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Dr. Andrea Pitts interviewed

   May 18, 2022

Dr. Andrea Pitts was recently interviewed by Shelley Tremain in the long-running series "Dialogues on Disability." Check it out here.

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Dr. Robin James interviewed by WUNC's Anita Rao for an Instagram Live coffee chat

   February 3, 2022

You can watch the conversation here.

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Dr. Elisabeth Paquette featured on the Below the Radar podcast

   January 30, 2022

Faculty member Elisabeth Paquette was recently interviewed by Alyha Bardi on the Below the Radar podcast about some of her transformative moments as a continental philosopher, her experience joining the Black Lives Matter Charlotte Protests in 2016, and her recent book Universal Emancipation: Race Beyond Badiou. You can...

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Dr. Mark Sanders Featured on The Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy's "Hip-Hop Can Save America!" Podcast

   April 22, 2021

Dr. Mark Sanders was interviewed by Manny Faces on the Center for Hip-Hop Advocacy's podcast, "Hip-Hop Can Save America!" The interview covers Dr. Sanders' academic work at the intersection of Hip-Hop and philosophy.


The episode, and more information about the podcast series, is available here: ...

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Dr. Robin James Featured on The Clark Institute for Art's "In the Foreground" Podcast

   April 6, 2021

Dr. Robin James was recently interviewed by Caitlin Woolsey of The Clark Institute for Art's podcast, "In the Foreground, Conversations on Art and Writing." The interview covers Dr. James' work in general, and her most recent book, The Sonic Episteme: Acoustic Resonance, Neoliberalism, and Biopolitics (Duke University Press, 2019), in particular...

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Camilla Cannon Publishes MA Research Paper in Top Journal

   March 25, 2021

Many congratulations to Camilla Cannon, a 2019 graduate from our Ethics and Applied Philosophy M.A. Program, for their recent publication of "Non-binary Gender Identity and Algorithmic-psychometric Marketing Legibility" in the top media and communication studies journal, Feminist Media Studies. Camilla wrote the original version of this...

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Faculty Books Featured

   January 10, 2021

Philosophy faculty members Elisabeth Paquette and Trevor Pearce had their books featured on the New Books Network podcast in Fall 2020. Paquette was interviewed about her book Universal Emancipation: Race Beyond Badiou on October 20;...

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Rasmussen PI of New NSF Grant to Promote Ethical Authorship Practices

   August 21, 2020

A $580,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant recently has been awarded to Dr. Lisa Rasmussen to research whether institutional policies and infrastructure can promote ethical practices regarding authorship and improve perceptions of research culture and climate across different STEM disciplines. Positive perceptions of culture and climate are correlated with a lower...

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Rasmussen Awarded Third NSF Grant on DIY Science

   June 26, 2020

Dr. Lisa Rasmussen recently was awarded her third National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, to fund a project on "Assessing Ethical Challenges in Conducting Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Science During the COVID-19 Pandemic." For this project, the research team will investigate ethical issues in unregulated research performed outside of traditional laboratory settings, with the aim of identifying...

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Gordon Hull Receives NSF Grant

   September 13, 2019

Dr. Gordon Hull is co-PI on a recently awarded NSF grant related to public policy and technology. Much of the public policy U.S. citizens encounter every day regarding their health, welfare, education, jobs, and security are state and local level policies, with little coordination of or sharing of information on their societal impacts. Dr. Hull is providing the ethics component of a $1,...

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