Curriculum Vitae Kelly Oliver September 2015 Address



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Honors and Awards

Vanderbilt International Grant, Women and Food Workshop, 2012 ($13,500)

Margaret Cunningham Mentor Award, Vanderbilt University, 2012 (also nominated 2009, 2010, 2011).

The Center for Ethics, Vanderbilt University, course development grants ($4000 & $13,000)

Nominated for Romanell-Phe Beta Kappa Professorship, 2007 & 2009.

Nominated for APA Distinguished Woman Philosopher, 2007 & 2008.

Center for Religion and Culture, Development Grant, Vanderbilt University, 2004, ($3000).

Fulbright Foundation Fellowship, Norway, Spring 2005 (declined).

SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship, Spring 2002.

Teacher-Fellow Grant, Teaching Award, Stony Brook University, 1999-2001, ($10,000).

Florida Atlantic University Research Fellowship, Fall 2000, ($15,000).

Women's Studies Teaching Award, University of Texas, Fall 1997.

Teaching Award, Philosophy Department, University of Texas, Spring 1997.

Faculty Research Award, University of Texas, Fall 1996, ($22,500).

Faculty Fellow, Australian National University, July 1996, ($8000).

Teaching Award, Philosophy Department, University of Texas, Fall 1994.

University Research Institute Faculty Summer Grant, University of Texas, 1995, ($8000).

National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Grant nominee, University of Texas, 1994.

American Council of Learned Societies, Faculty Fellow Summer Grant, 1994, ($5000).

American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant, 1994, $500.

Fulbright Fellowship Award, alternate, 1992.

Small Research Grants, University of Texas, 1992, ($1000).

Faculty Summer Research Grant, University of Texas, 1992, ($8000).

Special Research Grants, University of Texas, October 1991,($1000).

Dilthey Faculty Fellowship for Unraveling the Double-bind, Summer 1991, ($5000).

First Prize, Merrill Hintikka Essay Competition, for "Marxism and Surrogacy," 1989, ($250).

Small Research Grant, Miami University, 1989, ($500).

Summer Research Grant, for Unraveling the Double-bind, Miami University, 1989, ($3000).

Fellowship, The School of Literary Criticism and Theory, 1982, ($5000).

Fellowship, Northwestern University, 1979-80, ($6000).

B.A. with Honors, Gonzaga University, 1979.

Albert Mann Debate Award, Gonzaga University, 1979.


Membership, Professional Organizations

International Association for Environmental Philosophy (IAEP), American Philosophical Association (APA), philoSOPHIA: society for continental feminism, Society for Women in Philosophy (SWIP), North American Nietzsche Society (NANS), Society for Phenomenology & Existentialism (SPEP), International Association for Philosophy & Literature (IAPL), Popular Culture Association (PCA), Modern Language Association (MLA), Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS).


Professional Service

Executive Director, philoSOPHIA: a continental feminist society, 2014-present.

The Kristeva Circle, Local Host and Conference Organizer, March 2014.

The Kristeva Circle, Executive Committee and Founding Member, 2011-present.

Women and Food Workshop: Principle Investigator, September 2012.

Conference Organizer, PhiloSophia: A Continental Feminist Society, May 2011.

American Philosophical Association Nominating Committee (Elected Position), 2009-2012.

Eastern APA Program Advisory Committee, 2008-present.

Co-Founder, French Feminism Circle, and meeting organizer, 2006-2007.

Executive Committee and Founding Member, PhiloSophia, a continental feminist society, 2006-present.

Co-Director, Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), 2002-2005.

Eastern APA, Lesbian, Gay, Bi, & Transgender committee, Elected Position, 1999-2004.

Central Division APA Lesbian, Gay, Bi & Trangender, Committee Program Organizer, 2000 & 2001.

Eastern Division APA Lesbian, Gay, Bi & Trangender, Committee Program Organizer, 2000 - 2002.

SPEP Executive Committee, SPEP, 1999-2002.

SPEP Advocacy Committee to the American Philosophical Association, 2001-2002.

