Recent Faculty Publications
Beever, Jonathan and Vernon W. Cisney (eds). 2016. The Way of Nature and the Way of Grace: Philosophical Footholds on Terrence Malick's
The Tree of Life. Northwestern University Press.
Mason Cash, 2013. Cognition without borders: 'Third wave' socially distributed cognition and relational autonomy. Cognitive Systems Research
. Volumes 25–26, December 2013, Pages 61–71 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cogsys.2013.03.007
Favela, L. H. (Forthcoming). Consciousness is (probably) still only in the brain, even though cognition is not. Mind and Matter
Favela, L. H. (Forthcoming). An introduction to radical embodied cognitive neuroscience. Proceedings of A Body of Knowledge - Embodied Cognition and the Arts conference CTSA UCI 8-10 Dec 2016.
Favela, L. H., & Martin, J. (2016). “Cognition” and dynamical cognitive science. Minds and Machines
Favela, L. H., & Chemero, A. (2016). An ecological account of visual “illusions.” Florida Philosophical Review.
Moralez, L., & Favela, L. H. (2016). Thermodynamics and cognition: Towards a lawful explanation of the mind
. In A. Papafragou, D. Grodner, D. Mirman, & J. C. Trueswell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
(pp. 948-953). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.
Van Rooij, M. M. J. W., & Favela, L. H. (2016). A nonlinear dynamical systems theory perspective on dual-processing accounts of decision-making under uncertainty
. In A. Papafragou, D. Grodner, D. Mirman, & J. C. Trueswell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
(pp. 1673-1678). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.
Favela, L. H., Coey, C. A., Griff, E. R., & Richardson, M. J. (2016). Fractal analysis reveals subclasses of neurons and suggests an explanation of their spontaneous activity
. Neuroscience Letters
, 54-58. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2016.05.017
Favela, L. H., & Chemero, A. (2016). The animal-environment system
. In Y. Coelllo & M. H. Fischer (Eds.), Foundations of Embodied Cognition: Volume 1: Perceptual and Emotional Embodiment
(pp. 59-74). New York, NY: Routledge.
Amon, M. J., & Favela, L. H. (2015). The complex experience of touching metallic, damp, and slimy things
. Theory & Psychology
, 543-545. doi: 10.1177/0959354315576382
Favela, L. H. (2014). Radical embodied cognitive neuroscience: Addressing “grand challenges” of the mind sciences
. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
, 1-10. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00796
Favela, L. H., & Chemero, A. (2014). The value of affordances
: Commentary on Barrett, The perception of religious meaning and value: An ecological approach. Religion, Brain & Behavior
, 147-149. doi: 10.1080/2153599X.2013.816343
Van Rooij, M. M. J. W., Favela, L. H., Malone, M. L., & Richardson, M. J. (2013). Modeling the dynamics of risky choice
. Ecological Psychology
, 293-303. doi: 10.1080/10407413.2013.810502
Van Rooij, M. M. J. W., Favela, L. H., Malone, M. L., & Richardson, M. J. (2013). A dynamical model of risky choice
. In M. Knauff, M. Pauen, N. Sebanz, & I. Waschsmuth (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
(pp. 1510-1515). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.
Favela, L. H. (2016). Review of Discovering the human connectome by Olaf Sporns
. Philosophical Psychology
, 153-156. doi: 10.1080/09515089.2014.946595
Favela, L. H. (2014). Review of Networks: An introduction by M. E. J. Newman
. Dynamical Systems Magazine
, October 2014
Favela, L. H. (2016, April). Consciousness is (probably) still only in the brain even though cognition is not. The Reality of Experience. The Institute for Prospective Cognition and the Society for Mind Matter Research, Illinois State University. Chicago, IL.
Favela, L. H. (2016, April). Crosscutting biology and engineering via fractals. (Re)Engineering Biology: The Emerging Engineering Paradigm in Biomedical Engineering, Systems Biology, and Synthetic Biology. Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA.
Favela, L. H. (2016, April). From the armchair to the street: Phenomenology and the visually impaired. Experimental Philosophy as Applied Philosophy. The 2016 Ratio Conference and 7th Conference of Experimental Philosophy UK. Reading, United Kingdom.
Favela, L. H., & Chemero, A. (2015, November). An ecological account of visual “illusions.” 61st Annual Meeting of the Florida Philosophical Association. St. Augustine, FL.
Favela, L. H. (2015, May). Extended mind, life, and death. Life and Death: Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives. San Diego, CA.
