Piper Bell

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Piper is an academic activist with a focus on political philosophy, feminism, women’s labour, ethics and student power. Piper’s current academic activism is being expressed through her PhD research working to illuminate the nature of academic womens’ labour in higher education in the twenty-first century, investigating how class plays a role in understanding and (de)valuing women’s academic work. She has researched and published in the area of student engagement and power, and has taught in higher education for over eight years, for which she has won two teaching awards. Piper currently lectures in philosophy at Flinders University, where she has taught across multiple disciplines and subject areas, including philosophy, sociology, education, literacy and enabling programs, and has been a researcher on several large and cross-institutional projects. Piper is also Book Reviews Section Editor for Transnational Literature (Bath Spa University) and is on the editorial board for the Canadian Journal of Educational and Social Studies.


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