Education ph. D. University of Minnesota, 1994 B. A. University of Minnesota, 1987 summa cum laude employment university of Louisville



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Nancy Nyquist Potter
Department of Philosophy

University of Louisville

Louisville, KY 40292

502-852-0459

nancy.potter@louisville.edu
EDUCATION

Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 1994

B.A. University of Minnesota, 1987 summa cum laude
EMPLOYMENT
University of Louisville

Professor of Philosophy, 2007-present

Associate with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Core faculty, Interdisciplinary MA in Bioethics and Medical Humanities

Affiliated Faculty, Division of Medical Humanism and Ethics, Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine, School of Medicine

Affiliated Faculty, Women and Gender Studies

Associate Professor of Philosophy, 2001-2007

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, 1995-2001

Associate with the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
AREAS OF RESEARCH
Philosophy of Psychiatry

Feminist Philosophy

Ethical Theory

Bioethics



PUBLICATIONS
Books

The Virtue of Defiance and Psychiatry Engagement, Oxford University Press, 2016.
Mapping the Edges and the In-between: A Critical Analysis of Borderline Personality Disorder.

Oxford University Press, 2009.


How Can I Be Trusted? A Virtue Theory of Trustworthiness. Rowman-Littlefield, 2002
Edited Books
Trauma, Truth, and Reconciliation: Healing Damaged Relationships. Oxford University Press, 2006.
Putting Peace into Practice: Evaluating Policy on Local and Global Levels. Rodopi Press, 2004.

Book Chapters
Potter, NN. “Defiance, Epistemologies of Ignorance, and Giving Uptake Properly in Psychiatry” in Diagnostic Controversies: Advancing and Competing Knowledge in Medical Inquiry, ed. Carolyn Smith-Morris, Routledge, Sept 2015, 147-166.
Potter, NN. “Feminist Psychiatric Ethics in the 21st century and The Social Context of Suffering’ in The Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. John Z. Sadler, C.W. Van Staden, and K.W.M. Fulford (eds).  Oxford: Oxford University Press. epub www.oxfordhandbooksonline.com. 2014. Print version July 2015.
Potter, NN and Radden, J. “’Belonging Bulimia’: Ethical Implications of Eating Disorders as Group Contagions’ in The Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. John Z. Sadler, C.W. Van Staden, and K.W.M. Fulford (eds).  Oxford: Oxford University Press. epub www.oxfordhandbooksonline.com 2014. Print version July 2015.
Potter, NN and Englehart, J., M.D. “Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Dangerous Psychiatric Patients’ in The Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics. John Z. Sadler, C.W. Van Staden, and K.W.M. Fulford (eds).  Oxford: Oxford University Press. epub www.oxfordhandbooksonline.com 2014. Print version July 2015.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Cultural factors that influence interpretations of defiant behavior and their social and scientific consequences” in Classifying Psychopathology: Mental Kinds and Natural Kinds, ed. H. Kincaid and J. Sullivan, MIT Press, 2014: 175-193.
Empathic foundations of clinical knowledge,” in Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Psychiatry, ed. KWM Fulford et al., Oxford University Press, 2013: 293-306.
“Grounding for understanding self-injury as addiction or (bad) habit,” in Addiction and Responsibility, ed. J. Poland and G. Graham, MIT Press, 2011: 201-224.
“The problem with too much anger: A philosophical approach to understanding anger in borderline personality disordered patients,” in Fact and Value in Emotion, ed. L. Charland and P. Zachar. John Benjamins, 2008: 53-64.
"Liberatory Psychiatry and An Ethics of the In-Between," in Ethics of the Body: Postconventional Challenges, ed. Margrit Shildrick and Roxanne Mykituik. MIT Press, 2005: 113-133.
"Gender," in Oxford Companion to Philosophy of Psychiatry, ed. Jennifer Radden. Oxford University Press, 2004.
Potter, Nancy and John, Eileen, "Images of Community in American Popular Culture," in Diversity and Community: A Critical Reader, ed. Philip Alperson. Blackwell, 2003: 265-288.

"Can Prisoners Learn Victim Empathy? An Analysis of a Relapse Prevention Program in the Kentucky State Reformatory for Men", in Putting Peace into Practice: Evaluating Policy on Local and Global Levels, ed. Nancy Potter. Rodopi Press, 2002.


