Philosophy

My current research aims to develop a philosophy of dance that takes into account the specific characteristics of this art form, and especially the crucial role of the dancer’s experience and know-how in the creation of the dance work.

This project draws from philosophical aesthetics, phenomenology, and the philosophy of cognitive science. I also work in the field of feminist philosophy, more precisely feminist phenomenology and epistemology.

At present, I teach courses on epistemology, phenomenology, feminist epistemology and philosophy of science, and more.

My research

My current research aims to develop a philosophy of dance that takes into account the specific characteristics of this art form in order to avoid transferring categories developed on the basis of the fine arts or music to the art of dance and choreography.

Teaching

I have taught a great variety of courses at a number of institutions, and at all levels from introductory courses and courses for non-philosophers (art students, choreography students, dancers, prospective psychotherapists, and more) to doctoral students.