Robin Zheng, a lecturer in Political Philosophy at the University of Glasgow, has research interests ranging across ethics, moral psychology, feminist, social, and political philosophy. She focuses especially on issues of moral responsibility, structural injustice, and social change, with emphasis on issues of gender, race, and social inequality.
Join us for a practice placement job talk by Nicole Yokum.
Elena Gordon is currently an Extending New Narratives Postdoctoral Research Fellow at McGill University. She mainly works on the philosophy of David Hume, but her research for the Extending New Narratives project examines Catharine Macaulay’s (1731-1791) philosophy of education, with a particular focus on the role of non-human animals in human moral and epistemic development.
Allauren Forbes’s (McMaster) research lies at the intersection of feminist philosophy and early modern philosophy.
Get a taste of the latest undergraduate research in philosophy at the 2022 Undergraduate Philosophy Research Conference. Keynote speaker will be Dr. Helen Fielding, a professor of Philosophy and Women’s Studies and Feminist Research at Western University.
Get a taste of the latest undergraduate research in philosophy at the 2021 Undergraduate Philosophy Research Conference. Keynote speaker will be Dr. Talia Mae Bettcher, professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy at California State University, Los Angeles.
Andrea Novakovic is an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, who specializes in 19th- and 20th-century European philosophy, especially Hegel, with further interests in critical theory and feminist philosophy.
Robin Dembroff is an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy at Yale University, working primarily in feminist philosophy, metaphysics, and epistemology. In their research, they place a particular emphasis on relationships between social categories, concepts, and language.
Michaela Manson is a graduate student in philosophy at the University of Toronto. She has interests in philosophies of mind and lanaguage and feminist philosophy in the early modern period.
Professor Khader’s research focuses on moral and political issues relevant to women in the global South. Her work on adaptive preferences develops an approach to responding to choices made by oppressed and deprived people that perpetuate their own oppression and deprivation. She will deliver a talk titled “Transnational Feminisms and the Normativity Question”.
Professor Shapiro’s research interests include early modern philosophy, feminism and philosophy, and philosophy of mind (especially perception and emotions). She co-authored the volume Emotion and Cognitive Life in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy with our department’s Professor Martin Pickavé.
Mark UNESCO World Philosophy Day with a lecture by Miranda Fricker of CUNY’s Graduate Center. Professor Fricker’s research includes feminist philosophy, social epistemology, and moral philosophy.