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GUEST FACULTY SPEAKERS

 

David Abram
Wild Being

 

Bill Martin, (Philosophy, De Paul)
Animals and truth: At the limits of humanism, Marxism, and deconstruction

 

Roger Gottlieb, (Philosophy/Religious Studies, Worcester Polytechnic)
The Spirit of Ecological Democracy

 

Peter Steeves, (Philosophy, De Paul)
The Man Who Mistook His Meal for a Hotdog

 

John Sanbonmatsu, (Philosophy, Worcester Polytechnic)
On the Animal Question

 

Ben Hale, (Philosophy and Environmental Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder)
Tongue Tied: How Non-human Animals Lose their Voice in Habermas's Discourse Ethics

 

Carol Gigliotti, (Emily Carr Institute, Vancouver)
The Case for Critical Animal Studies

 

Len Lawlor, (Philosophy, Memphis)
“Auto-Affection and Becoming: Following the Rats” (Derrida and Deleuze)

 

Irene Klaver, (Philosophy/Religious Studies, UNT Denton)
Dead River Talking

 

Al Lingis, (Philosophy, Penn State)
Understanding the Intelligence of Other Species

 

Donald Turner, (Philosophy, Nashville State Community College)
The Trace of God in the Trace of the Other Animal

 

Cary Wolfe, (English, Rice)
Flesh and Finitude: Diamond, Derrida, Coetzee

 

Carrie Rohman, (English, Pittsburgh)
Animality and the Aesthetic: Coetzee, Grosz, and A Dog’s Voice

 

Kari Weil, (College of Letters, Wesleyan University)
The Aesthetics of Attunement or Looking at Animals Looking

 

Ralph Acampora, (Philosophy, Hofstra)
Inventionist Ethology: Sustainable Designs for Reawakening Human-Animal Interactivity

 

OTHER VANDERBILT PARTICIPANTS

 

Ellen Armour (Divinity)
Michael Bess (History)
Beth A. Conklin (Anthropology and Religious Studies)
Colin Dayan (English)
Sara Figal (Germanic & Slavic Languages)
Lisa Guenther (Philosophy)
Richard King (Religious Studies)
Jonathan Lamb (English)
Kelly Oliver (Philosophy)
Gay Welch (Religious Studies)
David Wood (Philosophy)