Entries tagged with ‘philosophy’

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke’s (Philosophy) story “The Potluck League” was published in the latest issue of the journal Food, Culture & Society.

Faculty Spotlight: Peg O’Connor

Peg O’Connor (Philosophy) is prominently featured in “Is Dry January a Little too Dry for you?” in Salon magazine.

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy) published an essay entitled “Parasitic Personhood” in the anthology “Co-Operative Aesthetics: A Quasi-Manifesto for the 21st Century,” edited by Gioia Laura Iannilli.

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy) gave a lecture at Colby College — “The Aesthetic Value of Disgusting Experiences: Ruminations on my Compost Bucket” — as part of the Colby Center for the Arts and Humanities yearlong lecture series, “Food for Thought.”

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy), along with her co-creator Cynthia Belliveau from the University of Vermont, is the recipient of the 2022 John Dewey Society Award for Outstanding Achievement, for their creation of the John Dewey Kitchen Institute. The award is given to “that individual or those individuals who, in the judgment of the committee, has or […]

Faculty Spotlight: Peg O’Connor

Peg O’Connor (Philosophy) had an op-ed in USA Today on the necessity of legislation to legalize pot including limits on its potency. Additionally, her series, “Philosophy Stirred, Not Shaken,” on psychologytoday.com has now reached more than 2 million total views.

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy) presented a paper entitled “I Know I Am But What Are You? Paul Thompson on the Ethical Irrelevance of Dietetics” at the Food Ethics Futures conference held at Michigan State University.

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy) published an essay “A Private Snack of Crackers and Butter” in the anthology Food in Memory and Imagination, edited by Beth Forrest and Greg de St. Maurice (Bloomsbury Press).

Faculty Spotlight: Peg O’Connor

Peg O’Connor (Philosophy) published an article, “Women Overdosing in the Pandemic,” in the International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics. Additionally, O’Connor has an article, “Are You Deceiving Yourself,” in the January/February 2022 print magazine, Psychology Today, and is also a featured contributor in that issue.

Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Heldke

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy) had papers included in two recently-published anthologies: “A Private Snack of Crackers and Butter” was published in the book Food in Memory and Imagination: Space, Place and, Taste, edited by Beth Forrest and Greg de St. Maurice (Bloomsbury). “Recipes for Theory Making” was reprinted in A Philosophy of Recipes: Making, Experiencing, and […]