Chaone Mallory, Ph.D.
Department of Philosophy
Villanova, PA 19085
|I am Associate Professor of Philosophy at Villanova University, where I teach courses in environmental ethics, environmental justice, green political theory, ecofeminism, food studies, philosophy of place, science and technology studies, and other topics that relate environmental issues to contemporary social, political, and cultural thought. In 2006 I received my Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Studies, and Policy with Philosophy as my focal department from the University of Oregon. Prior to that, I received an MA from the graduate Program in Environmental Ethics in the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies at the University of North Texas. My recent publications have focused on developing the field of ecofeminist political philosophy. Such a field explores questions of political representation and subjectivity for marginalized groups, including women, communities of color, and the more-than-human world, and effects an engagement between environmental philosophy, feminism, environmental justice theory, and social and political philosophy. My research program overall explores intersections of theory and praxis in the service of socially just environmental sustainability. I am also currently developing a collaborative research program in field environmental philosophy and biocultural conservation at the UNT Sub-Antarctic Institute for Biocultural Conservation in Cape Horn, Chile.|
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