Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 


Judith M. Green

JUDITH M. GREEN

Professor of Philosophy
Co-Director of Women’s Studies
Fordham University
Bronx, New York 10458
Office: (718) 817-3270
Home: (631) 828-5934
jmgreen@fordham.edu

 
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
 
M.A., Ph.D. in Philosophy (1987) – University of Minnesota
     Dissertation: Community, Dignity and Equality: Foundations for a Feasible Egalitarian Ideal
Two B. A. Degrees with Honors (Majors: English, Philosophy) – Michigan State University
 
AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL SPECIALIZATION
 
American Philosophy, Democratic Political Economy, Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics and Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Religion, African American Philosophy, Native American Philosophies, Feminist Theory, History of Philosophy
 
AREAS OF INTERDISCIPLINARY PARTICIPATION
 
Women’s Studies, Urban Studies, Environmental Studies, Peace & Justice Studies, Urban and Regional Planning
 
PUBLICATIONS
 
Books
   
     Judith M. Green, ed., Richard J. Bernstein and the Pragmatic Turn in Contemporary Philosophy.” London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 forthcoming. (74, 446 words).
 
     Judith M. Green, Stefan Neubert, and Kersten Reich, ed., Pragmatism and Diversity: Dewey in the Context of Late 20th Century Debates. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
(243 pages).
 
     Judith M. Green. Pragmatism and Social Hope: Deepening Democracy in Global Contexts. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008 (304 pages).
 
      -------. Deep Democracy: Community, Diversity, and Transformation. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999 (243 pages).
 
Books in Progress
 
     Judith M. Green. A Pragmatist Political Economy: Deep Democracy, Economic Justice, Positive Peace.Projected submission to Columbia University Press: June 2013.
 
     -------. Pragmatist Cosmopolitanism: Education, Reconciliation, Cultural Transformation. Projected submission to Columbia University Press: March 2014.
 
     ------- and Kenneth W. Stikkers, ed. Pragmatist Catholicisms. Projected submission: 2014.
 
Book Chapters and Encyclopedia Entries
 
     Judith M. Green. 2013 anticipated, “Editor’s Introduction,” Rekindling Pragmatism’s Fire: Richard J. Bernstein and the Pragmatic Turn in Contemporary Philosophy,” ed. Judith M. Green.
 
     -------. 2013 anticipated. “Bernstein’s Deployment of Jamesian Democratic Pluralism: The Pragmatic Turn and the Future of Philosophy,” Rekindling Pragmatism’s Fire: Richard J. Bernstein and the Pragmatic Turn in Contemporary Philosophy,” ed. Judith M. Green.
 
     -------. 2013 anticipated. “Deeply Democratic Education for Whole Persons,” Reconstructing Democracy for a New World, ed. Larry A. Hickman and Giuseppe Spadafora, to be published
simultaneously in English and Italian (16 pages).
 
     -------. 2013 forthcoming. “Enlightened Provincialism, Open-Ended Communities, and Loyalty-Loving Individuals,” The Relevance of Royce, ed. Kelly Parker. New York: Fordham University Press (15 pages).
 
     -------. 2013 forthcoming. “Mead’s Pragmatist Proposals for a Cosmopolitan Democratic Political Economy,” The Social Theory of G. H. Mead, ed. James Campbell and Krzysztof Skowronski. Lanham: Lexington Books (25 pages).
 
     -------. 2013. “A Pragmatist Communicative Ethics for Politics and Everyday Life: Persuasion and Compulsion in Democracy,” Persuasion and Compulsion in Democracy, ed. Jacqueline A. Kegley and Krzysztof Skowronski. Lanham: Lexington Books (16 pages).
 
     -------. 2012. “Editors’ Introduction,” Pragmatism and Diversity: Dewey in the Context of Late 20th Century Debates, ed. Judith Green, Stefan Neubert, and Kersten Reich. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 1 – 9 (16 pages).
 
     -------. 2012. "Cultivating Pragmatist Cosmopolitanism: Democratic Local-and-Global Community amidst Diversity," Pragmatism and Diversity: Dewey in the Context of Late 20th Century Debates, ed. Judith Green, Stefan Neubert, and Kersten Reich. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 55 – 83 (29 pages).
 
     -------. 2012. “Concluding Conversation: The Future of Democratic Diversity” (with James Campbell, Michael Eldridge, Jim Garrison, William J. Gavin, Larry A. Hickman, Stefan Neubert, and Kertsten Reich), Pragmatism and Diversity: Dewey in the Context of Late 20th Century Debates, ed. Judith Green, Stefan Neubert, and Kersten Reich. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 195 – 227 (33 pages).
 
     -------. 2011. “Public Reason vs. Democratic Intelligence: Rawls and Dewey,” Dewey’s Continuing Impact, ed. John R. Shook and Paul Kurtz. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books (16 pages).
 
