Elvira Basevich is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of California, Davis. She works in social and political philosophy, modern European philosophy, and Africana philosophy. She also researches feminist philosophy and philosophy of race. She is the author of “W.E.B. Du Bois: The Lost and the Found,” published in 2020 with Polity Press, as well as essays that have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Kantian Review, Journal of Moral Philosophy, Critical Philosophy of Race, Journal of Political Philosophy, Social Theory & Practice, Philosophical Topics, and The Philosophical Forum. At Princeton, she will be writing her next book, “A Duboisian Theory of Justice: On Political Constructivism, Democratic Development, and Revolution,” which examines Du Bois's critique of 19th- and 20th-century American democracy to explain how an imperfect democracy can yield justice.
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