I’m an Associate Professor and currently the Philosophy Department Head at the University of the Fraser Valley located on unceded Sto:lo Nation territory. I teach social/political philosophy, environmental ethics and feminist philosophy, and my research is in social/political philosophy, feminist philosophy, Indigenous philosophy, and social epistemology. >>>

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February 28, 2024

A sad little box o’ cake

The ultrasound tech told us she had to get the radiologist. >>>

“Teaching Indigenous and Pragmatist Philosophies of Place”, 12th Central European Pragmatist Forum (CEPF), University of Vienna, Austria, June 2024. With the theme “Pragmatism as Global Philosophy”, 30 invited participants, distributed evenly between Europeans and Americans, gather to discuss their work.

My chapter “Pragmatism and Indigenous Philosophy” is included in The Bloomsbury Handbook of Pragmatism (March 2024).

Graffiti and Colonial Unknowing: A Comment on Mishuana Goeman’s “Caring for Landscapes of Justice in Perilous Settler Environments”,” The Pluralist, 19.1 (Spring 2024).

Indigenizing Philosophy on Stolen Lands: A Worry about Settler Philosophical Guardianship”, Inter-American Journal of Philosophy, 12.2 (Fall 2021), and The Pluralist,17.1 (Spring 2022).

My paper “Indigenizing Philosophy on Stolen Lands: A Worry about Settler Philosophical Guardianship” won two awards at the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (SAAP) 2021 Annual Meeting.

The Inter-American Philosophy Award
Best submitted paper concerning Latin American, Latino/a, or indigenous philosophies across the Americas.

Douglass Greenlee Prize
Best paper presented by either a graduate student or a person holding a Ph.D. for no more than five years.

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