Lori Keleher

About

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Publications

Books

  – Routledge Handbook of Development Ethics, edited by Jay Drydyk and Lori Keleher. Forthcoming, Francis and Taylor, Fall 2018.

– Agency and Democracy in Development Ethics, edited by Lori Keleher and Stacy J. Kosko. Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press, Fall 2018.

 

Journal Articles, Book Chapters, Encyclopedia Entries

– “Freedom and Agency” in Integral Human Development: Catholic Social Teaching and the Capability Approach. Edited by Clemens Sedmak and Severine Deneulin. Forthcoming, University of Notre Dame Press, 2019.

– “Introduction: What is Development Ethics?” with Jay Drydyk in Routledge Handbook of Development Ethics, edited by Jay Drydyk and Lori Keleher. Forthcoming. Taylor and Francis, 2018.

– “Integral Human Development” in Routledge Handbook of Development Ethics, edited by Jay Drydyk and Lori Keleher. Forthcoming. Taylor and Francis, 2018.

– “Introduction” with Stacy Kosko in Agency and Democracy in Development Ethics, edited by Lori Keleher and Stacy J. Kosko. Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press, 2018.

– “Why Development Needs Philosophy” in Agency and Democracy in Development Ethics, edited by Lori Keleher and Stacy J. Kosko. Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press, 2018.

– “The Demanding task of Limiting Demandingness” in Journal of Human Development and Capabilities. Vol. 19 Issue 1, February 2018 (pp. 91 – 96).

– “Toward an Integral Human Development Ethics” in Veritas: Philosophy and Theology Review/ Veritas: Revista de Filosofia y Teologia (Chile). Issue 37. August 2017 (pp. 19 – 34).

– “The Alliance Approach to Innovation: Agro-ecological innovations, Alliance, and Agency” with Laurent Parrot, in Ethics and Economics vol. 14 no. 1 March 2017 (pp. 35 – 50).

– “Sen and Nussbaum: Agency and Capability-Expansion” in Ethics and Economics. Issue 1(2)-June 2014 (pp. 54 – 70).

– “Civil Unions for All” in Philosophy and the Contemporary World January 2014 (pp. 55 – 64).

– “Institutional Power Matters: The Role of Institutional Power in International Development” in Value and Values: Economics and Justice in an Age of Global Interdependence. Edited by Roger T. Ames and Peter D. Hershock. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2014 (pp. 825 – 850).

– “Three and a Half Approaches to Development” a National Endowment for the Humanities Edsitement Information Page, 2014.

– “Coffee and the Good Life: The Bean and the Golden Mean” in Coffee and Philosophy. Mike Austin and Scott F. Parker, eds. Wiley-Blackwell 2011 (pp. 228 – 238).

– “Human Development Capability Approach” an entry in the Encyclopedia of Global Justice. Deen K. Chatterjee ed. Springer 2011.

– “International Development Ethics Association” an entry in the Encyclopedia of Global Justice Deen K. Chatterjee ed. Springer 2011 (920 words).

– “The Nature and Influence of Socrates’ Daimonion” in Southwestern Philosophical Studies Volume 29. 2009 (pp. 33 – 41).

– “Is Sen’s Approach to Development Bad for Women?” in Parceling the Globe: Philosophical Exploration in Globalization, Global Behavior, and Peace. Poe, Danielle and Eddy Souffrant eds. Value Inquiry 2008 (pp. 151 – 164)

Honors and Awards

 

– Agropolis Inward Mobility Award CIRAD, Montpellier, France 2018.

– NMSU College of Arts and Science Research Recognition Award 2018.

– NMSU College of Arts and Science Travel Award 2017.

– Daniels Ethics Fund Fellowship May 2015.

– International Development Ethics Association Travel Award, 2014.

– Human Development Capability Association Academic Merit Grant, 2014.

– Human Development Capability Association Travel Award, 2014.

– Daniels Ethics Fund Fellowship May 2014.

– National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute of Development Ethics Fellowship 2013.

– Daniels Ethics Fund Fellowship May 2013.

– Daniels Ethics Fund Fellowship May 2012.

– Outstanding Doctoral Student Award the American Association of University Women, College Park Chapter. Awarded May 2008

– Denis Goulet Memorial Prize. First Round. For my essay: “Can Pogge be Justified? A Response to Thomas Pogge’s ‘Can the Capability Approach be Justified?’” 2007.

– Sponsored Student Delegate of the US Embassy in Uganda for the Conference on Ethics and Development at Makerere University. Kampala, Uganda. 2006.

Courses designed & taught at NMSU

– Courses Designed and Taught at New Mexico State University

– Honors 227: Plato

– Philosophy 100: Ethics, Law and Society

– Philosophy 101: Art of Wondering

– Philosophy 223: Ethics

– Philosophy 302: Business Ethics

– Philosophy 325: Feminist Topics in Philosophy

– Philosophy 332: Ethics and Global Poverty

– Philosophy 341: Ancient Philosophy

– Philosophy 342: Medieval Philosophy

– Philosophy 381: Human Nature and the Good Life

– Philosophy 532: Advanced Ethics and Global Poverty

– Various Independent Studies