Solicited to Review Tenure and Promotion cases, including, among others:

Miami University 2012, CUNY 2012, Texas A&M 2012, Boston College 2012, Fordham University 2010, American University 2006; University of Missouri 2007; Penn State University, 2004; Dean of Eugene Lang College, New School University, 2003; Africana Studies, Brown University, 2003; Philosophy, Memphis University, 2003 & 2007; Philosophy, Emory University, 1997. Dean of Liberal Arts, New York University, 1995. Philosophy, University of Toronto, 1994. University of Louisiana, 2003; Religious Studies, Barnard College, Columbia University, 2002; English, Notre Dame University, 2001; English, Rice University, 2001; Philosophy, Loyola University, 2001; Philosophy, Notre Dame University, 2001; Philosophy, Northwestern University, 2001; Philosophy, Sydney University, Australia, 2000; Philosophy, Miami University of Ohio, 2000.

Editorial Advisory Board, various journals and series, including, among others:

philoSOPHIA: A journal of continental feminist philosophy, 2012-present.

Philosophy and Rhetoric, 2010-present.

Penn State Press Series in Continental Philosophy, 1997-present.

Studies in Practical Philosophy, 1997-2002.

New Nietzsche Studies, 1996-present.

Hypatia: journal of feminist philosophy, 1999-present.

Grant & Fellowship Reviewer: NEH, 1994-present; ACLS, 1994-present.

Society for Phenomenology & Existential Philosophy, Status of Women Committee, 1994-1997.

North American Nietzsche Society, Program Committee, 1994-7.

Director, Popular Culture Conference, Philosophy Section, 1991-1994.

Manuscript Reviewer: Cornell U press, Cambridge U Press, Indiana U. Press, Northwestern University Press, Fordham University Press, Oxford University Press, U. Minnesota Press, SUNY Press, Routledge, Columbia U. Press, Penn State Press, University of Pennsylvania Press, Stanford University Press, Rowman & Littlefield, among others

Referee: Journal of Philosophy and Linguistics; Signs, Hypatia, Journal of Philosophical Research; International Studies in Philosophy; Social Theory and Practice; Philosophy Today, among others.

Society for Women in Philosophy Program Committee, Central APA meeting, 1988-89.


University Service (1994- present only)

Director of Graduate Studies, 2014-2015.

Junior Faculty Mentor, 2013-2015.

Saturday University Lecture, October 2013.

Chair, Search Committee, Critical Theory and Hegel, 2012-2013

Program for African American and Diaspora Studies, Evaluations Committee, 2004-present.

Robert Penn Warren Center, Executive Committee, 2011-2012.

Graduate Admissions and Recruitment Committee, 2011.

Organized and sponsored dissertation workshop for women graduate students, 2009 & 2010 & 2012.

Co-Director, Graduate Admissions & Recruitment, Philosophy, Vanderbilt University, 2004-09, 2012-13.

Search Committee member, W. Alton Jones Chair, Philosophy, 2008-2009.

Faculty Review Committee, African American and Diaspora Studies, Vanderbilt University, 2007-present.

Junior Faculty Review Committee Communication Department, Vanderbilt, 2007.

University Faculty Life Committee, Vanderbilt University, 2007-present.

Faculty Advisor to graduate students: Sarah Hansen, Erin Tarver, Lara Giordini, Melinda Hall.

Organized Angela Davis Visiting Distinguished Professorship, Spring 2008.

Elected to Faculty Senate, Vanderbilt University, 2007-present.

Chair, Search Committee, Philosophy Department, Vanderbilt 2006-2007.

Graduate Education Committee, Vanderbilt University, 2005-2006.

Film Studies Steering Committee, Vanderbilt University, 2005-2006.

Film Studies Affiliated Faculty, 2004-present.

College of Arts and Science, Mentoring Program, Vanderbilt University, 2004-2007.

College of Arts and Science, Mentoring Brown Bag Series, Vanderbilt University, Fall 2005.

Women’s Studies Affiliated Faculty, Vanderbilt University, 2004-present.

