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Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in America (Marquis) 1998-2009
(52nd through 63rd editions)
Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who of American Women (Marquis) 1997-2009
(20th through 27th editions)
Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in the World (Marquis) 1998-2008
(15th through 25th editions)
Selected for inclusion in Who’s Who in American Education (Marquis) 2004-2006
(6th and 7th editions)
Nominated for Distinguished Teaching Award 1997-1998
Campus Award, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Distinguished Teaching Award (Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society) 1997
of G. W. F. Hegel (editor). Pennsylvania State University Press, 1996.
The book is part of the Re-Reading the Canon series done under the general direction of Nancy Tuana.
Woman, Nature, and Psyche. New Haven:
Yale University Press.
An exploration of the theoretical connection between critical theory and feminism.
“Hegel's Antigone” in The Owl of
Minerva (Vol. 17 No. 2).
This essay was reprinted in several major works on Hegel, including Hegel, volume II, ed. David Lamb, (The International Library of Critical Essays in the History of Philosophy: Ashgate Pub. Ltd., 1998);
The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader: A Collection of Critical and Interpretive Essays, ed. Jon Stewart (SUNY Press, 1998); and in Hegel and Law, ed. Michael Salter (Philosophers and Law Series: Ashgate Pub. Ltd., 2002).
Redux: Woman in Four Parts” in The Owl of Minerva:
The Journal of the Hegel Society of America (Vol. 33 No. 2, Spring/Summer 2002).
“‘Feminist’ Sympathy and Other Serious Crimes: A Reply
to Swindle” in The Owl of Minerva:
The Journal of the Hegel Society of America (Vol. 24 No. 1, Fall 1992).
“Feminism and Ecology:
On the Domination of Nature” in a special issue of Hypatia:
A Journal of Feminist Philosophy (Vol. 6 No. 1, Spring 1991).
last updated 5 Oct 2009