Curriculum Vitae Kelly Oliver September 2015 Address



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Interviewed by Matt Kwong, CBC News, Kendall Jones big-game hunting furor: Is it sexist? Jul 06, 2014


Fear of “Black Widows” in Sochi, Brown University Journal, March 2014.

Women as Weapons of War, ABC Worldview International Internet News program, April 2010.

Animal Lessons, www.ROROTOKO.com interview, February 2010.

Animal Lessons, Page 99, website 2009.

Interview on The Dr. Howard Gluss Show, KFNX1100AM, Los Angeles, June, 2009.

Women as Weapons of War, Croatia, print interview, 2009, forthcoming.

Academic Freedom, Utah Public Television, September 2008.

Feminism, The Humanities at Work, ed. Yubraj Aryal, Sunlight, Kathmandu, Nepal, 2008, pp. 62-67.

Women as Weapons of War, Alternet, website, 2008.

Women as Weapons of War, Page 99, website, 2008.

Women as Weapons of War, YouTube video.

Women as Weapons of War, PodCast, Columbia University Press.

Women as Weapons of War, Columbia University Press website, Fall 2007.

Women as Weapons of War, Culture Shocks, Radio program, Fall 2007.

Women as Weapons of War, Orbis, Vanderbilt Student Newspaper, Fall 2007.

Women as Weapons of War, Norwegian Newspaper, Fall 2007.

Women as Weapons of War, Columbia University Press, podcast, Fall 2007.

Feminism and Philosophy, Australian Public Radio, Spring 1997.

Teaching Feminism, University of Texas, Radio, 1996.
Presentations at Professional Meetings
Earth: Love it or Leave it?

Keynote Lecture, Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy, Montreal, October, 2015.
Deconstruction and Psychoanalysis: A Love Story

Plenary Lecture, Kristeva Circle Conference, Memphis, September 2015.
Phenomenology of Earthbound Limits

Keynote Lecture, Critical Theory Roundtable, Prague, C.R., May 2015.
Service Dogs

Plenary Lecture. philoSOPHIA Conference, Atlanta, May 2015.
Kristeva’s Reformation

Seminar Organizer, American Comparative Literature Association, March 2015.


Bandages

Keynote Session. Derrida Today Conference, New York, May 2014.
Derrida’s Death Penalty Seminar, vol. 1

Seminar organizer, American Comparative Literature Association, March 2014.
Knock me up, Knock me down

Keynote Lecture, philoSOPHIA conference, Banff Canada, May 2013.
Response to Author Meets Critics: Animal Lessons

SPEP, Rochester New York, November 2012.
Kristeva’s Severed Head

The Kristeva Circle, Siena College, Albany NY, October 2012.


Collaborations: On New Reproductive Technologies

Invited Plenary, Conference of the Society for Analytical Feminism, Nashville, October 2012.
Kristeva’s Severed Heads: A Mother is Being Beheaded, A Father is Being Beaten

Keynote, Psychoanalysis and Trauma Conference, Boston, March 2012.
Ethics in Continental Philosophy

Invited Plenary, Society for Phenomenology and Existentialism (SPEP), Philadelphia, October 2012
The Scopic Machinery of Death: Derrida and Capital Punishment

Invited Plenary, Semiotics Society, Pittsburgh, October 2012


Kristeva’s Capital Visions

Invited Plenary, Psychoanalytic Society, Boston, March 2012.
Deconstruction and the Psychoanalytic Supplement

Modern Languages Association, Seattle, January 2012.
Author Meets Critics: Response to my Women as Weapons of War

American Philosophical Association, D.C., December 2011.
Response to Critics: Scholar’s Session on all of my work

Society for Phenomenology and Existentialism, Montreal, November 2010.
Animal Pedagogy

Keynote Speaker, International Association for Environmental Philosophy, 2010.
Knock me up, knock me down: Images of Pregnancy in Popular Culture and Film

PhiloSophia annual meeting, Keynote speaker, New York, March, 2010.


Knock me up, knock me down; Images of Pregnancy in Hollywood Film

American Philosophical Association, New York, December 2009.


Kristeva’s Maternal Passion

American Philosophical Association, New York, December 2009.