Women’s Studies Search Committee, Stony Brook University, Spring 2001 & Spring 2002.

Women’s Studies Executive Committee, Stony Brook University, 1998-2004.

Conference Organizer, Global Feminisms, Stony Brook University, Spring 2002.

Provost’s Strategic Planning Advisory Committee, 2002.

Humanities Institute Stony Brook, Search Committee for Associate Director, 2001-2002.

Philosophy Department Search Committee, 2000-2001.

Chair, Philosophy Department, SUNY Stony Brook, 2000-2003.

Graduate Council, SUNY Stony Brook, 1999-2000.

Faculty Rights, Responsibilities and Retirements Committee, SUNY Stony Brook, 1999-2000.

Philosophy Department Lecture Series Coordinator, SUNY Stony Brook 1998-2001.

Philosophy Department, Teaching Committee, Chair, University of Texas, 1997-1998.

Women's Studies Curriculum Committee, Chair, University of Texas, 1997-1998.

"Women Challenging the Arts" speakers series executive committee, WMS, UT, 1997.

University Graduate Assembly, University of Texas, 1996-1998.

Philosophy Department, Internal Affairs Committee, 1995-1996.

Women's Studies Advisor for Philosophy, University of Texas, 1995-1998.

Participant, Women's Studies Faculty Fair, University of Texas, Spring 1995.

Women's Studies Committee, Women and Reproductive Technology lecture series, Spring 1995.

Women's Studies Steering Committee, University of Texas, 1992-1995.

Inaugurated & Organized Graduate Conference on Gender Studies, Univ. of Texas, 1994 - 1996.

Women's Studies Weekly Colloquium co-coordinator, University of Texas, 1992-1994.

Women’s Studies Student Adviser, 1993-1996.

Philosophy Department Placement Officer, University of Texas, APA meeting December 1993.

Philosophy Department Colloquia Committee, University of Texas, 1993-1994.

Philosophy Department Placement Committee, University of Texas, 1993-1995.

Comparative Literature Graduate Faculty, University of Texas, 1993-1998.

Comparative Literature, Continuing Fellowships Committee, UT Spring 1994.
Graduate Ph.D. Committees Vanderbilt

Alexandra Alexskeya, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.



Dissertation Director.

Darla Migan, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.



Dissertation. Co-Director.

Terry Boyd, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.



Dissertation. Co-Director, defended Spring 2014.

Amy McKiernan, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. reader.

Megan Minarich, English & Film Studies, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D reader. Defended Spring 2014.

Caroline, Hovanec, English, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. reader, Defended 2012.

Geoffrey Adelsberg, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. reader.

C.J. Sentell, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. reader.

Juliana Lewis, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, defended Spring 2015.

Rebecca Tuvel, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D Dissertation Director, Defended June 2014. Job: Tenure-Track, Rhodes College.

Chris Wells, Philosophy, Vanderbilt

Ph.D Dissertation Director, defended, Spring 2015.

Adam Burgos

Ph.D Dissertation Director, defended, Spring 2015. Job: Lectureship at Vanderbilt.

Jessica Polish, Defended June 2014. Job: Mellon Postdoc.

Ph.D Dissertation Director

Melinda Hall, Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. Dissertation Director. Defended 2012. Job: Stetson College, FL. Tenure-Track.

Natalie Cisneros, Philosophy Vanderbilt,

Ph.D. Reader. Defended 2011. Job: Tenure Track: Allegheny University.

Sarah Tyson, Philosophy, Vanderbilt,

Ph.D. Dissertation Director. Defended 2011. Job: Tenure Track: University of Denver

Alison Suen. Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, Defended. Job:Tenure-Track, Iona College, New York.

Sarah Hansen, Philosophy Vanderbilt, defended June 2010. Job:.Drexel University

Ph.D. Dissertation Director.

Erin Tarver, Philosophy Vanderbilt, Job: Oxford College, Emory University.

Ph.D. Dissertation Director. Defended 2010.

Carolyn Cusick. Philosophy, Vanderbilt.

Ph.D. reader, defended.