Favela, L. H., & Amon, M. J. (2015, May). Touch as a unisensory, interaction-dominant sense. Fifth Annual Midwestern Cognitive Science Conference, Mackinac Island, MI.
Favela, L. H., & Chemero, A. (2015, April). Preliminary evidence for extended cognitive systems. 106th Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, New Orleans, LA.
Favela, L. H., Coey, C. A., Griff, E. R., & Richardson, M. J. (2014, November). Fractal analysis of spontaneous activity in single neurons (Poster). 44th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C. Abstract published in Program No. 272.06. 2014 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2014. Online at http://tinyurl.com/SfN2014
Favela, L. H., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Chemero, A. (2014, August). Augmenting the sensory judgment abilities of the visually impaired. 122nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Abstract available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/e553822014-001
Favela, L. H., Jinks, A. K., & Chemero, A. (2014, June). Getting a grip on extended cognition. North American Meeting of the International Society for Ecological Psychology, Miami University, Oxford, OH.
Favela, L. H. (2014, May). Motivating a nonreductive approach to social cognition. In L. H. Favela (Co-Chair) & A. Chemero (Co-Chair), Why Can’t We Be Friends: Reductive and Nonreductive Treatments of Social Cognition. Symposium conducted at the 26th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA. Abstract published in Program of the 26th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, CA, 2014. Online at http://tinyurl.com/APS2014-Symposium
Favela, L. H., Riley, M. A., Shockley, K., & Chemero, A. (2014, May). Perception-action judgments normally made with vision more accurately made with touch (Poster). 26th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA. Abstract published in Program No. X-143. Poster Sessions of the 26th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science (pp. 36-37). San Francisco, CA, 2014. Online at http://tinyurl.com/APS2014-X143
Favela, L. H. (2014, April). An empirically viable extended cognition. Philosophy Colloquium, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.
Favela, L. H. (2015). Pink: The sweet spot of extended cognition. The Philosophers' Cocoon.
Favela, L. H. (2015). Extended mind, extended life? The Philosophers' Cocoon
Favela, L. H. (2015). What is complexity science? The Philosophers' Cocoon
Favela, L. H. (2015). What's the big deal about illusions? The Philosophers' Cocoon
Flanagan-Feddon, Christy. “To ‘let religion itself speak:’ Feuerbach and Religious Consciousness in Modern Culture." Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory 14.2 (2015): 338-349.
Contributions to the ‘Pragmatic Turn’ in the Study of Religion,” Paper
presented at the University
of Central Florida Faculty Colloquium Series, 2014.
“Revisiting Feuerbach: Nature as Epistemological Horizon,” Paper
presented at South
Carolina Society for Philosophy Annual Meeting, 2014.
Flanagan-Feddon, Christy. (2016, December 19). On Idols and Idolatry: Feuerbach, Trump, and Female Self-Identity [Web log post]. Retrieved from https://philosophygoestochurch.wordpress.com/
Ann Gleig and Lola Williamson,eds., Homegrown Gurus: From Hinduism in America to American Hinduism
(Albany: SUNY Press, November 2013) [Link]
External Mindfulness, Secure (Non) Attachment and Healing Relational Trauma: Emerging Models of Wellness for Modern Buddhists and Buddhist Modernism, Journal of Global Buddhism
Vol. 17 2016 http://www.globalbuddhism.org/jgb/index.php/jgb/article/view/170/185
Prominent Buddhist Women in the West. In Oxford Bibliographies in Buddhism. Ed. Richard Payne. New York: Oxford University Press (2015)
Diversity and Deep Inclusivity at the East Bay Meditation Center: From Buddhist
Modernism to Buddhist Postmodernism? Contemporary Buddhism: An Interdisciplinary Journal Vol 15: 2 (2014)
From Buddhist Hippies to Buddhist Geeks: The Emergence of Buddhist Postmodernism? Journal of Global Buddhism
Vol 15 (2014) http://www.globalbuddhism.org/15/gleig14.pdf
From Tantra to Theravada: The Making of an American Buddhist Tantra, Contemporary Buddhism: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 14:2 November 2013
Queering Buddhism or Buddhist De-Queering? Reflecting on Differences amongst Western LGBTQI Buddhists and the Limitations of Liberal Convert Buddhism, Journal of Theology and Sexuality Vol. 18:3 (2012)
Wedding the Personal and Impersonal in West Coast Vipassana: A Dialogical Encounter between Buddhism and Psychotherapy, The Journal of Global Buddhism
Vol 13 (2012) http://www.globalbuddhism.org/jgb/index.php/jgb/article/view/129/144
Researching New Religious Movements From the Inside-Out and the Outside-In: Methodological Reflections on Collaborative and Participatory Approaches, Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions 16:1 (August 2012)
The Return of the Repressed: Psychoanalysis As Spirituality, Journal of Implicit Religion 15:2 (2012)
Desire in Buddhism: Poison and Antidote, in Kent Brintnall Macmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks, Religion: Embodied Religion (New York: Macmillan, 2016)
Cyborg Buddhas, and Enlightenment as an Epic Win: Buddhism, Technology, and the
New Social Media, in Istvan Keul, ed. Religion, Technology, and Science in South and East Asia (Routledge, 2015)
Remembering Sri Aurobindo and the Mother: The Forgotten Lineage of Integral Yoga with Charles Flores in Mark Singleton and Ellen Goldberg, eds., Gurus of Modern Yoga (New York and London: Oxford University Press, 2013)
From Being to Becoming,Transcending to Transforming: Andrew Cohen and the Evolution of Enlightenment, in Gleig and Williamson, Homegrown Gurus.
