Department of Philosophy

Faculty: Julie Maybee

Julie Mabee Academic Interests:

African philosophy, race and philosophy, post-Kantian Continental philosophy, African-American philosophy.

Other Academic/Professional Activities:
Co-host, African Philosophy E-mail List (with Bruce Janz)

 

Recent Publications:

  • Maybee, Julie E. (2011). “Audience Matters: Teaching issues of race and racism for a predominantly minority student body.” Educational Philosophy & Theory 43 (8) (October): 853-873.
  • Maybee, J. (2011). The Political is Personal: Mothering at the Intersection of Acquired Disability, Gender, and Race. In Disability and mothering: liminal spaces of embodied knowledge, ed. Cynthia Lewiecki-wilson and Jen Celiio, 245-259. 1st ed. Syracuse NY: Syracuse University Press.
  • Maybee, J. (2009). Picturing Hegel: An illustrated guide to Hegel’s Encyclopedia Logic. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
  • Maybee, J. (2009). Audience matters: Teaching issues of race and racism for a predominantlyminority student body. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1-21. doi: 10.111/j.1469-5812.2009.00603.x
  • "Politicizing the Personal and Other Tales from the Front Lines," Ann Cudd and Anita Superson, eds., Theorizing Backlash: Philosophical Reflections on Resistance to Feminism. (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002), pp. 133-52.
  • "Who Am I?: The Limits of Shared Culture as a Criterion of Group Solidarity and Individual Identity," Radical Philosophy Review. (4: 1 & 2). 2001.
  • "The Instruction of Any: an Ancient Egyptian Philosophical Theory of Ethics," African Philosophy, vol. 12, no. 2 (August 1999).
  • "Kierkegaard and the Madness of Reason," Man and World, vol. 29, no. 4 (October 1996).

 

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