Stephen Faason, Existentialism and Film Noir, Philosophy, Vanderbilt,

Ph.D. Dissertation Reader, defended Spring 2006.

Graduate Ph.D. Committees Elsewhere

Chris LaBaraba, Philosophy, Stony Brook

External reader, defended 2008.

Linde Zingaro, Education, University of British Columbia,

external Dissertation reader, Defended 2007.

Lysane Fauvel, Philosophy, Stony Brook University.

Ph.D. reader, defended 2009.

Shannon Lundeen, Gay Rights Discourse and Legal Theory, Philosophy, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, present. Job: University of Pennsylvania.

Sherri Nass, Autonomy and Recognition, Philosophy, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended Summer 2003.

Doris Rita Alfonso, Imagining Sex in Space, Philosophy, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, defended June 2002. Job:Berkeley, Women’s Studies.

Senem Saner, System and Critique, Philosophy Stony Brook University

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended 2008. Job: Calif State University.

Shannon Hoff, Constructing Individuality and Political Negotiation, Philosophy, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, present. Job: Christian Graduate College, CA.

Steve Edwin, Queer Witnessing, Comparative Literature, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. Dissertation Co-Director, defended August 2004. Job: New Jersey College.

James Keller, Border Subjectivity, English, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. dissertation, reader, defended July 2001.

Elena Machado, Migrant Subjectivity, English, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. dissertation, reader, defended Spring 2003. Job: Florida Atlantic University.

Christine Dews, Fluid Confines, Sociology, La Trobe University, Australia,

Ph.D. dissertation external examiner, 2000.

Adrian Johnston, Time Driven, Philosophy, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. dissertation reader, defended Oct. 2000. Job: University of New Mexico

Lanei Rodemeyer, Husserl's Theory of Intersubjectivity, Philosophy, SUNY Stony Brook,

Ph.D. dissertation reader, defended Dec. 2000. Job: Duquesne University.

Jennifer Hansen, Melancholia, Philosophy, Stony Brook,

Ph.D. dissertation reader, defended May 1999. Job: Gettsburg College 1999.

Katherine Crosby, Abjection, Philosophy, University of Texas

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, defended April 2004. Job: Slippery Rock, PA.

Drema Albin, Bodily Boundaries, Educational Psychology, Univ of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation Co-Director, defended July 2001.

Christina Hendricks, Philosophy, The Role of the Intellectual, University of Texas,

M.A., Thesis Director, defended 1996; Dissertation Director, defended June 2000. job: UBC.

David Sherman, Philosophy, Sartre and Subjectivity, Univ. of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation, reader, defended December 1999. job: University of Montana.

Pierre Lamarche, Philosophy, An Ontology of Boredom, Univ. of Texas, Ph.D.

Ph.D Dissertation reader, defended December 1999. job: Utah State University.

Rachel Wright, Mimi Smith, Art History, University of Texas,

MA. reader, defended 1996.

Johanna Vondeling, Modernism and Liars, English, University of Texas.

Ph.D. dissertation reader, defended 1997.

Valerie Lougier, Kristeva Across Borders, Germanic Languages, University of Texas,

Ph.D. dissertation reader, defended 1996.

Valerie Portcello, Kristeva and Intertexuality, French, University of Texas,

Ph.D. dissertation reader, defended 1996.

Charlotte Burowitz, Kristeva, Torah, and Feminist Pedagogy, English, University of Houston,

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended 1995.

Byrt Wammack, Economics, Bodies and Cities and Space, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended 1997.

Jung-tsung Yang, Sociology, Kristeva: the Return of the Repressed, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended 1997.

Noëlle McAfee, Citizenship and Subjectivity, Philosophy, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, defended March 1998. Job: U. Mass Lowell 1999.

Lisa Walsh, French, Figures of Maternity, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation Director, defended June 1998. Job: Northampton, England.

Carolyn Bottler, Rereading Platonic Eros, Philosophy, University of Texas,

M.A. Thesis Director, defended 1996.

Steve Krebbs, Philosophy, Nietzsche's Hymn to Life, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended December 1998.

