CURRICULUM VITAE Mary Jeanne Larrabee EDUCATION: Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Toronto, June 1974; Dissertation: Static and Genetic Phenomenological
Method in Edmund Husserl's Philosophy; Supervisor: Dr. James C. Morrison; Advisor: Dr. Kenneth Schmitz.
M.A., Indiana University, June 1969; Thesis: The Theory of Constitution in Husserl and Heidegger;
Albert Ludwigs University, Freiburg-im-Breisgau, Germany, 1965-66B.A., Holy Names College (now: University), June 1965; philosophy major. Our Lady of Mercy College, 1960-63
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS: Professor, Philosophy, DePaul University, 1997-present. Professor, Women's Studies & Philosophy, DePaul University, 1994-1997. Associate Professor, Women's Studies & Philosophy, DePaul University, 1993-1994. Associate Professor, Philosophy, DePaul University, 1981-1993. Assistant Professor, Philosophy, DePaul University, 1977-1981. Lecturer, York University, Toronto, Ontario, 1974-1977: Atkinson College, 1974-1977; McLaughlin
College, 1975-1977; Humanities Division, 1975-1977.
Assistant Professor (visiting), Philosophy, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, 1974-75. Tutor, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto, 1972-1973. Instructor, University of Toronto, Ontario, Department of Philosophy, 1969-1972. Teaching Associate, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, Philosophy Department, 1966-1969. ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENT: Director, Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies Program (B.A.), 1/2010-present. Director, Peace/Conflict Resolution/Social Justice Studies Program (minor), 2006-2010. Director (acting), Women's Studies Program, DePaul University, 1993-1994. Director (founding), Women's Studies Program, DePaul University, 1984-1988 SCHOLARLY AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES: PUBLICATION--COLLECTED WORK, EDITOR: An Ethic of Care: Feminist and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York: Routledge, 1992. PUBLICATIONS--ARTICLES: "Husserl on Sensation: Notes on the Theory of Hyle." The New Scholasticism 47 (Spring 1973): 179-203. "Husserl's Static and Genetic Phenomenology." Man and World 9 (June 1976): 163-174. "Hindu Ethics." Listening 14 (Winter 1979): 63-72. "The One and the Many: Husserl and Yogacara Buddhism." Philosophy East and West 31 (January
"Things and God: On Infinity and Transcendence in Husserl." The New Scholasticism 56 (Summer
"Feminism and Parental Roles: Possibilities for Change." The Journal of Social Philosophy 14 (May
"The Genesis of Moral Judgement." Analecta Husserliana 15 (1983): 483-493. "The Noema in Husserl's Phenomenology." Husserl Studies 3 (1986): 209-230. "Time and Spatial Models: Husserl's Theory of Temporality." Philosophy and Phenomenological
"Genesis, Motivation, and Historical Connections." Man and World 22 (1989): 315-328.
"The Contexts of Phenomenology as Theory." Human Studies: A Journal for Philosophy and the Social
"Inside Time-Consciousness: Diagramming the Flux." Husserl Studies 10 (1994): 181-210. "The Time of Trauma: Husserl's Phenomenology and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder." Human Studies:A Journal for Philosophy and the Social Sciences 18 (1995): 351-366.
“The Wordless Nothing: Narratives of Trauma and Extremity,” with Stevan Weine, M. D., and Phillip
Woollcott, M.D. Human Studies: A Journal for Philosophy and the Social Sciences 26, no 3(2003): 353-382.
“Love Knows Nothing: Kierkegaard Meets Zen.” Buddhist Christian Studies (20 pages); accepted for
“Bodies and More Bodies: Trying to Find Experience.” Analecta Husserliana 93 (2006): 75-95. “I Know What a Slave Knows: Mary Prince’s Epistemology of Resistance.” Women’s Studies: AnInterdisciplinary Journal 35, 5 (2006): 453-474.
“The Desire before Desiring: Deleuze, Husserl, and Zen Buddhism.” Society for Asian and ComparativePhilosophy Forum Online 24, no. 48 (Fall 2007): http://www.sacpweb.org/SACP-Forum.pdf or
“Between a Rock and a Soft Place: Finding Creativity in the Face of Oppression.” Analecta HusserlianaPUBLICATIONS--CHAPTERS IN BOOK: "Gender and Moral Development: A Challenge for Feminist Theory." In An Ethics of Care: Feminist and Interdisciplinary Perspectives: 3-16. (see above, Collected Work, 1992)
“Toward a Feminine Imaginary: Irigaray and Voices of the Crone?” In Her Voices: Hermeneutics of theFeminine: 55-71. Fabio DaSilva and M. Kanjirathinkal, eds. Landam, MD: University Press ofAmerica, 1996.
"Searching for Voice: Towards a Phenomenology of Autonomy and Connectedness." In FeministPhenomenology: 267-292. Linda Fisher and Lester Embree, eds. Boston: Kluwer Academic,2000.
