Dr Herjeet Marway Department of PhilosophyLecturer Contact details Telephone+44 (0)121 414 6059Emailh.email@example.com I am a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy. My teaching and research relates to global issues in moral and political philosophy. Qualifications PhD, University of Birmingham Biography I joined the department as a lecturer in 2014, and was a teaching fellow here in 2013/14. Before that I worked as a consultant in industry. Teaching I teach the following courses: Prejudice, Race and Gender (3rd year undergraduate) Global Bioethics (3rd year undergraduate) Applied Ethics (1st year undergraduate) Global Ethics II (postgraduate) Postgraduate supervision I am happy to supervise on most areas of global ethics. I am especially interested in gender justice, bioethics, race justice, relational autonomy, and conflict. Research My research interests are mainly in global gender justice, global bioethics, and relational autonomy. Publications Edited books Women and Violence: The Agency of Victims and Perpetrators (edited with Widdows, H.), Palgrave, forthcoming (2015) Articles “Philosophical feminist bioethics: past, present and future” (Marway, H; Widdows, H.), Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, forthcoming (2015) “La gestation pour autrui commerciale: droit et éthique” (Commercial surrogacy: law and ethics), Travail, Genre et Sociétés, Nov. 2012, no. 28, pp. 173-181 “Scandalous subwomen and sublime superwomen: exploring portrayals of female suicide bombers’ agency”, Journal of Global Ethics, Dec. 2011, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 221-240 Book chapters “Female suicide bombers and autonomy” in Women and Violence: The Agency of Victims and Perpetrators in Widdows, H., Marway, H. (eds.) Palgrave, forthcoming (2015) “Introduction” in Women and Violence: The Agency of Victims and Perpetrators in Widdows, H., Marway, H. (eds.) Palgrave, forthcoming (2015) “Commodification of human tissue” (Marway, H.; Johnson, S-L.; Widdows, H.), in H.A.M.J. ten Have, B. Gordijn (eds.) (2014) Compendium and Atlas of Global Bioethics, pp. 581-598 Book reviews “Book review: Contemporary Feminist Theory and Activism: Six Global Issues (by W.L. Lee)”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, Nov. 2010, vol. 27, no. 4, pp. 427–429.