Danielle Poe

Professor
Full-Time Faculty
College of Arts and Sciences: Philosophy

Profile

Danielle Poe is a professor of philosophy at the University of Dayton.  She is the editor of Philosophy of Peace (Special Book Series in VIBS, published by Rodopi). Her research and teaching interests are in contemporary issues of peace and justice. Her recent work includes Maternal Activism: The Ethical Ambiguity Faced by Mothers Confronting Injustice, (SUNY Press, forthcoming 2014); "Asking To Be Welcomed: Luce Irigaray and the Practice of Receiving Hospitality" in Journal for Peace and Justice Studies, Vol. 24, 2014; "Responding to Violence and Injustice Using Non-Violence: Martin Luther King Jr., Leymah Gbowee, and Dorothy Stang" in Global Change, Peace and Security, Vol. 26, Issue 2, 2014; "Mothering Against the Norms: Diane Wilson and Environmental Activism" in Incarcerated Mothers: Oppression and Resistance. Bromwich, R., Eljdupovic, G. (eds) Demeter Press, 2013; "Nourishing Difference for the Erotic Couple" in L’Esprit créateur, 2012.

Faculty Perspective

I am happy to be teaching at UD, where I have had support in my research and teaching to pursue my interests in the philosophy of peace, environmental ethics, and feminism.

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Fordham University, 2001
  • M.A., Katholieke Universiteit-Leuven, Belgium, 1997

Research Interests

  • Contemporary issues of peace
  • The work of Luce Irigary