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Rochelle (Roxy) Green joined the Department of Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies at UALR in Fall 2011. Before joining UALR, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor at St. Mary‚Äôs College of Maryland and Goucher College in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Green has also taught in Southern California at California State University, Fullerton and Mount Saint Mary‚Äôs College. Green received her Ph.D. from the University of Oregon and specializes in 19th and 20th Century Continental Thought, Social and Political Philosophy, and Feminist Philosophy.
Green is currently the Executive Secretary for the Eastern Division of the Society for Women in Philosophy. She, with Dr. Allison Merrick, received the National Endowment for the Humanities Enduring Questions Grant in Spring 2013.
“A Moment of Truth” in Defiant Daughters: 21 Women on Art, Activism, Animals, and The Sexual Politics of Meat, edited by Wendy Lee: Lantern Books, forthcoming March 2013.
“Re-evaluating the Meaning of Success: Pedagogy Outside the Classroom” in Because My Story Matters: Struggle and Success on Higher Education‚Äôs Frontlines, edited by Jennifer Levi and Susan Bernadzikowski, forthcoming.
“Nostalgia, Past and Future Hopes” in Movements in Time: Revolution, Social Justice and Times of Change, edited by Cecile Lawrence and Natalie Churn: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
Hope: Probing the Boundaries, co-edited with Janet Horrigan.¬† Oxford, UK: The Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2007.
“Hope and the Ethics of Dying,” with Janet Horrigan in Hope: Probing the Boundaries, Oxford, UK: The Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2007.
“Care, Domination, and Representation,” with Bonnie Mann and Amy Story in Journal of Mass Media Ethics, vol. 21, no. 2-3, pp. 177-195, 2006.
Selected Conference Presentations:
“Marcel and Bloch: Existential and Political Hope,” The Society for the Study of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture Annual Conference, Victoria, Canada: June 2013.
“Hope, Post-Humanism, Biopower,” invited paper, California State University, Fullerton 43rd Annual Philosophy Symposium, “Rethinking Feeling: The Nature and Importance of Affect and Emotion,” Fullerton, CA: April 2013.
“The Critique of Nostalgia and the Remembrance of the Future” 36th International Association of Philosophy and Literature Annual Conference: “Archaeologies of the Future: Tracing Memories/ Imagining Spaces,” Tallinn University, Estonia: June 2012.
“Capitalism and Violence, or The Violence of Capital” 10th Annual Global Conference on Violence: Probing the Boundaries, Prague, Czech Republic: May 2012.