I teach at two of the University of Wisconsin Centers--UWC-Baraboo/Sauk County, and UWC-Richland. I will be at Baraboo on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the Spring 1997 semester, and at Richland on Mondays and Wednesdays. My office at Baraboo is A125; at Richland, I will be found in the faculty group office (room 435?).
Ethics (offered at both campuses during Spring 97)
Human Nature, Religion, and Society (offered at both campuses during Spring 97)
Introduction to Philosophy (offered Fall semester)
others: Logic; Feminist Philosophy; Philosophical Ideas in Literature; Environmental Ethics
Feminism, animal rights, and the intersection of the two; the cognitive value of emotions, especially the emotions of grief and regret; empathy.
I am involved in the Alliance for Animals, a statewide educational and activist organization.
Ph.D., Fordham University, 1978.
"Through a Looking Glass, Darkly," with Patricia Roby, Journal of Correctional Education, 1991.
American Philosophical Association