesellschaft - Ein Dialog zwischen Ricoeur, Irigaray und Butler’. (In: S. Stoller, V. Vasterling, L. Fischer (Hrsg.), Feministische Phänomenologie und Hermeneutik, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2005, pp. 208-234) and ‘The Gift of Recognition. Self and Other in the Multicultural Situation’. (In: H. Fielding, G. Hiltmann, D. Olkowski, A. Reichold (Eds.), The Other. Feminist Reflections in Ethics. Palgrave-Macmillan, 2007, pp. 23-41.) She is currently working on a book on psychoanalysis and gender (in Dutch) and engaged in a research-project on the otherness of the self in the work of Ricoeur, Irigaray, Benjamin and Butler.

Judith Vega is Lecturer in Social and Political Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Groningen. Her research is concerned with themes like social justice, public sphere, citizenship, and freedom of opinion. She has been editor and editor in chief of the Dutch-language Journal for Genderstudies (TijdschriftvoorGenderstudies). Among her recent publications is a co-edited special issue of Citizenship Studies (14, 3, June 2010) on 'Cultural Citizenship in Political Theory'.