Philosophy of Science, Feminism and Science,
Epistemology, Contemporary Pragmatism
Sharyn Clough specializes in the philosophy of science and epistemology more generally, with a focus on the intersection between these areas and feminist theory. Her work is informed by the contemporary pragmatist approaches to philosophy of language associated with Quine, Davidson and Rorty.
A Pragmatist Approach to
Feminist Science Studies.
Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield (2003).
|Siblings Under the Skin:
Feminism, Social Justice
and Analytic Philosophy.
Aurora, Colorado: Davies Publishing (2003).
Dr. Clough regularly teaches a lower division course in epistemology (PHL 251) as well as formal logic (PHL 321), ancient Greek philosophy (PHL 301) and upper level seminars in the philosophy of science (PHL 470/570). Seminars in feminist science studies (PHL 407), and religion and philosophy (PHL 436) are usually offered every other year.
Phl 470/570 Philosophy of Science
Phl 436/536 Philosophy and Religion
Phl 407/507 Feminism, Knowledge, & Science
Phl 321 Symbolic Deductive Logic
Phl 251 Knowers, Knowing, Known
Phl 160 World Religions - Honours
(the latest versions of these course outlines are available to registered students via Blackboard)