     -------. 2010. “Social Democracy, Cosmopolitan Hospitality, and Intercivilizational Peace: Lessons from Jane Addams,” Feminist Interpretations of Jane Addams, ed. Maurice Hamington. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 223-253 (31 pages).
 
     -------. 2008. “Dr. Dewey’s Metaphysical Therapeutic for America’s Post-9/11 Democratic Disease: Cultural Revitalization and Political Re-inhabitation,” Reconstructing Democracy, Recontextualizing Dewey, ed. Jim Garrison. Albany: State University of New York Press, 15-39 (25 pages).
 
     -------. 2008. “Equality,” American Philosophy: An Encyclopedia, ed. John Lachs and Robert Talisse. New York: Routledge, 242 – 244 (3 pages).
 
     -------. 2008. “Friendship,” American Philosophy: An Encyclopedia, ed. John Lachs and Robert Talisse. New York: Routledge, 303 – 304 (2 pages).
 
     -------. 2008. “Growth,” American Philosophy: An Encyclopedia, ed. John Lachs and Robert Talisse. New York: Routledge, 346 – 348 (3 pages).
 
     ------. 2006. “Pluralism and Deliberative Democracy: A Pragmatist Approach,” Blackwell’s Companion to Pragmatism, ed. John R. Shook and Joseph R. Margolis. New York: Wiley-Blackwell, 301 – 316 (17 pages).
 
     ------. 2005. “Guiding Post-Totalitarian Economic Democratization through Deweyan Radical Pragmatism,” Democracy and the Post-Totalitarian Experience, ed. Leszek Koczanowicz and Beth J. Singer, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 203 – 218 (16 pages).
 
     ------. 2004. “Building a Cosmopolitan World Future Through Pragmatist Mutual Hospitality,” Pragmatism and The Problem of Race, ed. Donald Koch and Bill E. Lawson. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 203 – 224 (20 pages).
 
     ------. 2002. “Deepening Democratic Transformation: Deweyan Individuation and Pragmatist Feminism,” Feminist Interpretations of John Dewey, ed. Charlene Haddock Seigfried. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 260 – 277 (18 pages).
 
     -------.   2000. “Deepening Democracy in Central Europe: A Radical Pragmatist Perspective from the American Experience,” Democracy in Central Europe, 1989-1999: Comparative and Historical Perspectives, ed. Justyna Miklaszewska. Krakow: Meritum/Jagiellonian University Printing House, 100 – 130 (31 pages).
 
     -------. 1999. “Alain Locke’s Multicultural Philosophy of Value: A Transformative Guide for the Twenty-First Century,” The Critical Pragmatism of Alain Locke: A Reader on Value Theory, Aesthetics, Community, Culture, Race, and Education, ed. Leonard Harris, Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 85-94 (10 pages).
 
     -------. 1998. “Educational Multiculturalism, Cultural Diversity, and Deep Democracy,” Theorizing Multiculturalism: A Guide to the Current Debate, ed. Cynthia Willett, New York: Blackwell, 422-448 (27 pages).
 
     ------- and Blanche Radford Curry. 1996. “Notorious Philosopher: The Transformative Life and Work of Angela Davis,” Hypatia’s Daughters: 1500 Years of Women Philosophers, ed. Linda Lopez McAlister. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 301-325 (25 pages).
 
Essays in Peer-Reviewed Periodicals
 
     Judith M. Green. 2012. “Cosmopolitan Community Solidarity and Economic Justice: Pragmatism and Liberatory-Prophetic Religious Traditions,” Cognitio (December 2012).
 
     -------. 2011. “Reframing Barack Obama’s Thick Philosophical Pragmatism: An Experiment in Democratic Redirection,” Contemporary Pragmatism (December 2011).
 
     -------. 2011. “The Continuously Planning City,” Kettering Review 29:1 (December 2011), 33—43 (11 pages).
 
     -------. 2007. “On The Passing of Richard Rorty and the Future of American Philosophy,” Contemporary Pragmatism 4:2 (December 2007), 35 – 44 (10 pages).
 
     -------. 2004. “Participatory Democracy: Movements, Campaigns, and Democratic Living,” The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 18:1, Special Issue on Pragmatism and Deliberative Politics, ed. Robert B. Talisse, 60 – 71 (12 pages).
 
     -------.   2003. “The Self-Effacing Conjurer: Jorge J. E. Gracia’s Hispanic/Latino Identity,” International Philosophical Quarterly (2003), 583 – 584 (2 pages).
 
     -------. 2003. “Philosophical Windows on Native American Spiritualities,” Chicago Studies 42:3 (Fall-Winter 2003), 282 -301 (19 pages).
 
     -------. 1996. “Retrieving the Human Place in Nature,” Environmental Ethics 17 (Winter 1996), 381-396 (16 pages). 
 
