A brief explanation. The verb "to expect" can be used either in the sense of "to predict" or "to require".
I expect you will arrive soon. (I predict that you will arrive soon - indicative. This could mean that the person has phoned because they are lost. You reassure them that they will soon arrive.)
I expect you to arrive soon. (I require you (place you under an obligation) to arrive soon)
The above senses can be found in any good dictionary. See for example Merriam-Webster - Compare meanings 1a and 1c.
To expect Daub to acknowledge critiques of tech thinking by women is
to expect that he include not the most feminist or woke critiques of
those philosophies, but the most trenchant ones.
In a comment you ask if "he would expect" could be substituted. I answered No. My reason is that the subjunctive requires him to include trenchant critiques. This inclusion is expected of him.
However, if you use "would", this anticipates that, if he were to acknowledge critiques of tech thinking, then he would (of his own free will) include trenchant critiques.
I hope this helps.