The Shadow of the Roshi: Sex, Scandal and Secrecy in American Zen Buddhism, Sweeping Zen
Buddhism Beyond Borders
edited by Scott Mitchell and Natalie Quli Journal of Global Buddhism
Vol 16 (2015) http://www.globalbuddhism.org/jgb/index.php/jgb/article/view/164/179
Shaun Gallagher, Bruce Janz, Lauren Reinerman, Patsy Morrow and Jörg
Trempler, A Phenomenological Analysis
of Awe and Wonder: Towards a Non-Reductive Cognitive Science.
Macmillan, projected 2015 publication. http://www.palgrave.com/page/detail/a-neurophenomenology-of-awe-and-wonder-shaun-gallagher/?sf1=barcode&st1=9781137496041
“Response to Jonathan Chimakonam,
‘Conversational Philosophy as a New School of Thought in African Philosophy: A
Conversation with Bruce Janz’” Journal of World Philosophies
. December 2016. https://scholarworks.iu.edu/iupjournals/index.php/jwp/article/view/635
“Philosophy-in-Place and the Provenance of
Dialogue”, South African Journal of Philosophy
34:4 (2015): 480-490. Special
issue, ‘Contrasts and contests about philosophy’. https://www.academia.edu/19695688/Philosophy-in-Place_and_the_Provenance_of_Dialogue
"Place, Philosophy, and Non-Philosophy" Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology
25:3, p 20-22. https://www.academia.edu/8350704/Place_Philosophy_and_Non-Philosophy
"The Location(s) of Philosophy: Generating and Questioning New Concepts in African Philosophy" Philosophia Africana
16:1, p 11-24. https://www.academia.edu/8179919/The_Location_s_of_Philosophy_Generating_and_Questioning_New_Concepts_in_African_Philosophy
Shaun Gallagher, Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Brandon
Sollins, Bruce Janz.
simulated environment to investigate experiences reported during space travel” Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science
(2014): 1-19. https://www.academia.edu/5889119/Using_a_simulated_environment_to_investigate_experiences_reported_during_space_travel
Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Brandon Sollins, Shaun
Gallagher, and Bruce Janz.
“Neurophenomenology: An Integrated Approach to Exploring Awe and Wonder.” South
African Journal of Philosophy
32:4 (2013): 295-309. https://www.academia.edu/5889182/Neurophenomenology_an_integrated_approach_to_exploring_awe_and_wonder
"Elements of Philosophy-in-Place: Learning from African Philosophy" in Murat Ates et al eds, Orte des Denkens - Places of Thinking
. Verlag Karl Alber.
“Philosophical Questions, Flowing Like Currents”,
in Kishor Vaidya ed, Philosophy for the Curious: Why Study
Philosophy. The Curious Academic Publishing.
Instrumentalization in Universities and the
Creative Potential of Race”, Pedro Tabensky & Sally Mathews eds. Being
At ‘Home’: Race, Institutional Culture and Transformation at South African
Higher Education Institutions.
University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2015: 273-296. https://www.academia.edu/8179763/Instrumentalization_in_Universities_and_the_Creative_Potential_of_Race
“Hermeneutics and Intercultural Understanding”,
Jeffrey Malpas ed Routledge Companion to Philosophical Hermeneutics.
