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Professor Christine Hauskeller

MA in Philosophy and Sociology, Dr phil in Philosophy

Email:

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Telephone: 01392 725129

Associate Professor

I am on research leave until December 2018, but in Exeter most of the time. If you seek a personal meeting, don't hesitate to contact me via email to arrange one.  

Areas of Expertise:

Philosophy of Bimedicine, Ethics, Feminist Philosophy, Critical Theory, Empirical Philosophy, Public Understanding of Science, STS, Bioethics.

I am a philosopher, with training also as a sociologist. My research covers a range of topics in Applied Ethics, Cirtical Theory and the Philosophy of BIomedicine. Present foci are on the politics of life science governance, as well as the intersection of humanitarian, feminist and postcolonial ethics and theory. More generally, I am interested in the interrelationships between knowledge, power, institutions, individuals, values and logics of justification. My research is often in close cooperation with sociologistsm when I lead empirical investigations of the practices and reasoning applied in biomedicine and ethics.  

Commissions of Trust include

German Zentrale Ethikkommission Stammzellforschung am Robert Koch Institut, 2014 -2020  

Irish Research Council Panel Postdoctroal Programme Humanities, 2016 - 2018 

ERC Grant Panels 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017

BBSRC Science and Society Strategy Panel, 2010-2016

Visiting Fellowships

2019 Aug. - Sept.     Borcher Foundation, Geneva, Switzerland

2018 Sept. - Oct.      Beşikçizade Center for Medical Humanities, Istanbul, Turkey

2017 May - June      International Visiting Fellowship NUS and Nanyang Technical University, Singapore  

2015 Oct. - Dec.       Hanse-Wissenschafts-Kolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany

2015 June - July      Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

2014 Sep. - Nov.      Brocher Foundation, Geneva - Hermance, Switzerland

2008 Mar. - April      Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany