An American feminist, writer, artist, activist, and educator who played a leading role in the second wave of the women's liberation movement.
An Italian mathematician, philosopher, and humanitarian. The first woman to publish a mathematics book and the first in the Western world to receive a reputation in mathematics.
French feminist philosopher, linguist, psycholinguist, and psychoanalyst who examined the uses and misuses of language in relation to women.
A Polish-born German revolutionary socialist, anti-war activist, and Marxist philosopher.
An Iranian mathematician and the first woman to win the Fields Medal.
An Italian physician and educator best known for developing the Montessori system, a philosophy of education that believes children learn naturally.
A British writer, philosopher, and an early advocate of women's rights to educational and social equality. Considered one of the founding feminist philosophers.
An Italian scientist. The first woman in the world to earn a Doctor of Science and the second to earn a Doctor of Philosophy.
A feminist author and journalist. Best known for her book “The Beauty Myth.”
Scholar, author, poet, feminist theorist, and cultural critic.