     -------. 1995. “The Diverse Community or the Unoppressive City: Which Ideal for a Transformative Politics of Difference?” The Journal of Social Philosophy 26:1 (Spring 1995), 86-102 (17 pages).
 
     -------. 1994. “King’s Pragmatic Philosophy of Political Transformation,” The Journal of Social Philosophy 25:1 (Spring 1994), 160-169 (10 pages).
 
    -------. 1992. “King’s Historical Location of Political Concepts,” The American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and the Black Experience 91:2 (Fall 1992), 12-14 (3 pages).
 
     -------. 1992. “A Braided Lineage: Teaching the Contributions of African-Americans, Native Americans, and Women to American Philosophy,” The American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and the Black Experience 91:1 (Spring 1992), 12-15 (4 pages).
 
     -------. 1992. “Aristotle on Necessary Verticality, Body Heat, and Gendered Proper Places in the Polis: A Feminist Critique,” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 7:1 (January 1992), 70-96 (17 pages).
 
     ------- and Blanche Radford Curry. 1991. “Recognizing Each Other Amidst Diversity: Beyond Essentialism in Collaborative Multi-Cultural Feminist Theory,” Sage: A Scholarly Journal on Black Women 8:1 (Summer 1991), 39-49 (11 pages).
 
Essays in Progress
 
    Judith M. Green. “Pragmatist Political Economy: Some Framing Propositions,” accepted for publication in the European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy.
 
     -------. “Achieving Democracy and Economic Justice ‘From Below’: A Pragmatist Vision of Radical Cultural and Institutional Transformation,” for an interdisciplinary conference and future publication.
 
     -------. "Another Pragmatist Cosmopolitanism: How Alain Locke’s Vision Reframes Appiah and Benhabib," for submission to Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society.
 
     -------. “Waging Peace, Deepening Democracy: The Prophetic, Transformative Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.,” for submission to Contemporary Pragmatism.
 
     -------. Review of Gregory Fernando Pappas’sJohn Dewey’s Ethics: Democracy as Experience for submission to International Philosophical Quarterly.
 
      -------. “Reframing King’s Vision for a New Racial Era: Leading the Beloved Community in the Twenty-First Century,” for submission to The Journal of Social Philosophy.
 
    -------. “Philosophy, Deep Democracy, and Social Hope: A Pragmatist Cosmopolitan Vision,” for submission to Educational Theory.
 
     -------. “Pragmatism, Public Philosophy, and Our More Deeply Democratic Future,” for submission to The Journal of Speculative Philosophy.
 
     -------. “Saving William James: Truth, Responsibility, and the Will to Believe,” for submission to Transactions of the C. S. Peirce Society.
    
     -------. “Deweyan Catholicism,” to be included in Catholic Pragmatisms, ed. Judith M. Green and Kenneth W. Stikkers, projected publication 2014.
 
     -------. “Can a University Be Both Catholic and Feminist?” to be included in Catholic Pragmatisms, ed. Green and Stikkers, projected publication 2014.
 
PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
 
“Developing and Deploying Cosmopolitan Pragmatist Political Economy: Philosophers Wanted,” blind-reviewed paper to be presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, March 2013.
 
"Dewey’s Pragmatist Social Ethics: A Framework for Critique and Reconstruction," invited paper presented to the New York Pragmatist Forum, Fordham University at Lincoln Center, December 7, 2012.
 
“Cultivating Pragmatist Cosmopolitanism: Democratic Local-and-Global Community Amidst Diversity,” invited address presented at Montclair State University (Montclair, New Jersey), April 2012.
 
“A Pragmatist Communicative Ethics for Politics and Everyday Life: Persuasion and Compulsion in Democracy,” invited paper presented at an international conference on Persuasion and Compulsion in Democracy, University of Opole (Poland), March 2012.
 
“Richard J. Bernstein’s Contribution to Pragmatism and Contemporary Philosophy,” invited paper on the keynote panel presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Fordham University, New York City, March 2012.
 
“Cosmopolitan Community Solidarity and Economic Justice: Pragmatism and Liberatory-Prophetic Religious Traditions,” invited paper presented at the 13th International Meeting on Pragmatism at the Center for Pragmatism Studies of the Pontifical Catholic University of
Sao Paulo (Brasil), November 2011.
 
“Cornel West’s Prophetic Pragmatism,” two-part invited presentation at the Summer Institute in American Philosophy, University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon), July 2011.
 
“Mead’s Pragmatist Proposals for a Cosmopolitan Democratic Political Economy,” invited paper presented at an international conference on G. H. Mead at the University of Opole (Poland),
June 2011.
 
“Pushing Up the Sky: Cultivating the Democratic Arts of Citizen Participation in Changing and Sustaining the World,” invited keynote address at the First Annual Educational Scholar-Practitioner Conference, Saint Joseph’s University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), May 2011.
 