"Is Refusing to Forgive a Vice?" in Feminists Doing Ethics, ed. Peggy DesAutels and Joanna Waugh. Rowman-Littlefield, 2001: 135-150.
Journal articles
Potter, NN. Doing right and being good: What it would take for people living with autism to flourish, Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 2015

Potter, NN. Introduction for Special Issue on Colonizing Forces in Psychiatry, ed. NN Potter, Journal of Ethics in Mental Health. http://www.jemh.ca/issues/open/documents/JEMH_Open-Volume_Article_Theme_Colonization_Introduction_June2015.pdf



Potter, NN. Reflections on things we don’t want to think about: Intersections of colonialism, transgenerational trauma, and oppression within psychiatry. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health, http://www.jemh.ca/issues/open/documents/JEMH_Open-Volume_Article_Theme_Colonization_Reflections_June2015.pdf.

Potter, NN. “Narrative Selves, Relations of Trust, and Bipolar Disorder,” Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 20:1 (2013): 57-65.



Potter, NN. “Embodied Agency and Habitual Selves,” Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 20:1 (2013): 75-80.

Potter, NN. “Philosophical Issues in the Paraphilias,” Current Opinion in Psychiatry 26:6 (2013): 586-592.
Potter, NN. “Mad, bad or virtuous? The moral, cultural and pathologizing features of defiance,” Theory and Psychology 22:1 (2011): 23-45.
Potter, NN. “What it means to treat people as ends-in-themselves,” American Journal of Bioethics (2011). Invited commentary.
Potter, N., Radden, J. and Hansen, J., “From the Editors,” International Journal of Feminist Bioethics: Special Issue: Feminist Perspectives on Psychiatry: 4:1 (2011): 1-10.
Potter, NN. “Oh blame! Where is thy sting?” Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology (2011).
Potter, NN. “Recent developments in philosophy of mind and psychopathology,” Current Opinion in Psychiatry 23:6 (2010): 542-5. Invited article.
Potter, NN. “Civic trust, scientific objectivity, and the publicity condition,” American Journal of Bioethics 10:8 (2010): 57-58. Invited commentary.
Zachar, P. and Potter, N., “Personality disorders: Moral or medical kinds—or both?” Philosophy Psychiatry and Psychology 17:2 (2010): 101-117.
Zachar, P. and Potter, N., “Valid moral appraisals and valid personality disorders” Philosophy Psychiatry and Psychology 17:2 (2010): 131-142.
Potter, N. and Mian, A., “Revitalizing Islamic rights in colonial India: Mawlana Ashraf Ali Thanawi’s Huquq al-Islam,” Muslim World 99:2 (2009): 312-334.
Potter, NN. “Off the radar: Truth-telling in psychiatry,” Harvard Review of Psychiatry 16:6 (2008): 381-387. Invited article.
Potter, N. and Zachar, P., “Vice, mental disorder, and the role of underlying pathological processes,” Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 15:1 (2008): 27-29.
Potter, NN. “Uncertain knowledge,” Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 14:1 (2007): 19-23. Invited commentary.
Potter, NN. “Querying the ‘community’ in community mental health,” American Journal of Bioethics 7:11 (2007): 42-43. Invited commentary.
Potter, NN. “What Is Manipulative Behavior, Anyway?” Journal of Personality Disorders 20:2 (2006): 139-56. Invited article.
Potter, NN. “Shame, violence, and perpetrators’ voices,” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29:3 (2006): 237. Invited commentary.
Potter, NN. “Is the Construct for Human Affiliation Too Narrow?” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28:3 (2005): 363-364. Invited commentary.
Potter, NN. “Perplexing Issues in Personality Disorders,” Current Opinion in Psychiatry 17:6 (2004): 487-492. Invited article.
Potter, NN. "Moral Tourists and World-travelers: Some Epistemological Considerations for Understanding Patients' Worlds," Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 10:3 (2003): 209-223.
Potter, NN. "The Mean for Understanding and Connection in the Clinical Context," Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 10: 3 (2003): 237-241.
Potter, NN. "Commodity/Body/Sign: Borderline Personality Disorder and the Signification of Self-Injurious Behavior," Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 10:1 (2003): 1-16.
Potter, NN. "In the Spirit of Giving Uptake," Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 10:1 (2003): 33-35.
Potter, NN. "The Politics of Fear," Journal of the Gandhi-King Society Spring-Summer 2003: 19-24.
Potter, NN. "Is There a Role for Humor in the Midst of Conflict?" Social Philosophy Today: Communication, Conflict, and Reconciliation 17 (2003): 103-123.
Potter, NN. "Key Concepts: Feminism," Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 8:1 (2002): 61-71.
Potter, NN. "An Analysis of the 'Exit Option' as a Way to Democratize Institutions and Nation-states," Culture and Quest, Summer 2001.
Potter, NN. "Giving Uptake," Social Theory and Practice 26:3 (2000): 479-508.
Potter, NN. "Terrorists, Hostages, Victims, and ‘The Crisis Team’: A ‘Who's Who’ Puzzle," Hypatia 14.3 (1999): 126-156.
Potter, NN. "Loopholes, Gaps, and What is Held Fast: Democratic Epistemology and Claims

