Michaele L. Ferguson is Associate Professor of Political Science and a President’s Teaching Scholar at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is the author of Sharing Democracy (Oxford University Press, 2012), co-editor with Lori J. Marso of W Stands for Women: How the George W. Bush Presidency Shaped a New Politics of Gender (Duke University Press, 2007), and co-editor with Andrew Valls of Iris Marion Young: Gender, Justice, and the Politics of Difference (Routledge, forthcoming in 2021). She has written numerous articles on feminist and democratic theory, including most recently “Dead Dogma and the Limits of Feminist Political Imagination: Thinking #Metoo as Consciousness-Raising," forthcoming in 2022 in Theory & Event. She is currently working on a book on feminist political theory, Bandita: Iris Young and the Politics of Writing, Reading, and Citation, and she is co-authoring a role-playing game on the Paris Commune with Mark Carnes. She is the Co-President of the Association for Political Theory and a Consulting Editor for Contemporary Political Theory.