“King’s Pragmatist Political Economy: Social Democracy, Economic Justice, Positive Peace,” blind-reviewed paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Spokane, Washington), March 2011.
 
“Pragmatist Political Economy: Deepening Democracy, Transforming Capitalism, Waging Peace,” invited “Works Progress” session at the Summer Institute in American Philosophy, University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon), July 2010.
 
“Author Meets Critics” Session on my new book, Pragmatism and Social Hope: Deepening Democracy in Global Contexts, at the Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (San Francisco, California), April 2010.
 
“International Pragmatism,” invited presentation at the New York Pragmatist Forum (New York: NY), March 2010.
 
“Public Reasons, Private Tastes, and Personal Opinions in Democratic Deliberative Politics: A Deweyan Pragmatist Analysis,” blind-reviewed presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Charlotte, NC), March 2010, and at the Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Chicago, IL), February 2010.
 
“Current International Trends in Pragmatism,” invited commentary presented at the Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (New York, NY), December 2009.
 
“Public Reason vs. Democratic Intelligence: Rawls and Dewey,” invited paper presented at the Center for Inquiry (Amherst, NY) for “John Dewey's 150th Birthday Celebration: An International Conference on Dewey's Impact on America and the World,” October 2009.
 
“Pragmatism, Public Philosophy, and Our More Deeply Democratic Future,” (expanded) invited paper presented at The Second International Conference of the Nordic Pragmatism Network on “Pragmatism in Society and Democracy” (Reykjavik, Iceland), August 2009.
 
“Pragmatism, Public Philosophy, and Our More Deeply Democratic Future,” blind-reviewed paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Texas A & M University (College Station, Texas), March 2009.
 
“Pragmatism, Citizen Participation, and Social Hope,” presented to the New York Pragmatist Forum, Fordham University at Lincoln Center (New York, New York), January 2009.
 
"Another Pragmatist Cosmopolitanism: How Alain Locke’s Vision Reframes Appiah and Benhabib,” invited paper presented at the Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), December 2008.
 
“Deepening Democracy: Pragmatism and Cosmopolitanism,” invited presentation at a Women’s Studies Work-in-Progress Lunch, Fordham University (Bronx, New York), December 2008.
 
"Another Pragmatist Cosmopolitanism: Some Philosophical Advice to President-Elect Obama,” invited paper presented at the Annual Meetings of The Alain Locke Society at George Washington University (Washington, D. C.), November 2008.
 
“Philosophy, Deep Democracy, and Social Hope: A Pragmatist Cosmopolitan Vision,” invited keynote paper presented at the GSCOPE Conference on “Cosmopolitanism, Education, and Philosophy,” Columbia University Teachers College (New York, NY), October 2008.
 
“Pragmatism and Social Hope: Deepening Democracy in Global Contexts,” invited Inaugural Lecture, Philosophy Lecture Series, Fordham University (Bronx, New York), September 2008.
 
“Pragmatism and Social Hope: Rorty, Dewey, and Deep Democracy,” invited two-day seminar at the Summer Institute in American Philosophy at the University of Colorado, co-sponsored by the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, Southern Illinois University, and the Center for Dewey Studies (Boulder, CO), July 2008.
 
“What Is the Prize? Some Key Insights of Eddie S. Glaude, Jr’s In a Shade of Blue,” invited Coss Dialogues commentary presented to the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at Michigan State University (East Lansing, Michigan), March 2008.
 
“New Varieties of Pragmatist Religious Thinking: McClean and Boisvert,” invited commentary at the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at Michigan State University (East Lansing, Michigan), March 2008.
 
“Waging Peace, Deepening Democracy: The Prophetic, Transformative Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.,” invited Martin Luther King Celebration Lecture and podcast at the College of Wooster (Wooster, Ohio), January 2007.
 
“Pragmatist Catholicisms,” invited presentation to Philosophers in Jesuit Education at Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Baltimore, MD), December 2007; invited presentation and at the Annual Meetings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association at Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), November 2007.
 
“On the Passing of Richard Rorty and the Future of American Philosophy,” invited paper presented to the New York Pragmatist Forum (New York, New York), November 2007.
 
Deeply Democratic Education for Whole Persons in Twenty-First Century Global Contexts,” invited paper presented at an international conference on “Reconstructing Democracy for a New World” at the University of Calabria (Cosenza, Italy), May 2007.
 
“Cultivating Cosmopolitan Pluralism: Democratic Community Amidst Diversity after Huntington and Benhabib,”invited paper presented at an international conference on “Democracy and Diversity in the Pragmatic Tradition” co-sponsored by the Center for Diversity Studies and the Center for Dewey Studies at Koln University (Cologne, Germany), May 2007.
 