to Recovered Memories," Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 3:4 (1996): 237-254.


Potter, NN. "Discretionary Power, Lies, and Broken Trust: Justification and Discomfort," Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 17:4 (1996): 329-352.
Potter, NN. "The Severed Head and Existential Dread: The Classroom as Epistemic Community and Student Survivors of Incest," Hypatia 10:2 (1995): 69-92.
Review articles
Illness and Image: Case Studies in Medical Humanities by Sander Gilman, Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2015)
The Madness of Women by Jane Ussher. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2012)
Violence against Women: Philosophical Perspectives, ed. Stanley French, Laura Purdy, and Wanda Teays. University of Toronto Quarterly 69:1 (2010): 128-30
Cultural Formulation: A Reader for Psychiatric Diagnosis, ed. Juan Mezzich and Giovanni Caracci. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2010)
Addictive Behaviors, ed. A Marlatt and Witkiewitz. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2009)
Biomedical Ethics: Humanist Perspectives, ed. Howard B. Radest. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2007)
Borderline Personality Disorder: A Therapists’s Guide to Taking Control by Arthur Freeman and Gina Fusco. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2006)
From Morality to Mental Health: Virtue and Vice in a Therapeutic Culture by Mike Martin. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2006)
Relational Remembering: Rethinking the Memory Wars by Sue Campbell. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 45:1 (2006): 199-201
Surviving a Borderline Parent: How to Heal Your Childhood Wounds and Build Trust, Boundaries, and Self-Esteem by Kimberlee Roth and Freda B. Friedman. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2004)
Psychology and Consumer Culture: The Struggle for a Good Life in a Materialistic World, ed.Tim Kasser and Allen D. Kanner. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2004)
Melancholia and Moralism: Essays on AIDS and Queer Politics by Douglas Crimp. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2003)
Sexual Deviance: Issues and Controversies, ed. Tony Ward, D. Richard Laws, and Stephen M. Hudson. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2003)
First, Do No Harm: Power, Oppression, and Violence in Health Care, ed. Nancy Diekelmann. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2003)
Before Forgiving: Cautionary Views of Forgiveness in Psychotherapy, ed. Sharon Lamb and Jeffrie Murphy. Metapsychology: http://mentalhelp.net/books (2002)
How Should One Live? ed. Roger Crisp. Teaching Philosophy 21:1 (1998): 109-114
The Changing Face of Friendship, ed. Leroy Rowner. Teaching Philosophy 19.2 (1996): 178-184

Work in progress
NN Potter, Epistemic friction, affect, and learning to know patients well: Setting new norms for medical education. European Journal of Person Centered Healthcare. Accepted.
NN Potter. Ethics experts, pedagogical responsibilities, and wishful thinking: Revising the DSM. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology. Accepted.

M Gupta, NN Potter, S Goyer. Diagnostic reasoning in psychiatry: Acknowledging an explicit role for intersubjective knowing, submitted.

NN Potter and Rifaat El-Mallakh. The Interface of Ethics and Psychiatry:  A Collaborative Consultation Approach.


Grant-writing
Funding for the Improvement of Education 2007; for students to create an Intro to Philosophy-CD course with supervision by me; awarded $3600.
Gupta, Mona, M.D, Ph.D. and Potter, N., co-PI. CIHR Catalyst Grant, ‘Scientifically sound and ethically justifiable: Towards a new understanding of evidence in psychiatry.’ $66,000.