Women as Weapons of War: Author Meets Critics

Radical Philosophy Association, San Francisco, November 2008.
Women as Weapons of War

American Philosophical Association, Baltimore, December 2007.
Sexual Difference, Animal Difference: Derrida and Difference “worthy of its name”

American Philosophical Association, Baltimore, December 2007.
Strange Kinship”: Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty and the “Anthropological Machine”

Merleau-Ponty Circle, Memphis TN, September 2007.


Introduction to Recent French Feminist Films

French Feminism Circle, Monteagle TN., May 2007. (Also conference organizer)
Women as Weapons of War

Democracy and Violence conference, Halifax Canada, June 2007.


Response to Book Session on Colonization of Psychic Space

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Philadelphia, Oct. 2006.
Response to Scholar’s Session on My Work

International Association for Philosophy & Literature, Helsinki Findland, June 2005.


Women: The Secret Weapon of Modern Warfare?

Farwest Popular Culture Association, Las Vegas, 2005.


Forgiveness and Revolt

Modern Language Association, San Diego, December 2003.


Abjection, Melancholy and Affect in Frantz Fanon’s Black Skin, White Masks

International Association for Philosophy & Literature, Rotterdam Holland, 2002.


Beyond Recognition: Merleau-Ponty’s Ethics of Vision

Merleau-Ponty Circle Conference, Plenary Speaker, September 2000.


Racism and the Collapse of Narcissism:Reading Fanon with Kristeva

Modern Language Association, December 2000.


Is ‘Regular Revolution’ a Foucaultian Revolution: Revolution in the Novels of Julia Alvarez

Latin American Studies Association, March 2000.


Affirmative Action: Colorblindness as Hysterical Symptom

Modern Language Association, December 1999.


Lacan and the Gaze

Modern Language Association, December 1999.


The Look of Love

NY Society for Women in Philosophy, Spring 1999.


Beyond Recognition, Toward a Theory of Othered Subjectivity

Modern Language Association, San Francisco, December 1998.


The Morality of American Manhood

International Association of Philosophy and Literature, May 1998.


Responding to a Special Session on Womanizing Nietzsche

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Louisville, Oct. 1997.





Levinas on Paternity

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Georgetown, October 1996.


Cornell on Family Law

Spindel Conference, invited response, Memphis, September 1996.


The Mind-Body Problem

Kristeva Conference, Sydney Australia, July 1996, Keynote Speaker.


The Paradox of Love

Women in Philosophy Conference, Brisbane Australia, July 1996, Keynote Speaker.


Circumscribing the Alliance: Derrida's Maternal Operation

American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Meeting, Seattle, April 1996.


The Enigma of Sarah Kofman

American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, New York, December 1995.

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Chicago, October 1995.
Foucault, Biology, and the Maternal Body

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Seattle, September 1994.


Responding, Special Session on Reading Kristeva: Unraveling the Double-bind

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, invited response, October 1993.


The Ethics of Psychoanalysis

Keynote Speaker, Eastern Pennsylvania American Philosophical Association, May 1993.
Film and Ideology

International Association for Philosophy & Literature conf., Pittsburgh, May 1993.


Feminism's Identity Crisis

American Philosophical Association convention, Washington DC, December 1992.


The Plaint of Ariadne: Luce Irigaray's Marine Lover

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Boston, October 1992.


Traversing Love and Desire: Kristeva and Irigaray on Metaphor and Metonymy

International Association for Philosophy & Literature, Berkeley, April 1992.


Nietzsche's Nausea

Invited Paper, Nietzsche Society Conference, London, April 1992.


Nietzsche Between Virtue and Morality

American Philosophical Association convention, New York, December 1991.


Desiring Differences Between 'The French Feminists'

Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Memphis, October 1991.


Julia Kristeva's Outlaw Ethics

International Association for Philosophy & Literature, Montréal, May 1991.


Importing "The French Feminists"

Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, April 1991.


The Surrealists Meet the Cat-Woman: The Genius of Remedios Varo

Duquesne History Forum, October 1990.


Tracing Language Through the Maternal Body: Rereading Kristeva

Society for Phenomenology & Existential Philosophy, Villanova Univ., October 1990.


Fractal Politics: How to Use the Subject

American Philosophical Association Convention, New Orleans, April 1990.


Setting Up the Oedipal Structure Within the Maternal Body: Rereading Kristeva

International Association for Philosophy & Literature Conference, Irvine, 1990.