Routledge Press: 474-485. https://www.academia.edu/10006992/Hermeneutics_and_Intercultural_Understanding
"Why Boehme Matters Today" Sarah Apterei & Ariel Hessayon, eds. An Introduction to Jacob Boehme: Four Centuries of Thought and Reception
Routledge Press, 2013: 279-293. https://www.academia.edu/3690214/Why_Boehme_Matters_Today
"Questioning Texts: Philosophy-in-Place and Texts Out of Place," William Sweet and Richard Feist, eds. Migrating Texts and Traditions
. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2012: 287-303. http://www.academia.edu/2446270/Philosophy-in-Place_and_Texts_Out_of_Place
"Forget Deleuze," Lorna Burns and Birgit M.Kaiser eds. Postcolonial Literatures and Deleuze: Colonial Pasts, DifferentialFutures.
Basingstoke, England:Palgrave Macmillan, 2012: 21-36. http://www.academia.edu/2024669/Forget_Deleuze
“Peripherality and Non-Philosophy in African
Philosophy: Gender, the Environment, and Other Provocations” International Colloquium on Marginalisation in African Philosophy: Women and the Environment. University of Calabar, Nigeria
“First- Second- and Third-Person Self
Understanding, the Truman Show Delusion, and the Forensics of Self.” UCT
Colloquium Series, Cape Town, South Africa
“The Edges of (African) Philosophy”, Philosophy
in Africa, Africa in Philosophy lecture series, UCT, Cape Town, South Africa
“What Is African Philosophy?” Philosophy Society, University of Cape Town, South Africa
“Creating and Activating Concepts in Place: The
Example of African Philosophy” The 11th
East-West Philosophers’ Conference: “Place”. University of Hawai’i Manoa,
“Hacking the Urban Unconscious: Urban
Exploration, Desire, and Anxieties of Place” Orders and Disorders in Spatiality workshop, University of Memphis.
“The Place That Is Not Here – Derrida’s Africa
and the Haunting of Place” Derrida as a
Maghrebian Philosopher Seminar, Cornell University
“African Philosophy and its Questions” paper in panel titled “The Future of Research in African Philosophy,” African Studies Association, San Diego
"Free Space in the Academy" D. C. S. Oosthuizen Memorial Lecture, Rhodes University, South Africa
“Dialogues and Dialects: Rethinking Dialogue
through African Philosophy” St. Augustine College, Johannesburg
“Is it Possible Africanize the Philosophy
Curriculum in Universities in Africa?” African
Philosophy Workshop: What Are You Teaching Me? Africanizing the Philosophy
Curricula in Universities in Africa University of the Witswatersrand Philosophy Department
“Refiguring the scholarly process, rethinking
university practice – Scholarly cognition, place, and the creation of concepts.” Critical Pedagogy of Place Workshop, Rhodes University, South Africa.
“Scholarly Cognition and the Virtual Space of
Academia” St. Augustine College, Johannesburg, SA
“Conceptualizing DH for Multiple Audiences:
Folkvine and Chinavine.” Digital
Humanities 2015. Sydney, Australia.
“We’re World Class!: Orlando’s Successive
Attempts at Self-Definition and the Proposed University of Central Florida
& Valencia College Downtown Campus.” Libidinal
Circuits, 3nd Annual Conference of The International Association for the
Study of the Culture of Cities, Liverpool UK.
“Scholarly Cognition, Digital Humanities and
Africa” African Studies in the Digital
Age Workshop. University of Michigan.
“Hacking the Urban Unconscious – Code, Cities,
and Place-Making Imagination” Affective
Cities: Scenes of Innovation II. 2nd Annual Conference of The International
Association for the Study of the Culture of Cities, Toronto ON August 5-7 2014.
“Are There Limit Conditions for Philosophical
Habitation? Torture and the Exhaustion of Dwelling” Torture and Solitary Confinement: Phenomenology and Ethics. Memphis
TN, April 11-12 2014.
“Digital Place and Urban Space” Wits Institute
for Social and Economic Research (WISER), University of the Witswatersrand,
Johannesburg, South Africa, March 13, 2014.
“Ontological and Cognitive Wonder” Department of
Philosophy, Rhodes University, Grahamstown South Africa, March 19, 2014.
“Pushing the Limits of African Philosophy”
Department of Philosophy, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein South
Africa, March 25, 2014.
“Pushing the Limits of African Philosophy”
University of Johannesburg Dept. of Philosophy, Johannesburg, South Africa.
