About the event

In both liberal and radical egalitarian traditions, love and care have, for the most part, been treated as private matters and not subjects of sufficient political importance to be mainstreamed in theoretical or empirical investigations. The analysis of inequality in sociological, economic, legal and political thought has focused on the public sphere, and has been indifferent to the fact that none of these can function without the care institutions of society. Join Kathleen Lynch as she explores how inequalities operate in the affective domains of love, care, and solidarity.