People do these year-end rundowns of accomplishments, and I find they’re helpful to draft what will ultimately become my performance review that I’ll have to file sometime this spring term. So, voila: Writing I published 2 peer reviewed articles: “Is…

In the Q&A at my Goldsmith’s talk, part of the conversation was about how to do more just and ethical scholarship. Given what I had discussed about Ashon Crawley’s critique of Philosophy-capital-P as a practice of enclosure [1], I was…

Today I’ll be speaking at Uni Sussex. Here’s the text of the talk.

I’m speaking today at Goldsmiths University. Here’s the text of my talk.

My friend Jill has a tradition of blogging every day in December, and this year she asked people to join her. I will try to join her. I just finished a book manuscript the day after Thanksgiving, and that means…

I’m speaking at the University of Cardiff on November 30th. This is the text of my talk; the intro is printed below.   Traditionally, in Anglo-American and Continental philosophy, music is addressed as the object of philosophical analysis: it is…

In the last few weeks, each day seems to bring news that yet another handful of prominent men are serial sexual assailants and/or harassers. As a feminist political philosopher, I know that this is not a matter of bad apples,…

I’m giving a talk at the end of the month at the Future Sounds of Pop Music conference in Bern. Here’s the (too)full text of the talk. I’ve reprinted the introduction below. Looking at US and UK pop from the…

I’m talking about “Chill Moderation & Feminine Loudness” today (Friday 10/27/17) at the NEPCA meeting in Amherst, MA. Here is the copy of the outline I’ll be speaking from.