“Tragic Meliorism in Democratic Living: Risking Our Hopes on Direct Citizen Participation,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at the University of South Carolina (Columbia, South Carolina), March 2007.
 
“Deweyan Catholicism,” invited presentation at Annual Meetings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association at Dennison University (Granville, Ohio), October 2006.
 
“Defending James from Tiercelin’s Peirce,” invited commentary on Claudine Tiercelin’s Inaugural Lecture, “The Pragmatists and the Human Logic of Truth,” Philosophy Lecture Series at Fordham University (Bronx, New York), September 2006, and also to the New York Pragmatist Forum (New York, New York), September 2006.
 
“Mutual Liberatory Love in the Public Square,” invited paper presented at a conference on “Love in the Public Square” at Malloy College (Hempstead, New York), April 2006.
 
“Democratic Epistemology and Social Hope,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (San Antonio, TX), March 2006; invited paper presented at Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Chicago, IL) and New York Pragmatist Forum (New York, New York), September 2004.
 
“Dr. Dewey’s Metaphysical Therapeutic for America’s Post-9/11 Democratic Disease: Cultural Revitalization and Political Re-inhabitation,” invited lecture to The New York Pragmatist Forum (New York, New York), February 2006.
 
“Hope’s Progress: The Contemporary Significance of Dewey’s Thought: Deepening Democracy in Global Contexts,” invited lecture at the 2005 Sino-American Conference at Fudan University (Shanghai, China), May 2005.
 
“Which Path to Deep Democracy: Rorty’s Neo-Pragmatist Civic Religion or Dewey’s Pragmatist Social Inquiry?" invited lecture, Inaugural Conference of the Center for Dewey Studies, Cologne University (Cologne, Germany), April 2005.
 
“Social Hope and Knowledge of History: Rorty vs. Dewey,” invited paper presented at Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (San Francisco, California), March 2005.
 
“A Pragmatist Case Study: Can Fordham University Be Both Catholic and Feminist?” invited paper presented to The New York Pragmatist Forum (New York, New York), March 2005.
 
“Enlightened Provincialism, Open-Ended Communities, and Loyalty-Loving Individuals:
Royce’s Progressive Prescription for Democratic Cultural Transformation,” blind-reviewed
paper presented at a conference of The Josiah Royce Society on “The Relevance of Royce” at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee), April 2005.
 
“Racial Diversity, Multicultural Solidarities, and America’s Democratic Future,” invited address at Saint Joseph’s College (West Hartford, Connecticut), November 2004.
 
“Native American Spiritualities and Contemporary Realities: The Questions Before Us,” invited remarks at the 2004 Conference on Native American Spiritualities (Orinda, California), August 2004.
 
“Pluralism and Deliberative Democracy,” invited paper presented to the New York Pragmatist Forum (New York, New York), April 2004.
 
“King’s Civil Rights Act Turns Forty: Leading the Beloved Community in the Twenty-First Century,” blind-reviewed essay presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at the University of California, Bakersfield, March 2005; presented to the Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy (New York, New York), February 2005.
 
“King’s Civil Rights Act Turns Forty: Leading the Beloved Community in the Twenty-First Century,” invited Black History Month Keynote Address, Mount Saint Mary’s University (Emmitsburg, Maryland), February 2004.
 
“Democratizing the Churches: Religion and Civil Rights in the Twenty-First Century,” blind- reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Birmingham, Alabama), March 2004.
 
“Transforming World Futures Through Pragmatist Mutual Hospitality: W. E. B. DuBois and Alain LeRoy Locke,” invited paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Denver, Colorado), March 2003.
 
“Positive Psychology and Pragmatist Self-Transformation,” invited paper presented at a session on the Positive Psychology Movement at Eastern Division Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), December 2002.
 
“Deepening Democratic Transformation: Dewey and Feminism,” invited paper at a session on Feminist Interpretations of John Dewey, ed. Charlene Haddock Seigfried, at Annual Meetings of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (Chicago, Illinois), October 2002.
 
“Deliberative Democracy: Communication, Individuation, Transformation,” invited paper presented at a session on “Deliberative Democracy” at Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Chicago, Illinois), April 2002.
 
“Democratic Epistemology: The (In)Compatibility of Knowledge and Social Hope?” blind-reviewed paper at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Portland, Maine), March 2002.
 
“Democratizing the Churches: Religion and Social Hope in a Time of Crisis,” invited paper
presented at Annual Meetings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association (Albany,
New York), November 2001.
 
“Deepening Democracy in Global Contexts,” invited two-day seminar at the Summer Institute in American Philosophy at the University of Vermont (Burlington, Vermont), July 2001.
 
“Deepening Democracy in Diverse Cities: Working Through Differences, Advancing Our Hopes,” invited paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Las Vegas, Nevada), March 2001.
 
“What Is Critical Pragmatism?” (with Leonard Harris), invited presentation to the Alain Locke Society at Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (New York, New York), December 2000.
 