"There's No Time Like the Present: How to Mind the Now." In The Many Faces of Time:85-111. John
Brough and Lester Embree, eds. Boston: Kluwer Academic, 2000.
“Phenomenology and Gender.” In The Reach of Reflection: Issues for Phenomenology’s Second Century,
Vol. I: 164-199. Steven Crowell, Lester Embree, and Samuel Julian, eds. Boca Raton: Center forAdvanced Research in Phenomenology & ElectronPress (www.electronpress.com), 2001. PUBLICATIONS--BOOK REVIEWS: Review of John Sallis, ed., Husserl and Contemporary Thought in Husserl Studies 2 (1985): 97-107. Review of The Cambridge Companion to Husserl in Philosophical Review 106, no. 2 (April 1997): 283- PUBLICATIONS--OTHERS: “Thinking at the Edge: Eighth Graders Do Philosophy.” Folio (International Focusing Institute) 19, n. 1
(2004): 99-101; and [click on link under Larrabee]
“Phenomenological Feminism,” “Existentialist Feminism,” “Existentialism,” “Lifeworld.” Encyclopediaof Feminist Theories. Lorraine Code, ed. New York: Routledge, 2000.
“Feminism and Phenomenology." Encyclopedia of Phenomenology. Boston: Kluwer Academic Press,
“The Care Ethics Debate: A Selected Bibliography." The American Philosophical Association Newsletteron Philosophy and Feminism (1991): 102-109; "Feminist Ethics and the Ethic of Care: CourseDescription," 109ff. PUBLICATIONS: PROCEEDINGS OF ACADEMIC MEETINGS
"Husserl and the Motivation to Begin Philosophy." The Proceedings of the Husserl Circle 1980.
Waterloo: Centre for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, 1980.
"Husserl and the Genesis of Morality." The Proceedings of the Husserl Circle 1982. Waterloo: Centre
for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, 1982.
"Phenomenology and the Problems of Traditional Metaphysics." The Proceedings of the AmericanCatholic Philosophical Association 57 (1983): 52-59.
"From Noema to Noema in Husserl." Proceedings of the Husserl Circle (1985). Waterloo: Centre for
Advanced Research in Phenomenology, 1985. 35 pp.
"Husserl's Inner Time-Consciousness: Revising the Spatial Model." The Proceedings of the HusserlCircle (1987): 1-19. Waterloo: Centre for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, 1987.
"From Time to Time: Genesis and Temporality in Husserl." The Proceedings of the Husserl Semi-Centennial Commemorative Conference and the Twentieth Annual Husserl Circle: 472-503. Waterloo: Centre for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, 1988.
"Gender, Creativity, and the Development of Consciousness." (synopsis) Women's Studies International
"Living in the Present: Duality in Husserl's Time Theory." Proceedings of the Twenty-second AnnualHusserl Circle. Waterloo: Centre for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, 1990.
“Abnormalizing Normality: A Husserlian Perspective on the Binaries of Disease/Illness and
Disability/Impairment.” Proceedings of the 35th Annual Husserl Circle, 2003.
SCHOLARLY PAPERS: "The One and the Many: Husserl and Yogacara Buddhism," The Chicago Society for Process Thought,
"Feminism and the Issue of Sex Differences," The Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy, Toronto,
"Notes on a New Theory of Time," commentary, The Society for Phenomenology and Existential
Philosophy, Purdue University, November 1979.
"Husserl and the Motivation to Begin Philosophy," The Husserl Circle, Ohio University, May 1980. "Feminism and Androgyny," The Society for Women in Philosophy, Mercy College, Detroit, October
"On Time in Heidegger's Time and Being, The Chicago Society for Process Thought, meeting in
conjunction with the American Philosophical Association, Milwaukee, April 1981.
"Phenomenological Theology--Its Method and Limitations," commentary, American Catholic
Philosophical Association, St. Louis, April 1981.
"The Genesis of Morality," The Husserl Circle, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, May 1981. "Edmund Husserl and the Genesis of Moral Judgement," The Society for Phenomenology and the Human
Sciences, and the XIth International Phenomenology Congress, Cambridge, Massachusetts,August 1981.
"Feminism and Parental Roles: Possibilities for Change," The Canadian Society for Women in
Philosophy, University of Toronto, October 1981.
"The Dialectics of Sex-Role Research," The Society for Women in Philosophy, Indiana University,
"Phenomenology and the Possibility of Metaphysics," The Society for Phenomenology and Existential
Philosophy, November 1982, Pennsylvania State University.
"The Concept of the Body: East and West," panel discussion, The Society for Asian and Comparative
Philosophy, San Francisco, March 1983.
"The Noema in Husserl's Phenomenology," The American Philosophical Association, Chicago, April
"Phenomenology and the Problems of Traditional Metaphysics," The American Catholic Philosophical
"The Contexts of Theorizing," The Husserl Circle, University of Toronto, May 1984.
