Engaged Philosophy comprises a group of philosophers who aim to promote civic engagement in philosophy. The Engaged Philosophy website states:
Engaged Philosophy aims to help other philosophy professors—and their students—join us in civic engagement. The site facilitates organizing, participating in, sharing, studying, and disseminating the results of civic engagement projects in philosophy classes by showcasing examples of student work and by providing syllabi, results, and references. We are piloting Engaged Philosophy at our three institutions: Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon; Anoka Ramsey Community College in Coon Rapids, Minnesota; and St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota.
I recently did an interview with Susan Hawthorne of Engaged Philosophy. In the interview, I talk about (among other things) the relation between my research and my activism, the popularity of the Dialogues on Disability series, what motivates me to do public philosophy, the impact of BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY, who inspires me to do the work, and the importance for public philosophers of finding a philosophical community.
You can read or listen to my interview with Engaged Philosophy here: https://www.engagedphilosophy.com/2020/09/05/shelley-tremain/
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