March 12, 2014.
“Torture, Solitary Confinement and Place”
Department of Philosophy, University of Ft. Hare, East London, South Africa,
March 20, 2014.
“The Location(s) of
Philosophy: Generating and Questioning New Concepts in African Philosophy”
American Philosophical Association Conference, Baltimore, MD, December 2013.
“Elements of Philosophy-in-Place: Learning from
African Philosophy”. Places of Thinking:
On the Claim to Inter-“Cultural” Philosophy. Vienna, Austria, September
“Instrumentalization in Universities and the
Creative Potential of Race”, Institutional Culture Roundtable, Rhodes
University, 12-13 September, Grahamstown South Africa.
“Wondering at Wonder: The Phenomenology of
Unprecedented Experience” Exploring
Awe and Wonder. University of Central Florida, Orlando FL 6-8 September
“Digital Place and
Urban Space” Poeticizing the Urban
Apparatus: Scenes of Innovation Culture of Cities Conference, New York,
August 13-15 2013.
“Phenomenology and Ethnophilosophy”,
Contribution to Roundtable on Ecological Phenomenology. World Congress of Philosophy, Athens, Greece, August 2013.
“Deleuzian Code Theory: Can the Materiality of
Territorialization Survive in the Digital Age?” Sixth Deleuze Studies International Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.
July 8-10, 2013.
“The Betweenness of Code”, International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and
Place (IASESP), University of Florida, Gainesville, FL April 26-28, 2013.
Brandon Sollins, Lauren Reinerman-Jones, Shaun
Gallagher, and Bruce Janz, “An
Integrated Approach to Exploring Awe and Wonder.” Phenomenology and its Futures. Johannesburg, South Africa March
“The Places that are
Africa: Taking Africa Seriously as a Philosopher” Florida Atlantic University Undergraduate Student Conference Keynote
Address, February 22, 2013.
Alex J. Katsaros, Philip Peters, Bruce Janz, Rosalyn Howard, and Robb
Lindgren (University of Central Florida) “Interactive Expeditions: Designing,
Deploying, and Evaluating Real-Time Learning Delivered Live via Mobile
Satellite Communications” International Higher Education Teaching and Learning
Conference, Orlando, 13-15 January 2013.
“African Philosophy and Philosophy-in-Place,”
Roundtable on New Currents in African Philosophy, African Studies Association, December 1, 2012, Philadelphia PA.
“Theories and Questions in the Context of
Disciplines” International Conference of
Information Systems (ICIS) 2012 Special Interest Group Philosophy and
Epistemology of IS (SIGPHIL) Workshop on IS Theory: State of the Art.
Orlando, Florida, December 17, 2012.
“In Awe of It All: Hermeneutical Analysis of
Astronauts’ Experiential Descriptions” Space,
Science and Spirituality Workshop, Berlin, Germany, June 15, 2012.
“Virtual Experience in
Keith Harder’s Children of Icarus
Series,” Catalogue, Children of Icarus
show. February 2013.
Kuang, Lanlan. Dunhuang
Performing Arts: The Construction and Transmission of “China-scape” in the
Global Context, Social Science Academic Press. ISBN: 978-7-5097-8755-7. Available in: Harvard-Yenching Library; Princeton-Marquand
Library of Art and Archaeology; OSU
Music and Dance Library; Univ. Toronto East Asian Library; UCLA East Asian Library
Kuang, Lanlan. “‘Otto’ and ‘Rumi’:
A Case Study on the Constitutive Interactions between Foreign
Traveling Artists (Jingpiao) and Jingdezhen’s Ceramic Cultural
Landscape, Folklore Research, Vol. 6, (November 2016).
Kuang, Lanlan. “Staging
the Silk Road Journey Abroad: In the Case of Dunhuang Performative Arts,” M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture (October 2016).
Kuang, Lanlan, “Impact of Multimedia and Agency on
Safeguarding and Promoting Folk Songs as Intangible Cultural Heritage,” Safeguarding
and Promotion of Folk Songs in the Contemporary Society. Vinh (Vietnam):
Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (VICAS), 2015, p.125-150.
Rudy McDaniel and Lanlan Kuang. 2015. "Cross-Cultural Cinematic Communication: Learning from the Information Design Process for a Sino-American Film Competition," in Communication Design Quarterly.
