Ophelia Vedder

001 Fisher Hall

Ophelia Vedder is a fourth-year doctoral candidate in the Politics department. She specializes in political theory, with interests in feminist theory and liberalism. Her dissertation is on gender abolition and explores whether a future without gender offers an appealing vision of gender justice. Her additional research projects include an investigation into the compatibility between political liberalism and certain feminist aims and a new approach to thinking normatively about our current crisis in care. Before coming to Princeton she spent a year in Madrid, Spain on a Fulbright scholarship; before that, she received her B.A. from Reed College.