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Kristina Grob

Title: Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Department: Division of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education
USC Sumter
Email: grobkris@uscsumter.edu
Phone: 803-938-3862
Office: Schwartz Building, Room 138
Resources: Merit Page
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Teaches or has taught the following courses

Phil 102 (Intro to Philosophy)
Phil 211 (Contemporary Moral Issues)

Education

Ph.D. in Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago, 2014
M.A. in Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago, 2007
M.A. in Women's and Gender Studies, Loyola University Chicago, 2005
B.A. in Religion and Philosophy, Carthage College, 2003

Publications

"Tracking the Transformation from Structural Silence to Harmful Silencing" forthcoming from Southwest Philosophical Studies, 2017.

Presentations

"Antifragility in Ethics Depends on Narrative Resistance and Resistance to Narratives" presented at the Alabama Philosophical Society, 2017

"Tracking the Transformation from Structural Silence to Harmful Silencing" presented at the New Mexico Texas Philosophical Society, 2016

"Expanding Feminist Silences: Moral Formation and Praiseworthy Silence" presented at the Alabama Philosophical Society, 2016

"Clarity, Charity, and Compassion: Training Students to Foster Inclusive Classrooms" co-presented with Merritt Rehn-Debraal at the workshop/conference of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers, 2016

"Literary Art, Moral Growth, and Silence" presented at the University of New Mexico Graduate Conference, 2013

"Smart Porn/Stupid Porn: Questioning the Need to 'Get it Right' About Pornography" presented to the Society for Women in Philosophy, 2008

"Excess, Irony, Biology, and Simone de Beauvoir" presented at the Modern Language Association, 2007


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