Kuang, Lanlan. “(Un) consciousness? – Music in the Daoist Context of
Nonbeing (wuwei 无為),” Music and Consciousness 2, Edited
by David Clarke, Eric Clarke and Ruth Herbert. Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming)
Kuang, Lanlan. “Tang Dynasty (A.D. 681-907) Poetic
Narratives of Musical Cosmopolitanism,” Music and
Literature in Asian History, Edited by David Dennen. Brill Word and Music Studies series. (Manuscript in Progress)
Yongguang. “Approaching Chinese Arts from A Changing Perspective,” Review of Dunhuang Performing Arts: The Construction and
Transmission of “China-scape” in the Global Context, by Kuang Lanlan. Wu dao (Dance) 2017(2): 76-77.
Available in: Yale
University Library; Cambridge
Zhang, Duo. “New Ethnographic Insights in Research on
Dunhuang Arts —Review of Lanlan Kuang’s new book Dunhuang Performing Arts,”
Review of Dunhuang Performing Arts: The
Construction and Transmission of “China-scape” in the Global Context, by Kuang Lanlan. Folklore Cultural Forum 2016(5): 117-120.
Available in: Stanford University Library
University Library (Japan)
A Philosophy of Sacred Nature: Prospects for Ecstatic Naturalism. Eds. Leon J. Niemoczynski and Nam T. Nguyen (Lexington Books, 2014).
Shelley M. Park, 'When we handed out the crayolas, they just stared at them:' Deploying metronormativity in the war against FLDS mothers, Philosophy in the contemporary world. Vol 23:1 (Spring 2017) 71-90.
Shelley M. Park, A virtual pulse: Cautionary notes about public mourning in a digital age
. APA Newsletter on LGBTQ issues in philosophy
Vol 16:1 (Fall 2016) 3-6.
Shelley M. Park, Classic media review of Hedwig and the angry inch by John Michael Cameron, dir., Queer studies in media and popular culture Vol 1:1 (2015) 125-128.
Shelley M. Park, The feminist killjoy in the room: The costs of caring about diversity. Florida philosophical review Vol. 13 (Winter 2014) 36-47.
Shelley M. Park, Review of Blended: Writers on the stepfamily experience by Samantha Waltz, ed., Journal of Motherhood Initiative, Vol. 7:1 (2016).
Shelley M. Park, Review of Confronting postmaternal thinking: Feminism, memory and care by Julie Stephens. APA newsletter on feminism and philosophy, Vol. 13:1 (Fall 2013) 21-24.
Shelley M. Park, Review of Philosophical inquiries into pregnancy, childbirth, and mothering: Maternal subjects by Sheila Lintott and Maureen Sander Staudt, eds., Notre Dame philosophical reviews (May 2012).
Shelley M. Park, Helicopter
Moms and Smart Homes: Fears of the (M)other in the Surveillance State.
PhiloSOPHIA, Boca Raton, FL. April 2017.
Shelley M. Park, Mothering
Queerly, Queering Motherhood, Keynote address to University of South Carolina—Upstate,
Bodies of Knowledge Symposium. March 2016.
Shelley M. Park, FLDS
Mothers as Subaltern Subjects. University of Calgary, Department of
Philosophy 50th Anniversary Lecture Series, Calgary, Alberta. January
Shelley M. Park, Polyamory
is to Polygamy as Queer is to Barbaric? Queer Kinship and Relationship
Conference. Zalesie Mazury, Poland. June
Shelley M. Park, When
Feminism and Queerness Collide: The Case of Jian Ghomeshi. Popular Culture
Association. New Orleans, LA. April 2015.
Shelley M. Park, Cyborg
Mothering: The Ethics of Care in a
Technological Era. Florida Philosophical Association. Tampa, FL.
Shelley M. Park, The Diversity Problem in Philosophy.
Florida Philosophical Association. Deland, FL. November 2013.
Shelley M. Park, "Good” (Queer) Mothers
and “Bad” (Queer) Mothers: Contested Representations
of Polygamist Women in Popular Culture. Plenary Address to Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement. Toronto,
ON, June 2013. Also presented to the Cultural Studies Association. Chicago, IL, May 2013.
Shelley M. Park, One and Only One Mother? Resisting Monomaternalism. Florida Philosophical Association. November 2012.
Shelley M. Park, Where are All the Cyborg Mothers? Reflections on the Posthuman Maternal Body. Canadian Society for Women in
Philosophy. Calgary, AB, October 2012.