A Date With the Future: The Reality Principle and Popular Culture

Popular Culture Association Conference, Toronto, March 1990.


Marxism and Surrogacy

American Philosophical Association Convention, Oakland, March 1989.


Industrial Music: A Post-Industrial Movement

Popular Culture Association Convention, St. Louis, April 1989.


A Commentary on Foucault's Subject

American Philosophical Association Convention, Washington D.C., December 1988.


Feminist Pedagogy: Toward Thought-ful Dialogue in the Classroom

Society for Women In Philosophy Convention, Carleton College, October 1988.


Revolutionary Horror: Nietzsche and Kristeva on Poetry,

Society for Phenomenology & Existential Philosophy, Northwestern, October 1988.


The Evolution of 'Woman' ,

Society for Women In Philosophy Convention, Radcliffe College, 1988.


Unraveling the Double-Bind: Julia Kristeva's Theory of the Subject,

Society for Women In Philosophy Convention, University of Ohio, 1987.


Invited Lectures
Rape as Spectator Sport and Creepshot Entertainment

McGill University, Montreal Canada, October, 2015.
Service Dogs

McGill University, Montreal Canada, October, 2015.


Earth: Love it or Leave it?

Mont Royal University, Calgary Alberta, Canada, October 2015.
Phenomenology of Earthbound Limits

Institute for Phenomenology, University of Vienna, Austria, May 2015.


Service Dogs

Humanities Department, Central European University, Budapest Hungary, May 2015.
Earth: Love it or Leave it?

EcoDeconstruction Conference, Vanderbilt University, March 2015.


An Alternative Ethics of Dependence on Animals

The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, March 2014.
Julia Kristeva’s Severed Heads and the Sublimation of Violence

The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, March 2014.


Reactions to Photographs of Earth from Space

Saturday University, Vanderbilt University, October 2013.


Hunting Girls

University of Colorado, Boulder, October 2013.
Hollywood’s Fertile Imagination

University of Colorado, Boulder, October 2013.
Women as Weapons of War?

University of Colorado, Boulder, October 2013.
Twilight Family Values

University of Alberta, September 2012.
Hunting-Hunted Girls

Women and Food Workshop, Banff Canada, September 2012.


Mother-Machine

CUNY Graduate Center, October 2012.


Women as Weapons of War?

Film Studies, The University of Cape Town, South Africa, June 2012.


Deconstructive Ethics

Goldsmith’s University, London, June 2012.
Derrida’s Animals

Goldsmith’s University, London, June 2012.


How many elephants does it to screw in a light bulb?: Animals and the Death Penalty

Gonzaga University, Spokane, April 2012.


Women as Weapons of War?

Gonzaga University, Spokane, April 2012.


How many elephants does it to screw in a light bulb?: Animals and the Death Penalty

Harvard University, Cambridge, March 2012.


The Psychoanalytic Supplement: Derrida and the Death Penalty

Harvard University, Cambridge, March 2012.


Ambivalence Towards Animals and The Moral Community

Frist Museum of Art, Gallery Talk, March 2012.


Images of Pregnancy in Hollywood Film

University of Arizona, Tucson, February 2012.


The Medicalization of Pregnancy

University of Arizona, Tucson, February, 2012.


Knock me up, Knock me down: Images of Pregnancy in Hollywood Film

Utah Valley State University, Salt Lake City, February 2012.
Twilight Family Values

Utah Valley State University, Salt Lake City, February 2012.


See Topsy “Ride the Lightning”: Derrida, Animals, and the Death Penalty

University of Alberta, Edmonton Canada, January 2012.
What’s the Worst that Can Happen”: Hollywood’s Techno-Pregnancies Versus Real Pregnancies

CUNY graduate school, New York, October 2011.
See Topsy “Ride the Lightning”: The Scopic Machinery of Death

Spindel Conference, Memphis, September 2011.


Chancellor’s Distinguished Scholar Lectures: Continental Philosophy and Animals

University of California, Berkeley, April 2010.


Animal Pedagogy

Penn State University, March 2010.


Images of Pregnancy in Hollywood Film

Penn State University, March 2010.


Images of Pregnancy in Hollywood Film

Stony Brook University, Women’s Studies, February 2010.


Animal Pedagogy

Stony Brook University, Philosophy Department, February, 2010.


