Philosophy Casting Call s02e03: Pedagogies of Resistance w/Danna Aduna

In this episode, Danna Aduna, assistant professor of philosophy at the University of the Philippines: Baguio, tells Élaina why she no longer wants to teach male philosophers and how she gets creative with assigned syllabi by experimenting with different ways of running her classrooms.

Content note: This episode contains non-graphic discussions of sexual harassment, sexual violence, and misogyny.

You can follow Danna’s activism on and on Twitter @TimesUpAteneo and @WomenDoingPhilo.

Books mentioned in this episode:

Living The Feminist Life, by Sara Ahmed

Epistemic Injustice: Power and the Ethics of Knowing

Miranda Fricker

Experience, Identity & Epistemic Injustice within Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries, by Chloe K. Gott

Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny, by Kate Manne

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About elainagmamaril

Philosopher focusing on philosophy of disability, mass disablement in general and long-COVID in particular, and zombies.

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