Presentations at Scholarly Meetings
M. Gupta, NN Potter, and Simon Goyer. 2016. What epistemic weight do psychiatrists place on different types of knowing in diagnostic reasoning? International Conference on Clinical Reasoning. Montreal.
NN Potter and Rifaat El-Mallakh. 2016. The Interface of Philosophy and Psychiatry:  A Collaborative Consultation Approach. American Psychiatric Association.
NN Potter. 2016. Diagnosing conceptions of self and other: Intersectionalities, oppressive norms, and (mis) interpretations of defiance. Southern Society of Philosophy and Psychology.
NN Potter, Gupta, M, Goyer S. Rethinking evidence: Diagnostic reasoning in psychiatry. American Philosophical Association, Washington D.C., January 2016
NN Potter. “What’s good about defiance? Interpreting aggressive and defiant behavior in children” Conference on Ethics and Mental Health, Cobourg, Ontario June 2015.
Gupta M, Potter NN, Goyer S. “Le raisonnement diagnostique en psychiatrie: le bon raisonnement exige la bonne connaissance Diagnostic reasoning in psychiatry: good reasoning requires good knowledge.” Journée Pédagogique, Département de Psychiatrie, Université de Montréal Annual Education Day, Department of Psychiatry, Université de Montréal, juin, 2015. June 2015
Gupta M, Potter NN, Goyer S. “Le raisonnement diagnostique en psychiatrie: au-delà de la médecine basée sur les données probantes. Diagnostic reasoning in psychiatry: beyond evidence-based medicine. Conférence du CRCHUM. Grand Rounds, Centre de Recherche de CHUM (Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal). June 2015.
NN Potter and Mona Gupta. “Ethics of Clinical Reasoning.” American Psychiatric Association, Toronto May 2015.
Simon Goyer, NN Potter, and Mona Gupta. “Beyond evidence: the epistemic and ethical demands of good diagnostic reasoning in psychiatry.” Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Toronto May 2015.
Being trustworthy in today’s medical world” Ethics Grand Rounds, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas 2014, Invited speaker
Social identities and their relevance to good health care” Medical Humanities Symposium, Southern Methodist University, Dallas 2014, Invited speaker
How to think about the difficult defiant patient with Borderline Personality Disorder,” American Psychiatric Association, New York City, May 2014
Mona Gupta, Nancy Nyquist Potter, Simon Goyer, and Lynne Lohfeld, “What epistemic weight do psychiatrists place on different types of information used in diagnostic reasoning?” Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry, New York City, May 2014
Difficult, disliked, and dangerous patients,” Philadelphia Scattergood Ethics Program, Spring 2013 Invited speaker
Borderline Personality Disorder,” talk to medical students, Philadelphia Scattergood Ethics Program, Spring 2013. Invited speaker
Dominic Sisti and Nancy Nyquist Potter, “A theory of moral & criminal responsibility for borderline personality disorder,” Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry, San Francisco, Spring 2013.
Mental Health interest group, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Atlanta, Fall 2013, Invited speaker
The Difficult Patient--Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Norms for Compliance and the Virtue of Defiance.” Seattle, WA 2012 Keynote Speaker.
I Sing the Body Politic: Belongingness and Freedom in Collective Singing.” Prague 2012.
Compliance and Defiance,” Philosophy Presents, University of Louisville, 2011.
Blaming and stereotyping and their effects on healing from BPD.” Kelowna, British Columbia. Invited keynote speaker.
You’re not hearing me! Responding appropriately to adolescent offenders.” 14th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden, September 2011
Integrating perspectives: An open discussion of the problems of communication and of understanding between clinicians and service users.” Jan Verhaegh, Nancy Potter, Tim Thornton. Nancy Potter, Facilitator. 14th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden, September 2011
Is There Anybody Out There?” B4UAct, Baltimore, 2011
Blaming and Stereotyping and Their Effects on Healing.” Personality Disorders. Oxford, England. 2010. Invited speaker.
Compliance and Defiance.” 13th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, Manchester, England, 2010
Understanding blame, responsibility-taking, and BPD as disorder: The ethical landscape.” Symposium on Borderline Personality Disorder. Lausanne, Switzerland, 2010. Invited speaker.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder: Racialization and Socialization.” 12th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, 2009. Invited plenary speaker
Racism in Psychiatry.” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, 2007.
Identity Disturbance.” 10th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology. Sun City, South Africa, 2007. Invited plenary speaker
Inappropriate or Intense Anger as Pathology or Vice: Women and Borderline Personality Disorder.” American Philosophical Association, Central Division, 2007.
Learning to be thin, learning to be sick: The cultural contagion of bulimia.” 9th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, University of Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands, 2006
“’World’-traveling: Learning how to do it and why it is important to health professionals.” Passport Health Plan, Louisville, KY. May 2006. Invited paper
Defiance and other virtues of the ruled.”American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Portland, Oregon, 2006. Invited paper
Teaching World-traveling in Medical School.” Just Doctoring: How can medical education address racial and ethnic disparities in health care? Chicago, 2005
The Problem with Too Much Anger: A Philosophical Approach to Understanding Anger and Aggression in BPD Patients.” 7th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, 2004. Invited plenary speaker
Why BPD Patients Evoke Negative Responses and What is at Stake.” 7th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany, 2004
Panel Discussion on Women Philosophers. Philosophy Presents. University of Louisville, 2004
"Dissociation, Trances, and Transcendence: Cultural Values and Their Effects on Trust." American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New York City, 2004
"What's Wrong with Being Manipulative? Phenomenology and Analysis of Manipulativity in Clinical Encounters." International Philosophy, Phenomenology, and Psychiatry Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, November, 2003
"Clinical Perceptions of the Manipulative Patient." Philosophy Brown Bag Series. University of Louisville, 2003
"Narrative Selves, Relations of Trust, and Bipolar Disorder." American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 2003
"The Politics of Fear." Panel on terrorism. University of Louisville, 2003
"Moral Intelligence." Kentucky Philosophical Association, 2002
"Trustworthiness and Its Relation to the Virtues of Mildness and Courage." 7th Annual Religion and the Humanities Conference, Orem, Utah, 2002.
"The Trustworthy Psychiatrist," International Network of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Cape Town, South Africa, 2002
"Moral Tourists and 'World'-Travelers: Some Epistemological Issues in Understanding

