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- (Ph.D. Harvard): Emma Goldman Professor of Philosophy, Affiliate Professor in
Jewish Studies, LGBT Studies, Womens Studies,
Affiliate Professor in Environmental Studies. Ethics (Kant, character, virtues &
vices, evil); social & political philosophy (justice; crime & punishment);
feminist philosophy; environmental philosophy; lesbian culture.
- Author of The Atrocity Paradigm: A Theory of Evil (Oxford, 2002), The Unnatural Lottery: Character and Moral Luck (Temple 1996), Lesbian
Choices (Columbia 1995), and more than 100 articles and reviews; editor of Feminist
Ethics (Kansas 1991), Adventures in Lesbian Philosophy (Indiana 1994),
The Cambridge Companion to Simone de Beauvoir (Cambridge, 2003), On
Feminist Ethics and Politics (Kansas 1999), and a special issue of Hypatia:
Journal of Feminist Philosophy (1992).
- Editor of book series Feminist Ethics (University Press of Kansas); Philosophy
Bk Review Editor for Journal of Homosexuality; member of editorial or review boards
for Social Theory and Practice, Hypatia, Ethics and the Environment,
bk series Feminist Ethics (Oxford
University Press), and Essays in Philosophy (biannual journal, online).
- Former chair of APA Committee on the Status of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered People
in the Profession, (1997-2001); Senior-Fellow at the Institute for Research
in the Humanities (2002-2007).
- Teaching: (Philosophy 241 "Introduction to Ethics"; Philosophy
341 "Contemporary Moral Issues"; Philosophy 439 "American
Philosophy"; Philosophy 441 "Environmental Ethics"
(cross-listed with Environmental Studies); Philosophy 442 "Moral
Philosophy and the Holocaust" (cross-listed with Jewish Studies);
Philosophy 543 (variable content: Kant's Ethics; Crime and Punishment;
Theories of Justice; Theories of Evil); Philosophy 556 "Topics in
Feminism and Philosophy"; graduate seminars in ethical theory, feminist
theory, and political philosophy.
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