Philosophy Prof. Published, Invited to Scholarly Group
Jennifer Hansen, professor of philosophy and associate dean of the First-Year Program, has had two academic articles recently published.
The first was a chapter, titled “Cosmopolitan Hope,” was published in the book Cosmopolitanism and Place, edited by Jessica Wahman, José Medina, and John Stuhr (Indiana University Press, pp. 222-234).
The second was an article Hansen co-authored with Ginger Hoffman, titled “Prozac or Prosaic Diaries? The Gendering of Psychiatric Disability in Depression Memoirs,” which was published in the December 2017 edition of Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology.
Hansen has also been invited to join a small group of leading scholars to participate in the Humanities and Human Flourishing Project, hosted at the University of Pennsylvania. Funded through a Templeton Grant, scholars from eight disciplines in the arts and humanities – including philosophy, history, literature, religious studies, visual art, music, theater, and film – will examine important questions related to human flourishing.
For more information, contact the Department of Philosophy.