This paper studies the development of some of the key schools of feminist thought, exploring the history of the definition of Woman. Ken Wilber’s framework of Integral Feminism is then used to move toward the processual creation of a more adequately holistic understanding of women and subjectivity.
About the Author
Sarah Nicholson (born 1973) is an author and scholar. Her interests include exploring human evolution and spirituality from the perspective of integral feminism. She teaches in the fields of religion and gender studies, literature and academic writing practice at the University of Western Sydney and Notre Dame University, Sydney. She has been an honorary postdoctoral research associate of Sydney University's Department of Studies in Religion, and was an awardee of the Ian Potter Cultural Trust Fellowship for Literature.