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Emily C. Martin-Hondros <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Michigan State University
|Address:||5741 Ridgeway Drive
Haslett, Michigan 48840
|List Affiliations:||Former List Editor for H-Grad
|Interests:||African American History / Studies
American History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Ph.D., American Studies, Michigan State University, May 2005 (expected)
M.A., Liberal Studies, Women's Studies concentration, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, May 2001
B.A., American Studies and Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 1998
Instructor, Department of English, Michigan State University
English 206 – Survey of Contemporary American Literature, 1980-present, January-May 2003
English 204 – Mentally Ill in America: Madness in 20th Century American Literature, August-December 2002
Instructor, Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities, Michigan State University
IAH 201 – The United States and the World, August 2001-May 2002
Teaching Assistant, Women’s Studies Program, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Women’s Studies 3102 - Changing Realities of Women's Lives, January-May 2001
Women’s Studies 3803 - Feminist Theory Independent Study, January-May 2000
Research and Editorial Assistant to Dr. Rosemarie Tong, January 2000-June 2001
Center for Professional and Applied Ethics and Department of Philosophy
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
“Kim Chernin,” in The Encyclopedia of Women’s Autobiography. Eds. Jo Malin, Ph.D. and Victoria Boynton. Greenwood Press, 2005.
“Anorexia Nervosa: The Illusion of Power, Perfection, and Purity,” in a special issue of Philosophy in the Contemporary World, “Feminism and the Body.” Eds. M. Carmela Epright, Ph.D. and Laura Duhan Kaplan, Ph.D. Spring 2003, 10:1.
“A Psychoanalytic and Feminist Analysis of Anorexia Nervosa,” in Language and the Body. Eds. Laura Duhan Kaplan, Ph.D. and Reginald Raymer, M.A. (forthcoming 2003).
“Anorexia Nervosa: Pleasure and Pain,” in Re-Visions: Journal of the Women’s Studies Program at Michigan State University. Fall 2002.
“Living Across and Through Skins: Transactional Bodies, Pragmatism, and Feminism by Shannon Sullivan,” Teaching Philosophy (TBA).
“Deliberation About the Good: Justifying What We Value by Valerie Tiberius,” Essays in Philosophy (TBA).
“The Language War by Robin Tolmach Lakoff,” Concerned Philosophers for Peace Newsletter (TBA).
“Ethics and Sex by Igor Primoratz,” Teaching Philosophy (March 2002) 25:1.
“A Most Detestable Crime: New Philosophical Essays on Rape by Keith Burgess-Jackson,” Teaching Philosophy (December 2001) 24:4.
“Moral Disagreements by Christopher Gowans,” Essays in Philosophy (June 2001).
President, September 2002-September 2003
Vice President, February 2002-September 2002
Secretary, September 2001-January 2002
American Studies Graduate Student Association (ASGSA), Michigan State University
Conference Assistant, Summer 2002
Music and American Cultures: Fall Festival of American Arts and National Conference, September 2002
American Studies Program, Michigan State University
Faculty of Record Teaching Assistant Representative, January-May 2002
Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities, Michigan State University
Co-Coordinator of Local Arrangements, January-March 2001
Society for Women in Philosophy, Eastern Division Meeting, Charlotte, NC
Guest Lecturer on Anorexia Nervosa, June 20, 2002
Human Food and Nutrition 891 – Dying to Be Thin, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Guest Lecturer on Anorexia Nervosa, April 16, 2002
Women’s Studies 491 – The Female Body in Western Culture, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Guest Lecturer on Body Image, May 17, 2001
Philosophy 4050 - Philosophy of the Body, UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
Guest Lecturer on Sexist Language, April 12, 2001
Women’s Studies 3102 - Changing Realities in Women's Lives, UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
Guest Lecturer on Body Image and Anorexia Nervosa, February 20, 2001
Women’s Studies 3102 - Changing Realities in Women’s Lives, UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC