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Alison Wylie

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Alison Wylie (born 1954) is a Canadian philosopher of archaeology. She is a professor of philosophy at the University of British Columbia and holds a Canada Research Chair in Philosophy of the Social and Historical Sciences. Wylie specializes in philosophy of science, research ethics, and feminism in the social sciences, particularly archaeology and anthropology. Early life and education Wylie was born in 1954 in Swindon, England. She grew up in Canada and obtained her undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Sociology from Mount Allison University in 1976. She then studied at Binghamton University, where she obtained an MA degree in anthropology (1979), and a PhD in philosophy through the short-lived Program for History and Philosophy of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (1982). Her doctoral dissertation was titled Positivism and the New Archeology, supervised by Rom Harré. Academic career Wylie has held faculty appointments at University of Wester
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