"Method and Noema in Husserl," The American Philosophical Association, Chicago, April 1985. "From Method to Noema in Husserl," The Husserl Circle, University of Ottawa, August 1985. "The Politics of Preschool Play: Gender Role Development in the Early Years--A Phenomenological
Analysis," National Women's Studies Association, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign,June 1986.
"Feminism, Phenomenology, and Freudian Psychoanalysis: A Critique of Intersections," commentary,
The Husserl Circle, DePaul University, June 1986.
"Husserl's Inner Time-Consciousness: Revising the Spatial Models," The Husserl Circle, Washington
"An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Gender Role Definitions," accepted for presentation at The Third
International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Trinity College, University of Dublin,Ireland, July 1987.
"The Contexts of Phenomenology as Theory," Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy,
Notre Dame University, October 1987.
"Time and Spatial Models: Temporality in Husserl," American Philosophical Association, New York,
"Gender, Creativity, and the Development of Consciousness," The National Women's Studies
Association, University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, June 1988.
"From Time to Time: Genesis and Temporality in Husserl," The Twentieth Annual Meeting of the
Husserl Circle, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada, June 1988.
"Spatial Models for Husserl's Immanent Temporality," The World Congress of Philosophy, England,
"From Time to Genesis: A Theory of Temporal Awareness," The Society for Phenomenology and
Existential Philosophy, Northwestern University, October 1988.
"Re-Mapping Time in Husserl: A New Look at Early Documents," The Society for Phenomenology and
Existential Philosophy, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, October 1989.
"Essence, Identity, and Constitution: A Comment on Cultural Objects," The American Philosophical
Association, Eastern Division, Atlanta, December 1989.
"Through the Mind-Fields: Finding a Path among Feminist Epistemologies," selected for Society for
Women in Philosophy, Midwestern Division, Michigan State University, February 1990.
"Looking for Commonalities: Toward a Pro-Active Feminist Theory," The National Women's Studies
Association, University of Akron, June 1990.
"Living in the Present: Duality in Husserl's Time Theory." Accepted for presentation at the Twenty-
second Annual Husserl Circle, Ohio University, August 1990.
"The Time of Trauma: Husserl's Phenomenology and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder," The Society for
Phenomenology and Human Sciences, Boston, October 1992.
"Feminists, Trauma, and the Contextualization of Developmental Theory: Rethinking the
Multidisciplinary Interconnections for Health Care," poster session at the conference, "ReframingWomen's Health: Multidisciplinary Research and Practice," October 15-17, 1992, organized bythe University of Illinois at Chicago Center for Research on Women and Gender.
"Dilemmas of Feminist Pedagogy." 1993 National Conference on the Inclusive Curriculum: Setting our
Own Agenda (The New Jersey Project: Integrating the Scholarship on Gender), April 17-18,1993.
"What If He Went Back to the Cave and Found . a Crone: Irigaray and the Visibility of Woman." The
International Philosophy and Literature Association, Duquesne University, May 12-15, 1993.
"Toward a Feminine Imaginary: Irigaray and the Crone." The Society for Phenomenology and Existential
Philosophy, Loyola University at New Orleans, October 21-23, 1993.
"Dilemmas of the Self: Autonomy and Connectedness in Feminism and Developmental Theory." Faculty
Research Seminar, DePaul University, November 1993.
"Rethinking Feminist Pedagogy: Facing Dilemmas." Biennial meeting of the National Association for
Women in Catholic Higher Education, Loyola University at Chicago, June 1994.
"Phenomenologies of the Gendered Self: Feminist Narratives of Autonomy and Connectedness." Invited
for Research Symposium on Phenomenological Feminism, Centre for Advanced Research inPhenomenology, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, November 1994.
"There's No Time like the Present: How to Mind the Now." Invited for Research Symposium on
Phenomenology of Time, Centre for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, Florida AtlanticUniversity, Boca Raton, November 1995.
“Trauma Narratives and Bakhtin.” Presentation with Stephan Weine, M.D., and Phillip Woolcot, M.D.,
for the Narrative and Medicine Group, UIC Medical Center, on Feb. 6, 1998, and for the TraumaStudies Group at UIC Medical Center/Westside Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Feb. 1998.
“Beyond Women as Madness.” Presentation at Feminist Utopias: An International Conference,
University of Toronto, November 2000.
“Phenomenology and Gender.” Invited for Research Symposium, “The Reach of Reflection: Issues for
Phenomenology”s Second Century,” Centre for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, FloridaAtlantic University, Boca Raton, January 2001.
“Disrupting Masculinities: Beyond Binaries.” Faculty Research Seminar, College of the Liberal Arts and
Sciences, DePaul University, October 2001.
“Metaphysics in the Plural: Feminist Ontologies after Postmodernism.” Society for Phenomenology and
Existentialist Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago, October 2002.
“Abnormalizing Normality: A Husserlian Perspective on the Binaries of Disease/Illness and
Disability/Impairment.” The Husserl Circle, Fordham University, June 2003.
