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Margret Grebowicz

Associate Professor of Philosophy

VM 156


Ph.D. Emory University 2001
M.A.  Emory University 1998
B.A. University of Texas at Austin 1994

Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

20th and 21st Century Continental philosophy, gender and sexuality, posthumanism, philosophy of the environment

Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

The National Park to Come.  Palo Alto: Stanford University Press (2015).

Beyond the Cyborg: Adventures with Donna Haraway. New York: Columbia University Press (2013). (co-authored with Helen Merrick and with an epilogue by Donna Haraway)

Why Internet Porn Matters. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press (2013).

"Glacial Time and Lonely Crowds: The Social Effects of Climate Change as Internet Spectacle."  Environmental Humanities 5 (2014).

"Can Sustainability Be Domesticated?" in Rereading Jean-François Lyotard: Essays on His Later Works. Ed. Heidi Bickis and Rob Shields. London: Ashgate Press (2012).

"Pornography and Democracy: On Speech, Rights, Privacies, and Pleasures in Conflict." Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 26:1 (2011).

"When Species Meat: Confronting Bestiality Pornography." Humanimalia 1:2 (2010), reprinted in New Views on Pornography: Sexuality, Politics, and the Law.  Ed. Lynn Comella and Shira Tarrant.  Santa Barbara: Praeger (2014).

Funded Research

Leverhulme Trust Visiting Scholar, University of Dundee, UK, 2009-10

Awards/Significant Accomplishments

I am also the editor of Gender after Lyotard (SUNY, 2007) and SciFi in the Mind's Eye: Reading Science Through Science Fiction (Open Court, 2007), as well as the co-editor of Still Seeking an Attitude: Critical Reflections on the Work of June Jordan (Lexington Books, 2004).  My work on pornography has been written about in various publications, including Times Literary Supplement, La Repubblica, and Playboy.com.  I am interested in poetry and an active literary translator from my native Polish, with work published in AGNI, Field, World Literature Today, Poetry International, Third Coast, Dear Sir,,Quarterly West, and Stand Magazine, among other journals.  And I currently serve on the Executive Committee of the International Association for Environmental Philosophy.

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