“Pursuing Justice as Mutual Hospitality,” invited keynote speech to Philosophers in Jesuit Higher Education at Annual Meetings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association (Dallas, Texas), November 2000.
 
“Deepening Democracy in Global Contexts,” author’s response to critics at a session on Deep Democracy: Community, Diversity, and Transformation at Biennial Meetings of the Radical Philosophy Association (Evanston, Illinois), November 2000.
 
“Integrating Leopold’s Land Ethic into Ecology Across the Curriculum,” invited panel presentation on “Ecology Across the Curriculum” with Robin Andersen, David Burney, Colin Cathcart, and John Van Buren at Fordham University (Bronx, New York), October 2000.
 
"Democratizing Post-Totalitarian Political Economies through Deweyan Citizen Participation," invited paper presented at the first Central European Pragmatist Forum on “Pragmatism and Values” in Bratislava, Slovakia, May 2000.
 
“Justice: Critical or Hospitable?” a debate with James L. Marsh, sponsored by the Fordham Justice Project, Fordham University (Bronx, New York), April 2000.
 
“The New American Scholar in the Twenty-First Century,” blind-reviewed paper presented to The Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (Indianapolis, Indiana), March 2000.
 
“Why Deep Democracy Matters,” author’s response to critics at a session on Deep Democracy: Community, Diversity, and Transformation, The Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy (New York, New York), January 2000.
 
“Why Religious Experience Matters,” blind-reviewed paper on the topic, “A Century of William James’s Varieties of Religious Experience,” to the Society for the Advancement of American
Philosophy at Annual Meetings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association at St.
Thomas University (St. Paul, Minnesota), November 1999.
 
“The Existential and Metaphysical Background of William James’s Will to Believe,” invited paper presented at Annual Meetings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association at St. Thomas University (St. Paul, Minnesota), November 1999.
 
“Authors Meet Critics” session on my Deep Democracy: Community, Diversity, and Transformation, Mark Johnson’s Philosophy in the Flesh: The Embodied Mind and Its Challenge to Western Thought, and John Stuhr’s Genealogical Pragmatism: Philosophy, Experience, and Community, at the Annual Meetings of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy at the University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon), October 1999.
 
“Race and Gender in the American Pragmatist Tradition: James, DuBois, Dewey, Addams, Locke” invited paper presented at a national conference on “Race and Gender” at Howard University (Washington, D. C.), September 1999.
 
“Deepening Democracy in Central Europe: A Radical Pragmatist Perspective from the American Experience,” invited paper presented at an international conference on “Democracy in Central Europe, 1989-99: Comparative and Historical Perspectives” at the Jagiellonian University (Krakow: Poland), September 1999.
 
“Discovery Epistemologies for Experience Within Nature: Dewey, Wittgenstein, and Traditional Northwest Native American Stories,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon), February 1999.
 
“Cornel West’s Prophetic Pragmatism: Spiritual and Political Aspects of Transformative Justice,” invited paper presented at a session organized by the Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon), February 1999.
 
“Women and Deep Democracy: Transforming Education, Economics, and Environment,” invited paper at a session organized by the APA Committee on the Status of Women at Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Washington, D. C.), December 1998.
 
“Virtues and Values for Deep Democracy: Human Development and the Intellectual Life,” invited paper presented at “Philosophy Born of Struggle V: The Family and the Intellectual Life” at the New School for Social Research (New York, New York), October 1998.
 
“Alain Locke’s Critical Pragmatism and Deep Democracy,” invited session on the Philosophy of Alain L. Locke at the World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Massachusetts), August 1998.
 
“Transforming World Capitalisms through Deweyan Radical Pragmatism,” blind-reviewed paper presented at an international conference on “Democracy and the Post-Totalitarian Experience,” (Karpacz, Poland), May 1998.
 
“Transformative Communication Toward Democratic Communities: Pragmatism or Critical Theory?” blind-reviewed paper presented at Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Chicago, Illinois), May 1998.
 
“Dewey and Royce on the Holy Spirit,” invited paper presented at Annual Meetings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, March 1998.
 
“Alain Locke and Deep Democracy,” invited keynote presentation at Annual Meeting of the Alain L. Locke Society at the Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), December 1997.
 
“Alain Locke and Deep Democracy,” invited paper presented to the Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy (New York, New York), November 1997.
 
“Cultural Democracy and the Meaning of Empire,” invited paper presented at the Fourth Annual Philosophy Born of Struggle Conference at the New School for Social Research (New York, New York), October 1997.
 
“Rorty vs. Royce on the Interpretive Community,” blind-reviewed paper, The American Catholic Philosophical Association Round Table, Sienna College (Loudonville, New York), April 1997.
 
