Department News & Congratulations

  • The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on "Continental Feminism" was updated by a collective of authors, including "Introduction" by Professor Dilek Huseyinzadegan. The authors envision this as an evolving entry on feminist thought. Link here.
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  • Senior philosophy major Devon Bombassei has published an essay, “How to Look at Facebook,” in Philosophy Now, February/March 2021. Read it here.
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  • John Stuhr delivered “Radical Empiricism:  William James and Gilles Deleuze,” his initial presentation in the Università degli Studi di Milano seminar on “Philosophy as a Method of Thinking Practices:  Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, and Post-Structuralism in the Light of Pragmatism.”  The spring 2021 course includes more than 70 faculty members, post-doctoral fellows, and Ph.D. students from over 30 countries. 

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Fall 2020

Please Welcome Our New Faculty & Staff

Dr. Axelle Karera

Axelle Karera received her PhD in philosophy from Penn State University. Prior to joining Emory University, she was assistant professor of philosophy and African American studies at Wesleyan University. Karera works and teaches at the intersection of 20th century continental philosophy, the critical philosophy of race (particularly Black critical theory), contemporary critical theory, and the environmental humanities. In addition to a project on Blackness and ontology, as well as a forthcoming paper on Blackness and hospitality for the journal Diacritics, she is currently completing her first monograph titled The Climate of Race: Blackness and the Pitfalls of Anthropocene Ethics. In the book, Karera turns to the question of relationality in new materialist ontology and speculative realism's purported return to metaphysics. More importantly, the book's investigations attempt to discern the ethical core of critical thought in the age of the Anthropocene, with the aim to attend to its powerful - and perhaps even necessary - disavowals on matters pertaining to racial ecocide. 

Sara Howard

Sara Howard joins the Department of Philosophy with over fifteen years of experience in higher education.  She previously served as the Academic Advisor and Program Specialist for the Department of Art at Florida State University and as the Program Manager for the School of City and Regional Planning at Georgia Tech.  With two degrees in the humanities, focusing on art history and film theory, she retains an interest in transdisciplinary critical and cultural studies.  Outside the walls of academia, Sara also works as a House Manager at the improvisation theater Dad's Garage.