Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy and Hypatia Reviews Online (HRO) use ScholarOne Manuscript Central for processing manuscripts, reviews, and correspondence. Authors who submit manuscripts, referees who review manuscripts, others who have been proposed as referees or as book reviewers, and editorial staff members have their names, email addresses, and sometimes their university affiliations and telephone numbers entered into Manuscript Central. The editorial staff at Hypatia and HRO, and the support staff at our publisher, Wiley, can access this information. Wiley’s privacy policy can be found here.

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