Publications

Refereed Publications:

“In Her Own Time: Rihanna, Post-Feminism, and Domestic Violence.” Women: A Cultural Review, (forthcoming 2014). Co-authored with Michelle Meagher.

“La Grande Sartreuse?: Re-citing Beauvoir in Feminist Theory” Atlantis: Critical
Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice
(forthcoming 2014).

“Sexuality and Existential-Phenomenological Method” Sapere Aude: Revista de Filosofia 5.9 (2014): 320-32.

“Can There Be a Postmodern Nationalism?” Ideas in History: Journal for the Nordic Society of the History of Ideas 7.2 (2014): 147-167.

“Clothing the Lived Fat Body.” Clothing Cultures 1.2 (2014): 171-178.

“Touching the Boundary Mark: Aging, Habit, and Temporality in Beauvoir’s La Vieillesse.Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts 10(1) 5-6, (2013): 37-59.

“Freedom and the Lived Body in Sartre, Merleau-Ponty and Beauvoir.” African Journal of Existential Philosophy1:2 (2010): 1-22.

“Michael Smith’s Moral Realism and the Desires of Fully Rational Agents.” Kinesis: A Graduate Journal of Philosophy 38:1 (2011): 4-16.

Refereed Teaching Publications:

Kristin Rodier (lead author), Michelle Meagher, and Randelle Nixon, “Cultivating a Critical Classroom for Viewing Gendered Violence in Music Video.” Feminist Teacher 23:1 (2013): 63-70.

“Feminist Philosophy 200-level.” Syllabus 1:1 (2012): 1-10.

Book Reviews/Entries

Are Poetic Habits Particular to the Aged? – Comment on Helen A. Fielding,” in Simone de Beauvoir’s Philosophy of Age: Gender, Ethics, and Time, edited by Silvia Stoller, Helen Fielding, Dorothea Olkowski, and Christina Schües.De Gruyter, forthcoming 2014 (83-88).

Review of Frames of War. Feminist Media Studies 12:4 (2012): 613-615.

Review of The Second Sex, 2010 translation. Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy (co-authored with Emily Anne Parker) 16:1 (2012): 294-300.

Review of D’Habitude. Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy 15: 2 (2011): 237-40.

Review of Embodiment and Agency. Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 49:4 (2011): 647-650.

Dictionary/Encyclopedia Entries/Websites:

Roseanne Barr, in 100 People Who Changed American Entertainment: An Encyclopedia of Pop Culture Stars and Their Stories. ABC-CLIO, 2012.

Obesity and Naturalness, http://whatsortsofpeople.wordpress.com/2012/02/22/obesity-and-naturalness/

Margaret Chenowith: “Six Feet Under’s” Resident Existentialist http://www.popmatters.com/pm/feature/149936-margaret-chenowith-six-feet-unders-resident-existentialist/

Ágnes Heller, le Dictionnaire des Femmes Créatrices, Antionette Fouque, Mireille Calle-Gruber, Béatrice Didier, eds. Paris : Editions Des Femmes, 2011.

Gender, The Encyclopaedia of Gay Folklife Edited by Dr. Mickey Weems, M.E. Sharpe, http://www.qualiafolk.com/2011/12/08/gender/ (Co-author)

Feminine, The Encyclopaedia of Gay Folklife, ed. Mickey Weems, M.E. Sharpe, http://www.qualiafolk.com/2011/12/08/feminine/

Masculine, The Encyclopaedia of Gay Folklife, ed. Mickey Weems, M.E. Sharpe, http://www.qualiafolk.com/2011/12/08/masculine/

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5 Responses to Publications

  1. Alloy S Ihuah says:

    great; can i have your article on “Sexuality and Existential-Phenomenological Method” Sapere Aude: Revista de Filosofia 5.9 (2014): 320-32.?

  2. Dear Kristin,
    I’m a writer in Mexico City. While doing research for an essay of Six Feet Under’s Brenda, I found your brilliant article on existentialist Margaret. It helped me untangle Brenda’s ethical dilemmas. I will be quoting you in the finished text, which will be part of an anthology of young Mexican authors on their favourite series.
    Greetings! I’m at @dannyescoto and dannyescoto@gmail.com

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