Past teaching

A list of courses that have been taught by Carla Fehr, Heather Douglas, and Katie Plaisance in the past.

Winter 2015
PHIL 110B: Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics and Values - H. Douglas
INTEG 221: Social Nature of Knowledge - K. Plaisance
INTEG 421: Senior Research Project B - K. Plaisance
PHIL 458: Studies in the Philosophy of Science (Feminism and the 
               Biological Sciences) (held with PHIL 673) - C. Fehr

Fall 2014
PHIL 110A: Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality - C. Fehr
INTEG 220: The Nature of Scientific Knowledge - K. Plaisance
PHIL 224: Environmental Ethics - H. Douglas
INTEG 420: Senior Research Project A - K. Plaisance

Winter 2014
INTEG 221: Social Nature of Knowledge - K. Plaisance
PHIL 271: Special Topics (Science in Society) - H. Douglas
INTEG 475: Special Topics of Knowledge Integration (Interdisciplinary
                Collaboration) - K. Plaisance

Fall 2013
PHIL 110A: Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality - C. Fehr
INTEG 220: The Nature of Scientific Knowledge - K. Plaisance
PHIL 224: Environmental Ethics - H. Douglas
PHIL 245: Critical Thinking about Science - C. Fehr
PHIL 674: Graduate course (only) (Phil of Science 1900-1960) - H. Douglas

Winter 2013
PHIL 271: Special Topics (Science in Society) - H. Douglas
PHIL 371: Special Topics (Philosophy of Interdisciplinarity) (held
              with INTEG 375) - K. Plaisance
PHIL 458: Studies in the Philosophy of Science (Social Epistemology of 
              Science) (held with PHIL 673) - C. Fehr

Fall 2012
PHIL 224: Environmental Ethics - H. Douglas
PHIL 245: Critical Thinking about Science - C. Fehr
PHIL 674: Graduate course (only) (Science and Democracy) - H. Douglas

Winter 2012
PHIL 224: Environmental Ethics - H. Douglas
PHIL 271: Special Topics (Science and Citizens) - C. Fehr

Fall 2011
PHIL 458: Studies in the Philosophy of Science (Socially Relevant 
              Philosophy of Science) (held with INTEG 475, PHIL 673) 
              K. Plaisance

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Feminism and Science Research Group

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