Office Hours Spring 2013LB 246; T/TH, 2:00-4:00 & 6:00-7:00 pm or by appt.
My Undergraduate degree is from Southern Connecticut State University with a double major in Philosophy and Art History. I did additional work in Philosophy at Yale University, and in Art History in Austria, Bavaria, and Italy. My Ph.D. is from Temple University. I completed it in 1988, with a Dissertation entitled "Friedrich Nietzsche."
My areas of interest in Philosophy are Continental Philosophy, Aesthetics, Philosophy of Film, Social Ethics, Feminism, and African and African-American Philosophy. I am a member of the American Philosophical Association, the Radical Philosophical Association, the North American Nietzsche Society, SAPINA, the Society for Women in Philosophy, the Society for the Study of Women Philosophers, the Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts, the African Scholars Association, and the American and International Society for Value Inquiry. My favorite Philosopher is Friedrich Nietzsche.
Courses usually taught:
PHI 110E - Introduction to Philosophy: Feminist Perspectives, PHI 220I - Philosophy of Art, PHI 221 - Philosophy of Film, PHI 225 - Philosophical Psychology, and PHI 312I - Women Philosophers from Africa and the Diaspora