|MULLIN, AMY||Contact||Areas of Interest|
|Dean, University of Toronto, Mississauga
AB (Harvard), PhD (Yale)
Amy Mullin has been cross-appointed from the Department of Philosophy. Her research interests lie in the area of aesthetics and feminist philosophy. She is particularly interested in questions about the responsibilities of those who provide and those who receive care.
“Art, Imagination and Revisioning the Maternal” forthcoming in Feminist Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art: The Power of Critical Vision and Creative Engagement, ed. L. Ryan Musgrave, Springer, 2013
“The Ethical and Social Significance of Parenting: A Philosophical Approach” forthcoming in Parenting: Science and Practice 2012
“Narrative, Emotion and Autonomy” in Narrative, Emotion and Insight, 2011, eds. Noel Carroll and John Gibson, Pennsylvania State University Press, 92-108.
“Children and the Argument from Marginal Cases” in Ethical Theory and Modern Practice 2011 (Vol. 14, No. 3, 291-305)
“Gratitude and Caring Labour in Ethics and Social Welfare 2011, special issue on Ethics of Care, eds. Christine Koggell and Joan Orme(Vol. 5, No. 2, 110-122).
“Filial Responsibilities of Dependent Children” in Hypatia Winter 2010 (Vol. 25, No. 1)