Katie Peters: Featured in Feminist Philosophy Quarterly

Congratulations to graduate student, Katie Peters, for her article, “Not My Fault: Far-Right Women and the Exculpatory Narratives of Misogyny and Infantilization” for being featured in a special issue of Feminist Philosophy Quarterly! The theme of this issue is “Revolutionizing Responsibility.”

Check out Katie’s article: “Not My Fault: Far-Right Women and the Exculpatory Narratives of Misogyny and Infantilization”

Hady Ba: Interview in the APA Series “Black Issues in Philosophy”

Congratulations to Associate Professor of Philosophy, Dr. Hady Ba, for his recent interview in the American Philosophical Association series Black Issues in Philosophy! Dr. Ba sat with UConn student, Rehana Konate, to discuss his insights into contemporary politics as a father and philosopher in Senegal.

 

Check out the interview: “If you become a monster, the fight is not worth it”: An interview with Dr. Ba

Hady Ba: Appointed Invited Professor at the École Normale Supérieure de la Rue d’Ulm – Paris

Congratulations to Dr. Hady Ba, who was formerly a Fulbright Scholar and is now a Research Associate Professor, for being recently appointed as “Invited Professor at the École Normale Supérieure de la Rue d’Ulm” (Paris)! Dr. Hady Ba’s new appointment is one of the two most prestigious appointments in the French academy! Dr. Hady Ba will be teaching his book on the Epistemology of the Global South, which he began writing during his Fulbright Fellowship at UConn.

Congratulations, Hady!

Ting-An Lin: Featured in the APA Studies on Asian and Asian American Philosophers and Philosophies

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Ting-An Lin for her article, “Analytic Philosophy in Taiwan: Impact Within and Beyond Academia,” being published in the Spring 2024 issue of the APA Studies on Asian and Asian American Philosophers and Philosophies, with the special issue theme, “O the Emergence of Analytic Philosophy in East Asia.”

Check out the issue here!