Professor of Political Science, Philosophy, Education, and Communication
- Political Philosophy
- Philosophy of Education
Amy Gutmann's research addresses religious freedom, equal opportunity, race and affirmative action, education, democracy, multiculturalism, and ethics and public affairs. Her most recent book, “Identity in Democracy” (2003), analyzes the relationship between our constitutional democracy and those parts of our individual identities that are based on characteristics such as gender, race, religion, sexuality, and social ideology.