“What Lies Between: Finding Knowledges in Ignorance–Women’s Slave Narratives.” The Rock Ethics
Institute’s conference on “The Ethics and Epistemologies of Ignorance,” Pennsylvania StateUniversity, March 2004.
"Bodies and More Bodies: Trying to Find Experience in Theorized Medical Bodies," Chicago Medicine
and Narrative Group, University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center, April 9, 2004.
“Rethinking Kant to Husserl,” commentary on D. Dwyer talk, Husserl Circle, Georgetown University,
“Towards a Feminist Narrative Phenomenology,” Midwest Society for Women in Philosophy,
Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Oct. 15, 2004.
“Building Multiplicity into Feminist Ontologies,” Feminist Epistemologies, Methodologies, Metaphysics,
and Science Studies: A Multidisciplinary Conference, University of Washington (Seattle), Oct. 30, 2004.
“What Bodies? Whose Experience?,” Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities,
“The Experience of Kensho in Zen Buddhism: Deleuze’s Immanence and Zen’s Immediacy,” The Second
Annual Midwest Conference on East Asian Thought, North Central College, Naperville, IL, April2005.
“Thinking at the Edge: Eighth Graders Do Theory,” The 17th International Focusing Conference,
“Love Knows Nothing: Kierkegaard Meets Zen,” The Society for Buddhist and Christian Studies, Loyola
Marymount University, Los Angeles, June 2005.
“Bodies and More Bodies: Trying to Find Experience in Theorized Medical Bodies,” The World
Phenomenology Congress, August 2005, University of Nijmegen.
“Finding the Immediacy of Zen Compassion: With the Help of Kierkegaard’s Ethics and Deleuze’s
Ontology”, Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Monterey, CA, Nov. 2005.
“The Desire before Desiring: Deleuze, Husserl, and Zen Buddhism.” Society for Asian and Comparative
Philosophy, Monterey, CA, June 2006.
“A Feminist Search for BodyMind: An Intersection of Phenomenology and Buddhist
Philosophy–Through Women’s Eyes.” Association of Feminist Epistemology, Metaphysics,Methodology, and Science Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, February 2007.
“Between a Rock and a Soft Place: Finding Creativity in the Face of Oppression.” International Society
for Phenomenology, Aesthetics, and Fine Arts, Harvard University, May 2007.
“Between a Critical Buddhism and a Critical Phenomenology: Another Way into the ‘Critical’
Realization of Buddhist Experience.” Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, MontereyCA, June 2007.
“Moving Consciousness: From Zen’s Immediacy to Deleuze’s Immanence,” Poster Session at Toward a
Science of Consciousness 2008: University of Arizona, Tucson, April 2008.
“A Feminist Search for MindBody: An Intersection of Phenomenology and Buddhist Philosophy Through
Women’s Eyes,” Midwest Conference on East Asian Thought, April 2008 [accepted].
“The Spirit and the Flesh: Advancing Development Beyond Dualities,” International Focusing
Conference, Montreal Canada, May 2008.
“A Feminist Search for MindBody: An Intersection of Phenomenology and Buddhist Philosophy Through
Women’s Eyes,” Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Monterey CA, June 2008.
“A Non-Dualist Approach to the Sacred and the Secular: A Critique of Otto and Marion,” Society for
Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Monterey CA, June 2009.
“Spirit/Flesh,” International Focusing Conference, Pforzheim, Germany, May 2010 (1 ½ hour
“Open Process Focusing,” International Focusing Conference, Pforzheim, Germany, May 2010 (2 ½ hour
“So I Don’t Need Ethics if I’m Enlightened? Kierkegaard and Bankei on the Ethics of the Other,” Society
for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, Monterey CA, June 2010.
“Focusing as Meditative Practice,” Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education, Amherst
“Peace Practices from Focusing, Improv, & CNVC,” Peace and Justice Studies Association, Winnipeg
“Building Community Resilience in Haiti: The Arts and Body/Mind/Spirit Wellness,” presentation at The
Focusing Institute Weeklong, Nov. 2010, Garrison Institute, New York.
“Open Process Focusing: Building on Binaries,” International Focusing Conference 2011, Monterey CA. “Reports from Haiti: Arts and Resilience Training,” International Focusing Conference 2011, Monterey
“Theatre Games for Resilience,” Workshop, International Focusing Conference 2011, Monterey CA. “Building Resiliency as the Work of Peace Building: Starting from Strengths and Then Facing the
Difficulties, With a Case Study from Haiti,” Peace and Justice Studies Association &MLK/Ghandi Conference, Memphis TN, October 2011.
“From Discourse To Ontology: Towards A Phenomenology Of Experiencing Meditative States,”
Conference: Toward a Science of Consciousness 2012, Tucson, AZ, April 9-14, 2012 (acceptedfor poster session).
“Building Resiliency through Knowledge that Works: Feminist Epistemological Perspectives,”
Association of Feminist Epistemology, Metaphysics, Methodology, and Science Studies,Pennsylvania State University, May 2012 (accepted). AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: *Holy Names University, Alumni Recognition Award, 2015. DePaul University College of Liberal Arts and Science, Faculty Summer Seminar 2011: Connected
DePaul University Annual Louise de Marillac Series Recognition: Woman of Spirit and Action, 2011. DePaul University Honors Program Distinguished Professor, 2010-2013. DePaul University Vincent de Paul Professorship (First Cohort, 2004-2007); member of Society of
Vincent de Paul Professors, as of 2007.
DePaul University Humanities Center Fellowship, 2002-2003.
DePaul University, University Research Council, Competitive Faculty Leave Grant, Spring Quarter 1988;
Winter Quarter 1992; Winter-Spring 1997; Winter 2004; Winter-Spring 2011 (delayed).
DePaul University, Quality of Instruction Council Research Grant, 1996 (Course on Conflict Resolution:
Philosophy and Peace), 2000 (Multiculturalism and Philosophy web site).
DePaul University, University Research Council, Competitive Research Grant, 1989 (Husserl research);
1992 (publication of An Ethic of Care).
DePaul University, Quality of Instruction Council, Summer Research Grant, 1989 (Journaling) and 1991
(Curriculum for African and African-American Philosophies).
DePaul University, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Faculty Summer Research Grant, 1983
(including research at the Husserl Archives, New York), 1986, 1988, 1990, 1995, 1998, 2001,2005, 2011.
Shell Grant for Research, DePaul University, 1979--study at the Husserl Archives, Leuven, Belgium. Ontario Government Fellowship, 1970-1973, including summer 1971 at the Cologne (Germany) Husserl
Indiana University Graduate School Scholarship, 1969. Deutsche Akademische Austausdienst Dankstipendiat, Albert-Ludwigs Universitaet, Freiberg-im-
Kappa Gamma Pi Honors Society, as of 1965. The Dictionary of American Scholars, 8th ed. & 10th ed. (1982 & 1999). The World Who's Who of Women, 10th ed. (Cambridge, England: 1989). The Who’s Who in Humanities Higher Education (2006). MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND OFFICIAL POSITIONS: *Member, Committee for the Annual Book Award, Society for Buddhist and Christian Studies, 2010;
Member, Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education, as of 2010. Member, Peace and Justice Studies Association, as of 2008. Member, Steering Committee for the Association for Feminist Epistemology, Metaphysics, Methodology,
and Science Studies (FEMMSS), Nov. 2004-2006, member to present.
Member, Editorial Board, Human Studies: A Journal in Philosophy and Social Sciences. Kluwer
Academic Publishers, 2003-2010 (publication suspended).
Associate, The Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, as of 2000. Coordinator/Secretary, Central Division, The Society for the Study of Husserl's Philosophy, 1992-present. Member, UIC Medical Center Medicine and Narratives Group, July 1995 to 2011 (monthly meetings). Member, UIC Medical Center Trauma Study Group, Sept. 1995 to 2000 (monthly meetings).
Reviewer, Journal of Social Philosophy, 2007. Reviewer, A First Course in Logic, by K. Codell Carter, for Longman Publishing. Reviewer, Women and Politics, 2001. Reader, State University of New York Press, 2000. Reader, State University of New York, Buffalo (Ph.D. dissertation), 1999. Reviewer, St. Joseph’s University, Academic Affairs Office, 1997. Reviewer, Cornell University Press, 1996. Reviewer, Hypatia: Journal of Feminist Philosophy, 1995, 1996, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2010. Reviewer, Human Studies, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010. Reviewer, The State University of New York Press, 1990. Reviewer, The National Endowment for the Humanities, Research Tools Grant Program, 1986. Reviewer, The National Endowment for the Humanities, Translation Grant Program, 1988. Reviewer (Invited), The U.S. Department of Education, Minorities Grant Program, Nov. 1990.
Executive Director, May 1988-May 1990; Member, Steering Committee of Chicago Chapter, Society for
Organizer, CCSWIP meeting, DePaul University, Oct. 1986, May 1988, Dec. 1988, Nov. 1989. Chair, 1986-87; Member, Steering Committee, 1985-86; Chicago Area Women's Studies Association. Representative for DePaul Program, Chicago Area Women's Studies Association, 1985-1988; 1991,
Organizer, CAWSA meetings, DePaul University, October 1986, May 1987, October 1987, May 1988. Convenor, The Husserl Circle, 18th Annual Meeting, DePaul University, June 1986. American Philosophical Association. American Academy of ReligionSociety for Buddhist and Christian Studies. Society for Continental Philosophy and Theology. Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy. Society for Women in Philosophy. The Husserl Circle. The Metaphysical Society of America. The Society for Asian and Comparative PhilosophyThe International Husserl and Phenomenological Research Society of the World Phenomenology InstituteAssociation for Feminist Epistemology, Metaphysics, Methodology, and Science Studies (FEMMSS)
UNIVERSITY SERVICE: *Member, President’s Faculty Handbook Task Force, as of Nov. 2011. *Attendee, President Obama’s Challenge on Interfaith Peacebuilding and Community Service/DePaul
Youth Violence Project: PJC development of project for training DePaul Peer Nonviolent Livingtrainers.
*Co-organizer of the Sister Helen Prejean Visit 2012, from Sept. 2011-May 2012. *Attendee, Vincentian Systemic Change Conference, fall 2011. Member, Human Dignity Committee, as of September 2010. Attendee, meetings for Steering Committee on IFYC/DPU Interfaith Initiative; member of Curriculum
Member for LA&S, Faculty Council, 2009-2012. Attendee, Mission Coalition, 2008 to present; renamed ENGAGE, as of 2010. President of Faculty Council, September 2008-August 2009. Member, President’s Diversity Council subcommittee on Religious Diversity, as of Nov. 2007. Member, Advisory Council, DePaul Women’s Center, as of spring 2007. Secretary to Faculty Council, June 2006-August 2008. Member (ad hoc), Faculty Handbook Committee, October 2006 to Aug. 2009. Member, Faculty Council Agenda Committee & Executive Committee, June 2006 to Aug. 2009. Member for LA&S, Faculty Council, 2006-2009. Member, LA&S Dean Search Committee, fall 2005 to winter 2006 Member, Expert Team, Strategic Planning Process, summer 2005Member for LA&S, Faculty Council Committee on Committees, June 2005- Nov. 2006. Member, Faculty Council Handbook Revision Taskforce, 2004-2005. Member, Issues Committee on Diversity–Red Team, University Strategic Planning, 2003-2004. Member for LA&S, Faculty Council, 2003-2006. Member, Grade Challenge Committee, Humanities, Fall 1999-Fall 2002. Attendee, University Academic Planning Retreat, July 2002, July 2001, July 2000, June 1996, June &
July 1994, June & July 1993, July 1992, June & July 1991, June & July 1990 (presenter), June &July 1989 (presenter).
Attendee, Workshop on Participatory Action Research, 2003.
Attendee, Workshop on Technology in Teaching: spring 2001, spring 2002, spring 2003. Attendee, Workshop on Globalization of the Curriculum, 2002. Attendee, Faculty Council Retreat, June 1998, Fall 2002. Attendee, Workshop on International Curriculum, 2001. Member, President's Multiculturalism Implementation Task Force, July-October 1994. Member (elected from L.A.&S.), Faculty Council, 1993-1996. Member, Presidential Task Force on Women's Center, 1993-1994. Member, Advisory Council on Sexual Harassment Policy, 1993-1994. Attendee, DePaul Public Service Council, meeting with guest speaker, 1993 (by invitation). Attendee, University Strategic Planning Retreat, August 1993 (for L.A.&S.), August 1991, August 1990,
Chair/Co-Chair, University Faculty Council Committee on the Status of the Faculty, 1988-1992. Member, The Agenda Committee for University Faculty Council, 1988-1992. Member, University Faculty Council Committee on Academic Policy, 1992-94. Alternate Member for L.A.&S. (elected), University Faculty Council, 1991-1992. Speaker on Gender Equity, University Faculty Council Program on Academic Freedom, November 1986. Intercollege Committee on the Joint M.A./M.B.A. in Business Ethics, 1984-86. Grade Challenge Review Board for P&R/Humanities--Alternate, Autumn 1984-86; Convenor, 1986-
COLLEGE SERVICE: Interdepartmental Committee on Library Education, 1977. Forum Leader, Student Orientation, autumn 1978. Committee on the Communications Major, autumn 1978-1980. Pre-Law Advisory Committee, as of autumn 1978. Committee on the Honors Program, 1978-1979, 1981. Committee on the Study of Values, 1983-1984. Women's Studies Advisory Board, as of 1983. Philosophy and Religion Division Committee, 1981-1985. Intercollege Committee on the Joint M.A./M.B.A. in Business Ethics, 1984-1986. Member, LA&S Academic Committee, 1985-1988, 1993-1994. Committee on Biomedical Ethics, 1983. Committee for Review of the Honors Program, autumn 1986-autumn 1987. Respondent for Annual Theology Lecture, DePaul Religious Studies Department, May 1988. Alternate member (elective position), College Personnel Committee, 1988-1989. Member, Honors Program Faculty, 1988-1989, 1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1998, 1999, 2005 Member, Freshman Seminar Program Faculty, 1989-1990, 1992-present. Member, LA&S Internship Committee, 1993-1994. Member, Faculty Development for the Honors Program, 1994-95, 1996 Member, Liberal Studies Council, Subcommittee on Learning Domain--Philosophical Studies, 1996-2001 Attendee, Workshop on Quantitative Reasoning course, Dec. 1997. Attendee, Workshops for Discover Chicago (spring & summer 1998,1999, 2000,
2004,2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010), First Year Program (spring & fall 2000, spring 2002,2010), Multiculturalism course (spring 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004).