Keynote Panel: Hypatia at 25 years

Hypatia Conference, University of Washington, October 2009.
Designer Babies: new eugenics and evolution

Spindel Conference, University of Memphis, September, 2009.


Knock me up, Knock me down: Images of Pregnancy in Hollywood Film

Cunningham Women’s Center at Vanderbilt, Endowed Lecture, April 2009.


Women as Weapons of War

Southern Festival of Books, October 2008.


Women as Weapons of War: Author Meets Critics

Global Feminisms Alliance, Vanderbilt University, October 2008.
On Grief and Gratitude

Utah Valley University, September 2008.
Strange Kinship: On Animals and Environmentalism

Miami University of Ohio, April 2008


Women as Weapons of War (see YouTube video)

Nashville Public Library, February 2008.
Sexual Difference, Animal Difference: Derrida and Difference “worthy of its name”

Duquesne University, October 2007.
Cultures of Death

Keynote speaker, University of Puerto Rico, November 2006.
Meaning Against Death: Kristeva and Abu Ghraib

DePaul University, April 2005.


In Honor of Julia Kristeva

Holberg Prize Ceremony, Bergen Norway, December 2004.


The Paradox of Love

The Vancouver Institute, Endowed Lecture, Vancouver BC, September 2004.


The Affects of Oppression

Green College, Endowed Lecture Series, University of British Columbia, September 2004.


Witnessing and Testimony

Pennsylvania State University, Lippin Endowed Lecture, State College, October 2003.


Forgiveness and Subjectivity

The New School for Social Research, Hannah Arendt Conference, October 2003.


Forgiveness, Subjectivity and Community

Spindel Conference, Keynote Speaker, University of Memphis, September 2003.


Forgiveness and Subjectivity: Hegel, Derrida, Kristeva

Pennsylvania University March 2003.


Ecological Subjectivity, Lecture Course on Body, Art, Earth

Phenomenology Collegium, Italy, July 2001


Social Melancholy and Psychic Space: How Depression is a Symptom of Oppression

Women’s Studies, Emory University, March 2001.


Merleau-Ponty’s Ethics of Vision: Towards an Ecological Subjectivity

Emory University, November, 2000.


Sleeping Beauty and Her Doubles: Fritz Lang’s Uncanny “The Secret Beyond the Door”

Florida Atlantic University, November 2000.


The Colonization of Psychic Space

Keynote Lecture, Rethinking Gender Conference, University of Bergen, Norway, Oct. 2000.
Psychic Space and Social Melancholy

Invited Lecture, University of Oslo, Norway, October 2000.


The Pathology of Recognition: Fanon’s Black Skin, White Masks

Invited Lecture, Humanities Institute, Harvard University, February, 2000.


Blind-Spots in the Color-Blind Society

Invited Lecture, Public Intellectuals Program, Florida Atlantic University, October, 1999.


Beyond Recognition, Towards a Theory of Othered Subjectivity

Invited Lecture, The University of Washington, November 1998.



Blind-Spots in the Color-Blind Society

Invited Lecture, Seattle University, November 1998.


Visions of Identity and Abjection

Invited Lecture, Villanova University and Swarthmore College, April 1998.


Beyond Recognition: Witnessing Ethics

Invited Lecture, Purdue University and Notre Dame University, March 1998.


Fatherhood and the Promise of Ethics

Invited Lecture, Vanderbilt University, March 1997.


Masculinity

Invited Lecture, BOLD conference, Canberra Australia, July 1996.


Genealogy of the Placenta, diagnosing the biology of reproduction

Invited Lecture, Australian National University, July 1996.


Beyond Hegelian Ethics

Invited Paper, Villanova University, April 1996.


Save the Mother

Invited Paper, Middle Tennessee State University, April 1994.


Towards a Maternal Ethics

Invited Paper, University of Houston, February 1994.


Feminism's Identity Crisis

Invited Paper, University of Scranton, May 1993.


Conceiving a Feminist Ethics through Psychoanalysis

Invited Paper, Memphis State University, April 1993.





Julia Kristeva's Madonna: Why the Mother is not a Woman

Invited Lecture, Modernism Institute, University of Texas, Austin, February 1993.


Traversing Love and Desire: Kristeva and Irigaray on Metaphor and Metonymy

Invited Paper, University of London, Queen Mary College, April, 1993.


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