Out’ Possessive Individualism: Freedom and Belonging in Samuel Delany’s The Mad Man.” Modern Fiction Studies, 62.1 (Spring 2016): 92-114. Print
Shrubsole, Nicholas. Secularization,
Dispossession, and Forced Deprivatization: The Conditions of Public Religion
and the Protection of First Nations’ Sacred Space. Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses. 45(3) 2016: 335 –359.
Shrubsole, Nicholas. Denying and Limiting Religious Freedom: Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia, 2015. The Ecumenist 52(4), 15.
Shrubsole, Nicholas. The Decision in Ktunaxa
Nation v. British Columbia, 2014: Theology in the Courts and Indigenous
Religious Freedom. The Ecumenist
51(4) 2014: 8–13.
Shrubsole, Nicholas and P. Whitney Lackenbauer.
The Gustafsen Lake Standoff. In Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront the Canadian
, eds., Yale Belanger and P. Whitney Lackenbauer.
Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 314–355.
Tom Bailey and Valentina Gentile, eds. Rawls and Religion (New York: Columbia University Press, 2014). Journal of Church and State 58(3) 2016: 560-562.
Panelist. Precarious Lives: Economy, Identity, and Luck in Contemporary Academia. American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. San Antonio, TX, November 2016.
Shrubsole, N. The End
of Indigenous Religious Freedom in Canada? The Ktunaxa Nation Defeat in the
British Columbia Court of Appeals (2015). Native American and Indigenous
Studies Association Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, May 2016.
N. Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia, 2014: Theological Exclusivity and
Indigenous Religious Freedom. Native American and Indigenous Studies
Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, June 2015.
Shrubsole, N. ‘Religions
Plus:’ Constitutional Contradictions and an Argument for the Special Protection
of Indigenous Religious Freedom in Canada. American Academy of Religion Annual
Meeting. San Diego, CA, November 2014.
Shrubsole, N. and K. Green. “Please Resist, It
May Be All There Is”: The Secularization Debate in the Punk Rock Subculture.
Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences/Canadian Society for the Study
of Religion, St. Catherine’s, ON, June 2014.
Shrubsole, N. Religion, Recognition and
Consultation in Kelly Lake Cree Nation v. British Columbia. Indigenous Studies
Summer Program Participants’ Panel, Columbia University, June 2014.
Shrubsole, N. First Nations Sacred Sites and
Section 2(a): Cases from British Columbia and the Challenge of Natural Physical
Space for Religious Freedom in a Liberal Democratic Canada. Congress of the
Humanities and Social Sciences/Canadian Society for the Study of Religion,
Victoria, BC, June 2013.
Shrubsole, N. Sacred Sites and Religious
Rights: Indigenous Religious Freedom and Sacred Sites in the Secular Canadian
State. Public Presentation, St. Paul’s University College in the University of
Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, March 2013
Shrubsole, N. Reflection, Agency and Active Learning. In Faculty Focus 15(1) 2016: 8-9.
Stanlick, Nancy A., ed. The Essential Leviathan
. Indianapolis: Hackett, 2016.
Stanlick, Nancy A. and Michael Strawser. Asking Good Questions: Case Studies in Ethics and Critical Thinking
. Indianapolis: Hackett, 2015.
Stanlick, Nancy A. American Philosophy: The Basics
. London: Routledge, 2013.
Stanlick, Nancy A. "Gratitude, Forgiveness, and Philosophy," Presidential Address, Florida Philosophical Review. Vol. XIII, 2014.
Stanlick, Nancy A. "One Hundred Years of American Ethics: Pluralistic, Pragmatic Coherence," Vol. 11: Historical Essays in 20th Century American Philosophy, ed. John R. Shook, Series Editor, Richard T. Hull. Philosophy Documentation Center, 2015: 409-430.
Kierkegaard and the Philosophy of Love
. Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.
Asking Good Questions: Case Studies in Ethics and Critical Thinking.
Co-authored with Nancy Stanlick. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett Publishing Company, 2015.
"Erotic Perfectionism in Jewish Rationalist Philosophy
." Soundings: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Humanities
96:2 (2013): 189-213.
"Kierkegaard's Erotic Reduction and the Problem of Founding the Self." Narrative, Identity, and the Kierkegaardian Self.
Eds. John Lippitt and Patrick Stokes. Edinburgh University Press, 2015.
"Why Spinozists and Kierkegaardians Should Love Each Other." Irreconcilable Differences
. Eds. Jason C. Robinson and David A. Peck. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, an imprint of Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2015.
