Ann V. Murphy
Office: Humanities 547
Hours: By appointment
- B.A. (Grinnell College, '96)
- Ph.D. (University of Memphis, '02)
At UNM, I teach classes on ethics, bioethics, political philosophy, philosophy of gender, and contemporary continental thought. Examples of recent graduate seminars include Critical Phenomenology and Philosophies of Violence and Nonviolence. Additionally I teach medical ethics in the UNM BA/MD program and am core faculty in the Certificate Program in Clinical Ethics at the UNM Health Sciences Center.
“Merleau-Ponty and the Innocence of Ontology.” Chiasmi International: International Trilingual Studies Concerning the Thought of Merleau-Ponty. No. 19. 2017.
VIOLENCE AND THE PHILOSOPHICAL IMAGINARY. SUNY Press. 2012.
“Corporeal Vulnerability and the New Humanism.” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy. Special Issue on the Ethics of Embodiment. Eds. Debra Bergoffen and Gail Weiss. Volume 26, No.3. 2011.
“’Violence is Not an Evil:’ Ambiguity and Violence in Simone de Beauvoir’s Early Philosophical Writings.” philoSOPHIA: a journal of continental feminism. Volume 1, no.1. 2010.