Mary Beth Mader, Philosophy, Luce Irigaray, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation Co-Director, defended May 1998. Job: University of Memphis 1999.

Renan Rapalo, Philosophy, Reason and Emancipation, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended May 1998.

Nick More, Philosophy, Ecce Homo, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended Spring 1995.

Michelle Walker, Feminist Studies, Philosophy and Silence: Reading the Maternal Body,

University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Ph.D. Dissertation reader, defended Spring 1995.

Eulned Summer-Bremmer, Feminist Studies, Irigaray and the Divine, University of Canterbury,

New Zealand, Ph.D. Dissertation, reader, defended Fall 1994.

Steven Best, Philosophy,Postmodernity and Politics, University of Texas,

Ph.D. Dissertation, reader, defended Spring 1994. Job: U Texas El Paso.

Anne Smith, Feminist Studies, Kristeva's Revolutionary Subject, University of Canterbury,

New Zealand, Ph.D. Dissertation, reader, defended Fall 1994.
Courses Taught (1991 to present only)

Vanderbilt University—Spring 2004 – present

PHL 350 Contemporary French Philosophy: “The Refugee,” Graduate Seminar

PHL 352 Feminism, Psychoanalysis and Film Theory, Graduate Seminar

PHL 350 Derrida’s Death Penalty Seminars, vol.1, Graduate Seminar

WGS 272 Feminism and Film

PHIL 350 Earth and World, Graduate Seminar

PHIL 242 Philosophy and Film

PHIL 350 Animals & Continental Philosophy, Graduate Seminar

WGS 301 Feminist Film Theory, Graduate Seminar

PHIL 350 Psychoanalysis and Language: Freud, Lacan, & Kristeva Graduate Seminar

PHIL 350 Contemporary French Philosophy: Merleau-Ponty & Derrida, Graduate Seminar

PHIL 301 Kristeva, Graduate Seminar

PHIL 115 Freshman Seminar: Limits of the Human in Philosophy and Film

PHL 115 Freshman Seminar: Animals and Ethics

WGS 272 Feminism and Film: Representations of Women in Hollywood from Noir to Horror

WGS 272 Feminism and Film: Romantic Comedies & Representations of Pregnancy

WGS 301 Feminist Theory: Reconciling Psychoanalysis & Discourse Analysis, Graduate Seminar

Stony Brook University--Fall 1998-2004

WST /PHI 639 Kristeva, Graduate Seminar

WST 390 Race and Gender in Hollywood Film

WST/PHI 632 Feminist Ethics, Graduate Seminar

WST/PHI 639 French Feminist Theory Graduate Seminar

PHI/WST 384 Race, Gender, and Place in Film Noir

WST 305 Feminist Theory: Social and Legal Theory

WST 103 Introduction to Women’s Studies: Race and Gender

PHI/WST 384 Advanced Feminist Theory: Race and Gender

WST 601 Feminist Theory: Theorizing Lesbian Desire, Graduate Seminar

WST/PHl 632 Feminist Theory: Recognition & Redistribution, Graduate Seminar

University of Texas at Austin--1991-1998

Phil 384 The History of Philosophy of Language, Graduate Seminar

Phil 380 Kristeva, Graduate Seminar

Phil 327 Psychoanalysis, Sexuality, and Love

Phil 380 Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity: Hegel to Irigaray, Graduate Seminar

Phil 380 French Feminist Theory, Graduate Seminar

Phil 380 Contemporary French Philosophy, Graduate Seminar

Phil 366K Existentialism

Phil 327 Feminism, Philosophy, and Science

Phil 384 Phenomenology, Graduate Seminar

Phil 384L The Continental Tradition, Graduate Seminar

Phil 375 Foucault, Major's Seminar

Phil 375 Heidegger, Major’s Seminar

Phil 398 Nietzsche's French Legacy, Graduate Seminar

Phil 398 Psychoanalysis and Feminism, Graduate Seminar

Phil 103 Introduction to Philosophy



Phil 104 Introduction to Ethics

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