"Kierkegaard filosofo del amor." Conversaciones sobre Kierkegaard
. Coords. Catalina Elena Dobre, Rafael Garcia Pavon, Luis I. Guerrero, Leticia Valadez. Sociedad Iberoamericana de Estudios Kierkegaardianos. Mexico, 2014. 62-63.
"Teaching the Art of Erotics." Desire, Performance, and Classification: Critical Perspectives on the Erotic
. Ed. Jessica Pfeffer. Oxford, UK: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2013.
George Pattison, Kierkegaard: The Aesthetic and the Religious
. Kierkegaard Secondary Literature
, Vol. 18, Tome III, Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources
, Routledge, 2016.
Pat Bigelow, Kierkegaard and the Problem of Writing
. Kierkegaard Secondary Literature
, Vol. 18, Tome II, Kierkegaard Research: Sources, Reception and Resources
, Routledge, 2016.
Daniel Conway (ed.), Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling: A Critical Guide
, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews: An Electronic Journal
(January 11, 2016).
Kevin Aho, Existentialism: An Introduction
. The Review of Metaphysics
LXIX.1 (September 2015): 115-116.
Jill Gordon, Plato's Erotic World: From Cosmic Origins to Human Death
. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review/Revue canadienne de philosophie
53.2 (June 2014): 375-377.
Chris Danta, Literature Suspends Death: Sacrifice and Storytelling in Kierkegaard, Kafka and Blanchot. Religion and Literature 44.3 (Autumn 2012): 261-263.
"The Edified Mind: How Philosophy Can Unite People," Presidential Address, Florida Philosophical Association
, 62nd Annual Meeting, Melbourne, Florida, November 4, 2016.
"Kierkegaard's Feeling for Love," The Redemption of Feeling: The Religious Existentialists Conference
, Queens College, NY, December 3-4, 2015.
"Kierkegaard's Phenomenology of Love: Love's Immediacy," Søren Kierkegaard Society, American Academy of Religion, San Diego, CA, November 22, 2014.
"Asking Good Questions: Case Studies in Ethics and Critical Thinking," with Nancy Stanlick, Association of Practical and Profession Ethics 23rd Annual International Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, March 1, 2014.
"On Love and Fearful Trembling," Søren Kierkegaard Society Meeting at the Eastern
Meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Baltimore, Maryland,
“Why Spinozists and Kierkegaardians Should Love
Each Other,” Kierkegaard Circle Conference: Celebrating SK at 200
, Trinity College, University
of Toronto, Canada, April 6, 2013.
"Kierkegaard's Phenomenology of Love," Kierkegaard on Love and the Passions International Conference, Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre
, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, August 24, 2012.
"Kierkegaard and Phenomenology," Conference on Kierkegaard and the Philosophical Traditions
, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, August 10, 2012.
Tendencies and ‘A Warm Heart for the Cold,’” Syndicate, A Special
Symposium: Ferguson and Theology, August 27, 2014.
and Speaking as Two Sides of the Same Coin: Negotiating Dualisms in
Intercultural Feminist Collaboration,” with
Eunice Kamaara and Elisabeth Vasko, Journal
of Feminist Studies in Religion 28.2 (2012), 49-67.
Out in the Wilderness: Queer Youth and American Catholicism,” in More than a Monologue: Sexual Diversity and
the Catholic Church, Volume I: Voices of Our Times, edited by Christine
Firer Hinze and J. Patrick Hornbeck II (New York: Fordham University Press, 2014),
Peter Nynäs & Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip, Religion, Gender and Sexuality in Everyday
Life (Farnham & Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012) in Journal of Contemporary Religion 29.3 (2014), 571-572.
and/or F-ing Queer: ‘A Permanent Exercise
of Serious Doubting’” accepted for presentation at the Annual Conference of the
American Academy of Religion, San Diego, CA, November 24, 2014.
Ethics, and Graduate Studies,” Fieldwork and Christian Ethics interest group,
the Annual Meeting of the Society of Christian Ethics, Seattle, WA, January 11,
“Calling Out in the Wilderness: Is 'Nones' an
Appropriate Designation?” Annual
Conference of the American Academy of Religion, Baltimore, MD, November 26,
“de rigueur: A Preliminary Study of Terms,” Ethics and Sexualities
working group, the Annual Meeting of the Society of Christian Ethics, Chicago,
IL, January 4, 2013.
“Does It Get Better?
Considering the ‘Capacity to Persevere in a [Queer and] Livable Life,’” Annual Conference of the
American Academy of Religion, Chicago, IL, November 20, 2012.