Patients' Worlds," International Network of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Cape Town, South Africa, 2002
"Commodity/Body/Sign: Borderline Personality Disorder and the Cultural Labor of Signification," American Psychological Association, Chicago, 2002
"Self-injury and Communicative Ethics: The Body as Text," Philosophy, Psychology, and Psychiatry Board Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2001
"What's Funny About Violence?" International Interdisciplinary Conference of Cultural Studies: Between Politics and Ethics, Bath, England, 2001
"Ethics and Informed consent: High stakes, High Risks," Ethics at the Frontiers of Medicine conference, Louisville, 2001
"An Analysis of the 'Exit Option' as a Way to Democratize Institutions and Nation-states," International Philosophers for Peace Conference, Calcutta, India, 2001
"Forgiveness, Trust, and Truth-telling," Concerned Philosophers for Peace, Ontario, Canada, 2000
"Can Postmodernism Provide a Meaningful Discourse on Madness?" 3rd Annual International Philosophy and Psychiatry Conference, Florence, Italy, 2000
"Is There a Role for Humor in the Midst of Conflict?" 17th International Social Philosophy Conference, Ontario, Canada, 2000
Commentator on Professor Heidi Feldman's "Tort Law and Virtue Ethics: Democracy and Humanism in the Law of Negligence," University of Louisville Law and Ethics Series, 2000
"Is Being Unforgiving a Vice?" National Feminist Ethics Revisited Conference, Miami, Florida, 1999
"'World'-Traveling and Non-Imperialist Development Paradigms: Epistemological Considerations in Economic Advancement of Third-World Countries, "National Concerned Philosophers for Peace, Radford, Virginia, 1999
Commentator on Joshua Rayman's "Kant's Sublime Teleology," Mid-South Philosophy Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, 1999
"Can Prisoners Learn Victim Empathy? An Analysis of a Relapse Prevention Program at the Kentucky State Reformatory for Men," National Conference of Concerned Philosophers for Peace, Washington, 1998
Potter, Nancy and Eileen John, "Images of Community in Popular Culture", Understanding

Communities Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 1998
"Injury," Mid-South Philosophy Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, 1998
Commentator on Catherine Schwartz's "Conceptions of Freedom and the Politics

of Recognition," Mid-South Philosophy Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, 1998
"Character, Luck, and Reason", panel on Women and Aristotle for Associated

