Entries tagged with ‘philosophy’

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy)

Lisa Heldke published “Hospitality as Ethics” in a special issue of New Philosopher devoted to the topic of food.

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy)

Lisa Heldke spent two days with the Elon University Philosophy Department, where she delivered the Reynolds Lecture. Her lecture was entitled “Guts, Dirt and Fundamental(ish) Metaphysical Categories.”

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy)

Lisa Heldke has been chosen to receive the 2017 Excellence in Scholarship award, given by the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society.

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy)

Lisa Heldke served as the Attaway Scholar at Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana. In that role, she gave a presentation entitled “Who’s In Your Refrigerator? The Role of Local Foods in the Quest for a Sustainable Food System” and participated in philosophy classes.

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy)

Lisa Heldke served as the Distinguished Speaker for the Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition meeting, held in conjunction with the annual American Anthropological Association conference held in Minneapolis. Her talk, on November 21, was entitled “It’s Chomping All the Way Down: Guts, Dirt and Fundamental(ish) Metaphysical Categories.” No one threw up.

Lisa Heldke (Philosophy)

Lisa Heldke was the featured speaker at Macalester College’s observation of World Philosophy Day, an annual event created by UNESCO to recognize the value of philosophy in the contemporary world. Her talk was entitled “We’re All Parasites: Eating, Guts, and Fundamental Metaphysical Categories. Astonishingly, despite the title, refreshments were still enjoyed by the audience.

Lisa Heldke, 2016 Faculty Service Award Winner, Philosophy Department

Lisa Heldke was selected as the 2016 recipient of the Gustavus Faculty Service Award. Presented each year at Founder’s Day, this award is the highest accolade a Gustavus faculty member can receive for distinguished service activities.

Lisa Heldke, 2004 Carlson Award Winner, Philosophy Department

Lisa Heldke Most of us can think back to a special teacher who touched us in a significant way. Perhaps, a teacher who gently guided you in the process of finding yourself. A teacher who changed the direction of your life and affected how you view the world. A teacher who influenced you in ways […]

Douglas Huff, 1992 Carlson Award Winner, Philosophy Department

Douglas Huff The Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching is awarded each year to a faculty member who, in the eyes of colleagues and students, has demonstrated unusual gifts as an instructor. Nominations from faculty and students are sifted by a panel of experts, former Edgar Carlson Award winners, and discussed at great length […]