“Alain Locke on Race Contacts, Cultural Imperialism, and the Harlem Renaissance,” blind-reviewed paper presented to the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, New Mexico), March 1997, and the 3rd Annual Philosophy Born of Struggle Conference, Rockland Community College (Suffern, New York), October 1996.
 
“Traditional Stories and ‘Seeing As’: Discovery Epistemologies in Northwest Native American Life,” invited paper presented at the Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Seattle, Washington), April 1996.
 
“Transformative Communication Toward Democratic Communities: Pragmatism or Critical Theory?” blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, University of Toronto (Canada), March 1996.
 
“Feminism, Pragmatism, and Power: An Agenda for Theory,” invited address for a panel on
“Feminist Pragmatism” at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at the University of Toronto (Canada), March 1996.
 
“Teaching for Liberation: Angela Davis’s Critical Philosophy,” invited paper presented at a session sponsored by the Society for Africana Philosophy at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at the University of Toronton (Canada), March 1996.
 
“Alain Locke’s Critical Relativism and the Multicultural Future of Education in America,” invited paper presented at the Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (San Francisco, CA), April 1995; blind-reviewed paper presented at the 46th Annual Northwest Philosophy Conference, Reed College (Portland, Oregon), November 1994.
 
“The Diverse Community or the Unoppressive City: Which Ideal for a Transformative Politics of Difference?” blind-reviewed paper presented at Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Kansas City, Missouri), May 1994.
 
“Choosing Our Multicultural Future: Recognizing Diverse Voices in a Conversation of Hope,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Los Angeles, California), April 1994.
 
“Race and Ethnicity in American Philosophy,” invited panel discussion with Richard Rorty, Richard Bernstein, and Leonard Harris at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at Rice University (Houston, Texas), March 1994. 
 
“Reclaiming the Physical and Women’s Multiple Potentials: Sexuality in Collaborative Cross-Cultural Feminist Theory” (co-authored with Blanche Radford Curry), blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Southeast Women’s Studies Association at the University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida), April 1994.
 
“Crossroads of Race and Gender: Anita Hill as Shero and Enemy” (co-authored with Blanche Radford Curry), blind-reviewed paper presented at a national conference on “Black Women in the Academy: Defending Our Name, 1894-1994,” jointly sponsored by M.I.T. and Radcliff College (Cambridge, Massachusetts), January 1994.
 
“Listening, Speaking, and Hope: King’s Multicultural Community,” invited address presented at the 1994 Celebration of the Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at Seattle University (Seattle, Washington), January 1994.
 
“Which Paradigm for Gender Equity: Sameness or Diversity?” blind-reviewed, “Gender Issues in the Classroom and on Campus,” sponsored by the American Association of University Women and seven professional education associations (Minneapolis, Minnesota), June 1993.
 
“Democratic Reasoning and the Diverse Community in Jurisprudence,” invited paper at Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (San Francisco, California), March 1993.
 
“Transforming World Capitalisms through Radical Pragmatism,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (San Francisco, California), March 1993.
 
“From Ideal Theory to Transformative Framework: American Political Philosophy in the Next Twenty Years,” blind-reviewed paperpresented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee), March 1993.
 
“Elements of a Pragmatic Philosophy of Political Transformation: The Last Writings of Martin Luther King, Jr.,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Eastern Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Washington, D. C.), December 1992; blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio), March 1992.
 
”The Social Construction of a Women’s and Gender Studies Major” (co-authored with Blanche Radford Curry, Suzan Harrison, Carolyn Johnston, and Linda E. Lucas), blind-reviewed paper presented at Southeast Women’s Studies Association Meetings at the University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida), November 1992; blind-reviewed paper presented at a national conference on “Gender in Academe” at the University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida), November 1991.
 
Mythos and Logos in Aristotle’s World: A Feminist Critique and Retrieval,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Louisville, Kentucky), April 1992.
 
“Recognizing Each Other Amidst Diversity: Beyond Essentialism in Collaborative Multi-Cultural Feminist Theory” (co-authored with Blanche Radford Curry), blind-reviewed paper presented at a national Women’s Studies conference at Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, Ohio), April 1992; blind-reviewed paper presented to the Midwest Chapter of Society for Women in Philosophy at Carlton College (Northfield, Minnesota), November 1991.
 
 “Aristotle on Necessary Verticality, Body Heat, and Gendered Proper Places in the Polis: A Feminist Critique,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (Chicago, Illinois), April 1991.
 
“Social Equality: Rule Governance vs. Seeing As,” blind-reviewed paper presented at the Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association (San Francisco, California), March 1991; blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Florida Philosophical Association at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, Florida), November 1990.
 
“Gilligan’s Model of Moral Maturity: A Mid-Feminist Critique,” blind-reviewed paper, First Annual Florida Women’s Studies Conference at Florida International University (Miami, Florida), March 1991; blind-reviewed paper, Annual Meetings of the South Central Women's Studies Association at the University of Houston at Clear Lake (Houston, Texas), April 1989.
 
