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Humphrey Professorship Winter 2013: Anita Superson

The Humphrey Professorship in Feminist Philosophy is an endowed position that allows a visiting scholar in feminist philosophy to spend a semester in residence at the Philosophy Department every few years.  Each Humphrey Professor offers a series of lectures, teaches a seminar, and mentors graduate and senior undergraduate students. You can find more information about the professorship, visit the UW Philosphy page.

During her professorship, Dr. Anita Superson, visiting from the University of Kentucky, taught PHIL 402/673 (WS 422): Studies in Feminist Philosophy/Philosophy of Sex: Bodily Autonomy. She also offered three public lectures:

Humphrey Professorship Fall 2011: Ann Garry

The Humphrey Professorship in Feminist Philosophy is an endowed position that allows a visiting scholar in feminist philosophy to spend a semester in residence at the Philosophy Department every few years.  Each Humphrey Professor offers a series of lectures, teaches a seminar, and mentors graduate and senior undergraduate students. You can find more information about the professorship, visit the UW Philosphy page.

During her professorship, Dr. Ann Garry taught PHIL 402/673 (WS 422): Modern Feminism, Social Epistemology:  Injustice and Epistemologies of Ignorance. She also offered three public lectures: