Jennifer Ingle


Phone: 250.807.9114

Research Summary

Plato, Feminism, Environmental Ethics, Virtue epistemology

Courses & Teaching

Introduction to Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Computer Ethics, Feminism, Aesthetics


Jennifer Ingle received a BA in English and a BS in Biology from Purdue University. After spending some time as a network administrator and a free-lance web designer, she completed her MA and Ph.D in Philosophy from the University of South Florida. She has taught at Frostburg State University and Clemson University.


PhD, Philosophy, University of South Florida
MA, Philosophy, University of South Florida
BA, English, Purdue University
BS, Biology, Purdue University

Selected Publications & Presentations

“The End of Feminist Aesthetics?” with Joanne Waugh, in Feminist Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art: The Power of Critical Visions and Creative Engagement, ed. Lisa Ryan Musgrave, Kluwer Academic Publishers Press (in press).

“Battlestar Galactica: A Problem of Gender,” Feminism and Popular Culture, ed. Sharon Crasnow and Joanne Waugh, Lexington Press (2013).

“Dialogical Negotiations: Plato’s Philosophic Conversation,” in K. Boudouris, ed., Conceptions of Philosophy: Ancient and Modern. Ionia Publications, Athens, Greece, 2004.


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