Attendee, Workshop on Writing, MALS, fall 2001 and fall 2002. Member, Search Committee, African and Black Diaspora Studies Program, 2003. Member, Catholic Studies Program Committee, as of fall 2004–organizer for speaker, Oct. 13, 2005. Member, Faculty Governance Council, Jan. 2004 - Sept. 2005 (liaison for LA&S Faculty Councilors)Member, FGC Committee on Curriculum Policy, spring 2005. Member, Community Service Studies Program Committee, as of winter 2008. Attendee, Faculty Governance Council committee on P&T policy, July 2009.
*Co-Organizer: El Salvador Study/Service Abroad initiative with University Ministry (trip in Dec. 2011):
*College Sustainability Initiative meeting, 5/13/2011. *Member, Tenure & Promotion Committee for MSW program faculty, fall 2011. *Attendee, International Human Rights Law Institute: program development for Arava Institute & plans
for AI interns at Discover Chicago courses, spring-Sept., 2011; meeting with delegation fromIsrael on Bedouin rights, fall 2011.
*Attendee, Citywide Restorative Justice group at Judge Hall’s office, Cook County Juvenile Court, 9/25,
SERVICE, PROGRAM ON PEACE, JUSTICE, & CONFLICT STUDIES [aka PEACE/CONFLICT RESOLUTION/SOCIAL JUSTICE STUDIES] Member of the Peace, Conflict Resolution, & Social Justice Studies Program committee, as of spring
Director of the Peace, Conflict Resolution, & Social Justice Studies Program, July 2006-January 2010
[NO RELEASE TIME through August 2010].
Member of PAX Committee for Curriculum Design: PAX 210/22/230, winter -spring 2007. Member of PAX B.A. Proposal Committee, winter 2007-fall 2009. Co-organizor with Catholic Studies: Archdiocesan conference on the U.S. Conference of Catholic
Bishops letter on peace (25th anniversary), Feb. 7, 2008.
Co-organizor with Catholic Studies: DePaul/St.Clement Church Dialogue–Sept. 28, 2007. Panelist, Abrahamic Faiths Intersections: On Making Peace, Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious
Affairs & University Ministry, DePaul University, April 29, 2008.
Attendee, Compliance workshop, July 2009, etc. Attendee, University lunch with Glasgow Caledonian University faculty, July 2009. Attendee, University lunch with faculty from Panamerican University, Mexico, July 2009. Attendee, national conference of the Peace and Justice Studies Association, Milwaukee, Oct. 2009;
Winnipeg, Oct. 2010; Memphis, Oct. 2011.
Attendee, University lunch with Cardinal Francis Arinze, Nov. 20, 2009. Attendee, University lunch with bishop from Uganda, Dec. 2009Meeting with the Peace on Earth Film Festival executive, Dec. 18, 2009; ongoing collaboration. Meeting with Joe Kinsella, Director of International Programs, Dec. 10, 2009. Attendee, Member of the Advisory Committee, Peace on Earth Film Festival, Feb. 2010. Co-sponsor with Institute for World Catholicism & Intercultural Theology: World Catholicsm Week,
SERVICE, PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT: Committee for Revision of Undergraduate Philosophy Curriculum, 1977 and 1989. Committee on Graduate Assistants, 1979. Chair, Committee on Graduate Assistants, 1980. Committee on M.A. Examination, 1981, 1987-1988. Chair, Faculty Search Committee, 1981. Corresponding Secretary, Faculty Search Committee (for Chair), 1981-1982. Committee for the Liberal Studies Courses, 1981-1984. Committee for Graduate Assistants, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1988. Participation at Parents' Day, November 1985. Departmental Representative, Admissions Committee on Graduate Open House, February 1986. Departmental Representative at Undergraduate Open House, various. Committee for Revision of Graduate Philosophy Curriculum, 1989. Committee on the Graduate Program, Autumn 1989-1992 (volunteer), Autumn 2003 to 2010. Committee on the Undergraduate Program, Autumn 1991-2003.
Respondent to speaker, Sept. 2000. Member, Committee on Critical Race Theory, Autumn 2000-? (inactive as of about 2005). Member, Personnel Committee, Autumn 2000. Member, Department Committee for Academic Program Review, Spring 2000-Spring 2001. Member, Faculty Search Committee, 1985-1986, 1989-1990, Fall 2002, Fall 2001, Fall 2002. Member, Personnel Committee, Fall 2009-present. Member, Committee to Review P&T Policy, Winter 2010. SERVICE, WOMEN'S STUDIES PROGRAM: Coordinator, Spring 1984 Guest Speaker; Autumn 1985 Guest Speaker. Committee on Course Development (WMS 200), 1985-1986, 1988-1989. Committee on Publicity/Brochure, 1985-1986. Committee on Curricular Balance Project, 1985-1986. Coordinator, Women's History Week event, March 1986, 1994. Coordinator, Brown Bag Forums, Autumn 1986-Winter 1988, Autumn 1993-Winter 1994 (2 or 3 per
Editor, Women's Studies News and Notes, 1985-1988 (cross-campuses distribution). Member, Advisory Committee, 1988-2003. Committee on Faculty Evaluation Survey, 1988. Graduate Program Committee, 1992-1993. Committee on Graduate Programs, 1992-1993. Representative, DePaul Open House, Spring 1991, Autumn 1993. Member, Personnel Committee, Autumn 1993, 1995-96, fall 1996, 1997-98. Attendee, Program Retreat, various and spring 2003. Member, Program Committee, 2003 to present. PUBLIC SERVICE: Volunteer Paraprofessional Counselor, Early Intervention Center, Jan. 1984-August 1986. Member, Local School Improvement Council, A. G. Bell Public School, Chicago, Autumn 1987-1990;
Member, Transportation Committee, Autumn 1987-Autumn 1990; Member, Model SchoolsCommittee, Winter 1989; and Curriculum Committee, Winter 1989 to 1991.
