Dr. Barbara Andrew

Atrium 275 Ext 3723

andrewb[at]wpunj.edu

CURRENT RESEARCH

Professor Andrew specializes in feminist theory, ethics, social and political philosophy and is interested in fostering dialogue between continental and analytic feminists. Her current research is on the concepts of love and freedom as moral principles. She is working on a book that considers love and freedom as moral principles in conjunction with racial justice, the care/justice debate, and in the work of Simone de Beauvoir.

PUBLICATIONS

Feminist Interventions in Ethics and Politics, edited with Jean Keller and Lisa Schwartzman, Rowman and Littlefield, Spring 2005.

"Introduction," Feminist Interventions in Ethics and Politics, with Jean Keller and Lisa Schwartzman, Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.

"Beauvoir's Place in Philosophical Thought", The Cambridge Companion to Beauvoir, Claudia Card, editor, Cambridge University Press, 2003.

"Peacemaking, Virtues and Subjectivity: A Comment on James P. Sterba's Justice for Here and Now," Race, Social Identity, Human Dignity, Social Philosophy Today, Volume 16, Cheryl Hughes, ed., Philosophy Documentation Center, 2002.

"Angels, Rubbish Collectors, and Pursuers of Erotic Joy: The Image of Ethical Woman," Feminists Doing Ethics, Peggy DesAutels and Joanne Waugh, editors, Rowman & Littlefield, Publishers, 2001.

"Care, Freedom, and Reciprocity in the Ethics of Simone de Beauvoir," Philosophy Today , Volume 42, Number 3/4, Fall 1998.

"The Psychology of Tyranny: Wollstonecraft and Woolf on the Gendered Dimension of War," Hypatia, Volume 9, Number 2, Spring 1994. Reprinted in Bringing Peace Home: Feminism, Violence and Nature, Karen J. Warren and Duane L. Cady, editors, Indiana University Press, 1995.

"Cultivating a Critical Voice in Women's Studies: A New Look at Advertising," (with E. Feder and I. Klaver) Feminist Teacher, Volume 3, Number 8, Summer 1995.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Eastern Division Program Co-Chair, North American Society for Social Philosophy (2005-2010)

Co-Chair of Steering Committee of FEAST (Feminist Ethics and Social Theory) (October 1999-December 2002)

Local Arrangement Chair, North American Society for Social Philosophy, Annual Meeting, July 18-20, 2002.

Pacific Division Program Co-Chair, North American Society for Social Philosophy (April 2000-March 2005)

Editor, The American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Feminism, Fall 1997-Spring 1999. (Co-editor Fall 1998-Spring 1999).

Board of Coordinators, Simone de Beauvoir Circle (June 1998 - December 2000)

Ex Officio member of the American Philosophical Association Committee on the Status of Women, Fall 1997 - Spring 1999

TEACHING INTERESTS

Feminist Theory, Feminist Ethics, Moral Theory, Philosophy of Society and Culture (especially Philosophy of Race), Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy and Literature, Simone de Beauvoir, Mary Wollstonecraft and Hannah Arendt.

RESEARCH LINKS

Association for Feminist Ethics And Social Theory