Author: Rodriguez, Alenies

Lewis Gordon: New Interview with Tavis Smiley and the Boston Review

Congratulations to Professor Lewis Gordon for his latest appearances on The Tavis Smiley Podcast and the Boston Review!

On Dr. Lewis Gordon’s latest interview with Tavis Smiley, they discuss how to live more ethically and courageously. Listen to the episode here: The Tavis Smiley Podcast with Dr. Lewis Gordon

Dr. Lewis Gordon also appears on the Boston Review, with Nathalie Etoke, to discuss the space for freedom opened up by Black existentialist thought. Read the article here: What Does It Mean to be Free?

Alexandra Stamson: Recent Conference Presentations

Congratulations to one of our graduate students, Alexandra Stamson, for her paper, “Moving Beyond-And-Within Binary Embodiment,” being accepted for presentation at the Hypatia’s Promise: Opening the Archives, Charting Feminist Futures conference.

Alex will also be presenting her paper, “Gender-Neutral or Gender-Forward? Considering Imaginative Engagement and Resistance in Gendered Fictional Narratives,” at the National Women’s Studies Association conference, as well as moderating two panels:

  1. Norms and Antinorms of Transnational Creative Resistance
  2. Creative Resistance in Mainstream Media: Norms and Antinorms in Fiction

Congratulations Alex!

Professor Emerita Margaret Gilbert: New Book, Podcast Interview and APA Pacific Division President

Congratulations to Professor Emerita Margaret Gilbert for her accomplishments as the 2023 – 2024 President of the APA Pacific Division, publishing her new book this year, and being interviewed on The Phi Beta Kappa Society podcast!

Check out Dr. Gilbert’s new book, Life in Groups: How We Think, Feel, and Act Together here!

How We Think, Feel, and Act Together

Listen to The Phi Beta Kappa Society’s podcast where Dr. Gilbert is featured with Michael Bratman as winners of the APA Lebowitz Prize in 2019.

Two Philosophers Ponder What It Means to Act Together