Professor of English and Women's Studies
I’ve benefitted intellectually very much from the work of the Prindle Institute, and from the “Ethics Initiative” before the Prindle was built. I greatly appreciate the work the Institute has done to stimulate serious faculty reflection, and also encourage collaboration and interdisciplinarity, all things that are important to me. Relevant experience includes organizing two faculty workshops on Feminist Ethics, one for DePauw faculty and another with a grant from the Mellon 23. I have also gotten in the habit of attending the annual conference of FEAST, which stands for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory. Probably some things I’ve written, such as the article on Beauvoir and war, and the work Kerry and I are doing about domestic labor migration, would fall into the category of “ethics” broadly defined.
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