Ann Clark

Ann Clark

   Emerita Professor of Philosophy
                                      


   

 

 
 

Professor Clark has a wide range of teaching interests that include the history of philosophy, contemporary feminist thought, classical American philosophy, and aesthetics. She has published in all of these areas, and is currently at work on a book that articulates a feminist pragmatism linking the work of John Dewey with that of recent feminist scholars. She has been the recipient of a number of teaching awards and research grants. The latter include a Lilly Open Fellowship, a Knight Foundation SISTAR grant for work with a student colleague, and, most recently, a COSTAR grant for work with a faculty colleague. She spent the 1996-1997 academic year as a visiting scholar at the University of British Columbia Center for Research in Gender and Women's Studies.