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The Society for Analytical Feminism is an official society of the American Philosophical Association, and was founded at the Central Division APA meetings in 1991. The Society for Analytical Feminism provides a forum where issues concerning analytical feminism may be openly discussed and examined. Its purpose is to promote the study of issues in Feminism by methods broadly construed as analytic, to examine the use of analytic methods as applied to Feminist issues and to provide a means by which those interested in Analytical Feminism may meet and exchange ideas. The Society meets yearly at the Central Division meetings of the APA, and frequently organizes sessions for the Eastern Division and Pacific Division meetings.   

The Society for Analytical Feminism seeks to:
  • promote the study and examination of issues in feminism by methods broadly construed as analytic, and to examine the use of analytical methods as applied to feminist issues;
  • provide a forum where issues concerning analytical feminism may be openly discussed and examined;
  • provide means by which those interested in analytical feminism may meet and exchange ideas;
  • support, promote, and encourage feminist scholars at all stages in their careers.

-SAF Constitution (revised 2009)

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