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Dr. Timothy Gould
Professor of Philosophy


303-615-0900



gould_tim_58@q.com

Position Role:
Faculty

Campus Box Number:
49


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Dr. Carol Quinn
Emeritus Professor of Philosophy


303-615-0900



cquinn10@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Faculty

Office Location:
CN

Office Number:
303E

Campus Box Number:
49


Directory Profile

Bio:

 

I am Emeritus Professor of Philosophy and a Women's Studies associate. I was the first coordinator of Women's Studies' Genders and Sexualities minor (2011-2014), helping to grow the minor. I am deeply interested in human rights including, but not limited to, women's rights and the rights of the LGBTQ+ community. I also have interests in French feminists, especially Simone de Beauvoir, phenomenologist Merleau-Ponty, and epistemic injustice. I am also a philosophical novelist. My first (coauthored) novel, The Rashomon Tea and Sake Shop, was published in April 2016. My second novel, The Glorious Life of Jessica Kraut: An adventure in Eastern and Indigenous Religions and Philosophies, was published November 30, 2017. My third philosophical novel, Afterlife Inc., is under contract. My book, Dignity, Justice, and the Nazi Data Debate, will be published in February 2018. I was also MSU Denver's ethics bowl coach. I took my 2009 and 2012 teams to Nationals, placing in the Quarter Finals in 2013. I am in love with life, my husband, and our two obnoxious dogs Mr. Baby, and Sammy. I also draw (oil pastels) and I play the guitar (badly). I am a Cali-native. Why doesn't CO have an ocean?!

Research

My first philosophical novel, The Rashomon Tea and Sake Shop, coauthored with former student Kyle Cottengim and his wife, Kait, was published by Rock's Mills Press in April, 2016. My second philosophical novel, The Glorious Life of Jessica Kraut: An Adventure in Eastern and Indigenous Religions and Philosophies, was published November 30, 2017. My third philosophical novel, Afterlife Inc. (on comparative religion/world religions) is under contract. 

My book, Dignity, Justice, and the Nazi Data Debate, will be published in February 2018 with Lexington Books, Rowman and Littlefield.

 



Dr. Celeste Rossmiller
Affiliate Faculty


3036150900



crossmil@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Affiliate Faculty

Office Location:
CN

Office Number:
303

Campus Box Number:
49


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Dr. Constance Wise

Dr. Constance Wise
Affiliate Faculty


3036150900



cwise11@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Affiliate Faculty

Office Location:
CN

Campus Box Number:
49


Directory Profile

Bio:

Constance Wise has taught at MSU Denver since 2004 and at other Denver area colleges and universities. She had been a practicing Feminist Wiccan for thirty years and co-founded two Feminist Wiccan covens in Denver. She raised her two children as Wiccans and as adults they are still occasional practitioners. She teaches religious studies, women’s studies, and philosophy at the Metropolitan State University of Denver and other area colleges. Dr. Wise regularly gives “Have altar will travel” introductions to Paganism to colleges and high school classes. Her primary scholarly interest is promoting positive acceptance of religious pluralism. 

 

Dr. Wise has her Doctorate in Theology and Religious Studies from the Joint PhD Program of Iliff School of Theology and the University of Denver. 



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