THESIS SUPERVISION

 

Jennifer Parks, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University, Master’s thesis on “Respect for Life, Respect for Women, and the Treatment of ‘Spare’ Human Embryos,” 1991-August, 1992.

Blaine Rehkopf, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University. supervision of preliminary work for Master’s thesis on “The Problem of ‘Identity’ at the Modern/Post Modern Interface,” later retitled, “Sheer Poetry/Shear Danger: Michel Foucault, Subjectivity, and the Necessity of Radical Reinvention,” 1991-November, 1992.

Andrea Nicki, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University. Master’s thesis on “Woman and Death,” 1992-May, 1993.

Peninah Brickman, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University. Master’s thesis on “Ought One Promise to Love Someone? An Analysis of the Morality of Promising Sexual Love,” February - October 17, 1994.

Christine Koggel, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University, Ph.D. thesis on “A Feminist Theory of Equality,” October, 1992-November 25, 1994.

Sharon Read, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University. Master’s thesis on “Gestational Arrangements and the Search for the ‘Real’ Mother,” April, 1993 - May 26, 1995.

Tara Hillis, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University. Master’s thesis on “Liberation, Identification, and the Matter of Bodies: Reconsidering Judith Butler’s Assumptions,” January, 1994 - September 15, 1995.

Carolyn McLeod, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  Master’s thesis on “Adopting a Better View of Pregnancy: An Analysis of Barbara Katz Rothman’s Woman-Centred Model of Pregnancy and the Medical Model,” January, 1995 - October 6, 1995.

Atessa Izadpanah, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  Master’s thesis on “Speech Acts, Convention and Authority: Pornography is What it Does,” December 2004 - September 23, 2005.

Andy Hryhorowych, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  Master’s thesis on “Varieties of Omnipotence and the Validity of the Problem of Evil,” 2004 – May 23, 2006.

Tanya Oja, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  Master’s thesis on “Considering Childlessness:  An Argument for the Extrication of Childbearing and Motherhood from the Concept of Womanhood,” 2007 – August 25, 2008.

 

Cristyne Hebert, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  Master’s Research Paper on “Epistemic Oppression:  Understanding Across the Lines of Privilege,” March 2010 – September 30, 2010.

Sheri Lucas, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  PhD thesis on metaphilosophy, 2004 – present. 

Tabitha Bernard, Department of Women’s Studies, Mount Saint Vincent University (Halifax).  Master’s thesis on Ethical and Social Policy Issues of Planned Unassisted Childbirth, June 2007 – present.

 

Katherine (Kassy) Wayne, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  PhD thesis on procreative beneficence, June 2010 – present.

 

Radhika Tikku, Department of Philosophy, Queen’s University.  PhD thesis on gender and the epistemology of ignorance, June 2010 – present.

 

 

 

 

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