Organizer, Philosophy Curriculum Project, Options Regional Gifted Program (Pre-International
Baccalaureate Curriculum in grade 6), Bell School, Winter 1988 to Winter 1992 (two visits peryear).
Attendee, DePaul Public Service Council, luncheon, 1993 (by invitation). Member, St. Ignatius Parish Council, 1999-2001. Attendee, DePaul Steans Center for Community-Based Service Learning, workshops: spring 2001,
summer 2002, fall 2002, spring 2003, December 2005, November 2006, November 2007, spring2008, spring 2008, fall 2009.
Workshops at Bell School for Humanities Center project, Thinking at the Edge (8 visits), January to May
Volunteer for Kolbe House, Catholic Archdiocesan Jail Ministry at Cook County Juvenile Temporary
Detention Center, as of April 2005 (weekly).
Site organizer (at DePaul) and member of Steering Committee, Buddhist Women’s Conference
on Mar. 11, 2006–work as of Sept., 2005; and on Feb. 24, 2007,March 15, 2009, May 1, 2010, and March 2011.
Workshop on Experiential Focusing (10-3) for Sheil Catholic Center at Northwestern University, Nov.
2004, Mar. 5 & Nov. 12, 2005; Jan. 21 & Nov. 4, 2006; Feb. 2007; Nov. 2007; Feb. 2010.
*Worldwide Vincentian Family Service to Haiti: Psychosocial Wellness & Focusing workshop in Haiti,
April 2010 and August 2010 (working with Matthew 25 House camp residents and withpsychosocial staff with Concern Worldwide); December 2010 (same as August 2010, with added
workshop with Peacebuilding Team of Concern), and March 2011. Preparatory work: attendee atFocusing Weeklong, Nov. 2009, Stony Point, NY; Community Psychosocial Wellness workshop,April 2010, Stony Point NY; The Focusing Weeklong, Nov. 2010, with The Focusing Institute,Garrison, NY; workshop on Wholebody Focusing, April 15-17, 2011, Stony Point, NY;Workshop on Community Wellness Focusing, Haiti (with Concern Worldwide neighborhoodpeace teams), May 19-22, 2011; Workshop on Resiliency, Haiti (with Concern Worldwideneighborhood peace teams), Aug. 4-5, 2011; The Focusing Weeklong, Aug. 2011, with TheFocusing Institute, Garrison, NY.; Workshop on Resiliency, Haiti (with Concern Worldwideneighborhood peace teams), June 2, 2012; The Focusing Institute Summer School, Aug. 2012,Garrison NY; workshop on Wholebody Focusing, Oct. 25-28, 2012, Stony Point, NY; workshopon Wholebody Focusing, April 11-14, 2013, Stony Point, NY.
Workshop on Dream Focusing (10-3) for Sheil Catholic Center at Northwestern University, Nov. 13,
Member (elected), Board of Trustees, The Chicago Zen Center, as of April 2010. Presentation, “What? Catholics Practicing Zen? An Exploration of the Experience of Catholic Zen
Masters,” January 31, 2011, at Sheil Catholic Center at Northwestern University.
Meeting on March 3, 2011, with Mykel Selph, Director, Office of Girls and Gender, Cook County
Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, Chicago, IL, to consider programming for the CCJTDC.
Organizer, Zen Meditation Group, Sheil Catholic Center (monthly meetings), from March 1, 2011. *Presenter (with A. McCloud), Workshop on Listening Skills (2 of 3 hours) for “Conflict and Alternative
Dispute Resolution, a Regional Project for North Africa, International Visitor LeadershipProgram, U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office ofInternational Visitors, June 28, 2012.
*Workshops for the Precious Blood Center for Reconciliation (PBMR.org), July 2012.
THE TRAVELS IN BRAZIL LAURENCE & LYNDY JUSTICE July 5-24, 2004 SPECIAL THANKS The planning and success of this wonderful preaching tour of Sao Paulo State in Brazil are largely due to the efforts and generosity of our good friend missionary Calvin Gardner. We are deeply grateful to Brother Gardner for his outstanding Christian hospitality to us during this trip. Brother Gardner
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