Colleges of the South Women's Studies Conference, Jackson, Mississippi, 1997
"Giving Uptake", National Conference of Concerned Philosophers for Peace, Chico, California, 1997
"Memory, Desire, and Identity: Grace Paley as Political Artist," National Women's Studies Association, St. Louis, Missouri, 1997
"Does the Teacher's Personal Self Belong in the Classroom? Investigating the

Interplay of Identity, Personal Experience, and Authority,"Pedagogy of the Oppressed

Conference, Nebraska, 1997
"Forgiveness and Resentment: Bone's Resistance in the Midst of Victimization,"

International Conference on Narrative, Lexington, Kentucky, 1996
Commentator on Eileen John's "You'll Always Want Nothing: Conceptual Investigation in

Literary Experiences," Kentucky Philosophical Association, Louisville, Kentucky, 1996



"Reflections on Meanings of Whiteness," American Philosophical Association,

Central Division, Chicago, Illinois, 1996

COURSES TAUGHT
Undergraduate Ethics Courses

  • Contemporary Ethical Problems

  • Introduction to Ethics

  • Medical Ethics

  • Business Ethics

  • Ethical Inquiry

  • Virtues and Vices

Other Undergraduate Courses

  • Introduction to Philosophy

  • Introduction to Philosophy through Cultural Diversity

  • Introduction to Logic       

  • Philosophy and Feminism

  • Philosophy and Sexuality                    

  • Sexuality and Self-Image               

  • Social and Political Philosophy      

  • Philosophy of Law       

  • The Nature of Violence

  • Philosophy and Mental Illness

Graduate courses

  • Ethical Theory                 

  • Aristotle

  • Women, Epistemology and Ethics: Shifting Ground

  • Medicine and Minorities

  • Race, Gender, Culture, and Health Care

  • Race, Gender, and Mental Illness         

  • Virtue Ethics                     

  • Political Philosophy                           

  • Philosophies of Peace                 

  • War and Peace on Stage and Screen (philosophy and theater course)

  • Postmodernism

  • Philosophies of Community 

  

Previously taught courses



  • Philosophy of Caring

  • Trust & Trustworthiness

  • Exploring Mother-Daughter Relationships


AWARDS AND HONORS


  • Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, Metropolitan State University, 1994

  • Distinguished Service Award for Community Service, College of Arts & Sciences, 2006-07

  • Distinguished Service Award for Community Service, University of Louisville, 2008-2009



PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Manuscript review:

  • Journal of Personality Disorders

  • British Journal of Psychiatry

  • Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology

  • New Zealand and Australian Journal of Psychiatry

  • Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics

  • Oxford University Press

  • Science in Context

  • Neuroethics

  • Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics

  • Philosophy, Humanities, Ethics, and Medicine

  • American Journal of Bioethics

  • Emotion

  • Theory and Psychology

  • Social Philosophy Today

  • Hypatia

  • Journal of Moral Philosophy

  • International Journal for Feminist Bioethics

  • MIT Press

  • Social Theory and Practice

  • Philosophical Studies

  • Mind

  • International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics

  • Journal of Philosophical Research

Organizational service:



  • Advisory Board Member, Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 2003-present

  • Associate Editor, Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, 2005-present

  • Executive Council member, Association for the Advancement of Psychiatry and

Philosophy 2001-present

  • Vice-President, Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry,

2004-2008

  • President, Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry,

2008-2012

  • Senior Editor, Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 2016-

Directory: philosophy -> People
People -> Curriculum Vitae Kelly Oliver September 2015 Address
People -> Responsibility and Answerability in the Criminal Law Responsibility as Answerability
People -> Bergson's Encounter with Biology: Thinking Life
People -> Bergson on memory
People -> Consciousness in the World: Husserlian Phenomenology and Externalism
People -> Angie hobbs m. A., Ph. D. (Cambridge), frsa associate Professor in Philosophy Senior Fellow in the Public Understanding of Philosophy Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts Honorary Patron of the Philosophy Shop University of Warwick Areas of Research
People -> Angie hobbs m. A., Ph. D. (Cambridge), frsa associate Professor in Philosophy Senior Fellow in the Public Understanding of Philosophy University of Warwick Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts; Chair of the Institute of Art and Ideas Trust
People -> Bergson's Encounter with Biology: Thinking Life


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