“The Feminine Principles and Women’s Proper Place in Aristotle’s Politics: A Feminist Critique and Retrieval,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Florida Philosophical
Association at Florida State University (Tallahassee, Florida), November 1989.
 
“The Importance of Place in Aristotle’s Politics,” blind-reviewed paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Florida Philosophical Association at Bethune-Cookman College (Daytona Beach, Florida), November 1988.
 
“Three Contemporary Controversies over Sex Equality,” blind-reviewed paper presented at Annual Meetings of the Florida Philosophical Association at St. Petersburg Junior College (St.Petersburg, Florida), November 1987.
 
“Ecosystemic Ethics: A Communitarian Analysis,” blind-reviewed paper presented to the Florida Philosophical Association at Stetson University (DeLand, Florida), November 1986.
                                                                                    
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
 
Fordham University, Bronx, New York (Fall 1996-Present)
 
     Professor of Philosophy
 
     Co-Director of Women’s Studies, Fordham College at Rose Hill (2004 – Present)
 
     Undergraduate Courses Taught:
Philosophical Ethics
Feminist Theories in Intercultural Perspective
African American Philosophy
Native American Philosophies
Business Ethics
Philosophy of Human Knowledge
 
     Graduate Seminars Taught:
American Pragmatism: Classical and Contemporary
The Philosophy of William James
The Philosophy of John Dewey
Dewey and Rorty
Community and Democracy
 
Seattle University, Seattle, Washington (1993-1996)
 
            Assistant Professor of Philosophy
 
            Undergraduate Courses Taught:
     Native American Philosophy
     African American Philosophy
     Business Ethics
     Introduction to Philosophy & Critical Thinking
     Philosophy of the Human Person
     Ethics 
 
Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida (1984-93)
 
Associate Professor of Ethics and Applied Philosophy
                                                                  
Undergraduate Courses Taught:
     American Philosophy
                 Native American Philosophy
     Ethics
     Business Ethics
                Contemporary Ethical Theory
                 Ethics: Tradition and Critique
     Social and Political Philosophy
     Contemporary Political Philosophy
     Varieties of Marxism
     Philosophy of Political Transformation
     Feminist Theory
     Philosophy of Gender
     Ancient Philosophy
     17th and 18th Century Philosophy
     Aesthetics
     Philosophy and Film
     The Bloomsbury Group: A Synergy of Ideas (at the London Studies Centre)
     Informal Logic and Critical Thinking
     Judeo-Christian Perspectives on Contemporary Issues (Senior Ethics Seminar)
     Western Heritage I & II (Freshman Humanities Seminar)
     Letters Collegium Senior Seminar
 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1982-1984),
 
Instructor
 
Undergraduate Courses Taught:
     Ethics
     Introductory Logic
     Introduction to Political Philosophy
     Life, Death, and the Power of the State: Contemporary Moral and Legal Dilemmas
 
            Graduate Course Co-Taught: Political Philosophy (with Prof. John Wallace)
 
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND MEMBERSHIPS
 
Founding Co-Convenor, The New York Pragmatist Forum (2004 – Present)
 
National Committee Member, The American Philosophical Association
     Member, APA Committee on the Status of Women (1998 – 2000 and 2010-2012)
     Member, APA Committee on the Status of Native Americans (2000 - 2001)
 
Past President, Philosophers in Jesuit Education (Fall 2007 – Fall 2008)
 
Past Director, The American Catholic Philosophical Association (Fall 2006 – Fall 2009)
 
Officer, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (1992 – Present)
     Local Host, 39th Annual Meeting at Fordham University Lincoln Center (March 2012)
     Program Liaison to the Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy (1996 – Present)           
     Program Liaison to the American Catholic Philosophical Association (1999 – 2009)
     Jane Addams Prize Committee Member (2007 – 2008)
     Nominations Committee Member (2004- 2006) 
     Program Committee Co-Chair (1994 – 1995)
 
Secretary-Treasurer, Society for the Study of Africana Philosophy (2003 – Present)
 
Executive Board Member, The Alain Locke Society (1997 – Present)
 
Board Member At-Large, The Josiah Royce Society (2009-2011)
 
Member, The William James Society
 
Member, Society for Women in Philosophy
 
Member, Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
 
Professional Member, American Planning Association
 
Professional Member, American Institute of Certified Planners
 
Manuscript and Book Reviewer:
·        The Journal of Speculative Philosophy
·        Transactions of the C. S. Peirce Society
·        International Philosophical Quarterly
·        Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy
·        Fordham University Press
·        Vanderbilt University Press
·        The Pennsylvania State University Press
           
Contributing Editor, Contemporary Pragmatism (January 2008 – Present)              
3/3/13
 
            
 

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