Andrea Dionne Warmack

(pronounced: ahn-dree-uh)

PhD Student

(Email)
Third Year in PhD

Education

Hunter College, BA, 2017 – Honors Mentor: Linda Martín Alcoff

Interests

  • Phenomenology
  • Critical Phenomenology (embodied practices/experiences: love, pleasure, gender, and race)
  • Black Feminism
  • Black Literature
  • Blackness
  • Queerness

Conferences / Workshops

Upcoming

  • “Ear and Body”
    The Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST): The Future of Feminist Ethics:
    Intersectionality, Epistemology, and Grace
    – Clearwater, FL (October 2019)
  • Response to Amber Musser’s Sensual Excess: Queer Femininity and Brown Jouissance
    American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting – Philadelphia, PA (January 2020)
  • Response to Youjin Kong’s “Identity Politics: Reproducing Essentialism or Challenging Intersectional Oppressions?”
    American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting – Philadelphia, PA (January 2020)

2016-2018

  • “Flamboyantly Living the Fuck You: Towards Shamelessness as a Virtue”
  • American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting – New York City, NY (January 2019)
  • “Home: Toward a Phenomenological Account of Homing as a Practice of Self-Love”
  • American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting – New York City, NY (January 2019)
  • “Home: Toward a Phenomenological Account of Homing as a Practice of Self-Love”
  • California Roundtable on Philosophy and Race – Loyola University, New Orleans, LA (October 2018)
  • “Translated to Death: On Making Oneself Intelligible”
    Canadian Philosophical Association Annual Congress 2018 — Université du Québec à Montréal
    Montréal, Canada (June 2018)
  • Feminist Decolonial Politics Workshop
    University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC (May 2018)
  • “Canon Fodder: Exploring the Challenges of Decolonization and Canon Reform”
    Atlantic Region Philosophers’ Association Conference 2017
    Saint Mary’s University Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada (October 2017)
  • “Canon Fodder: Exploring the Challenges of Decolonization and Canon Reform”
    The Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST): Decolonizing and Indigenizing Feminist Philosophy
    Clearwater, FL (October 2017)
  • “One is Not Born a Woman”
    Critical Theory Workshop / Atelier de Théorie Critique
    Université Paris Descartes, Faculté des Sciences Humaines et Sociales, Sorbonne, Paris (July 2016)

2014 – 2015

  •  “Get Free”
    National Association of Independent Schools, People of Color Conference — Tampa, FL (December 2015)
  • “Kinky Little Thing”
    Hypatia Conference: Exploring Collaborative Contestations and Diversifying Philosophy — Villanova University (May 2015)
  • “PowerQueer”
    Hunter College MMUF Conference — Hunter College, NYC (May 2015)
  • “PowerQueer”
    MMUF Regional Conference — Barnard College, NYC (April 2015)
  • “Kinky Little Thing”
    Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) Regional Conference — City College, NYC (April 2014)

Publications

Reviews

  • “Toward Respect: A Review of Brittney Cooper’s Beyond Respectability: The Intellectual Thought of Race Woman
    Journal of World Philosophies, Volume 3 No. 2, 2018

Articles

  • UNDER REVIEW: “Shamelessly Blue: Towards Shamelessness as a Virtue” – Monist, April 2020

Teaching Experience

Teaching Assistant

  • PHIL 200W: Ancient Greek and Medieval Philosophy (Fall 2018)

Co-Teaching

  • PHIL 100: Basic Problems in Philosophy – Emory University (Spring 2019)
  • Media and Culture – Grace Church School, HS Division, NYC (2016-2017)
  • Law & Justice – Grace Church School, HS Division, NYC (2016-2017)
  • Grade 8 Gender Group – Grace Church School, MS Division, NYC (2014-2017)

Solo Teaching

  • PHIL 136: Love and Friendship – Emory University (Fall 2019)

Affiliations/Memberships/Awards

  • Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellow (2013-2017)
  • Golden Key International Honor Society (Inducted: Spring, 2013)
  • JMS Scholarship (Fall, 2015)
  • Phi Sigma Tau (Inducted Spring, 2016)
  • Sue Weinberg Philosophical Studies Award (Spring, 2016)
  • Carl & Florence Selden Foundation Graduate Scholarship (Spring, 2017)
  • George W. Woodruff Fellowship (Fall, 2017)
  • Mellon Mays Graduate Initiates Program – Graduate Studies Enhancement Grant (Fall, 2018)

Additional Experience

  • Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Graduate Mentor (Emory University, Fall 2017-present)
  • Assistant to Asst. Head of School / Dean of Studies GCS, NYC (full time – July, 2016 – July, 2017)
  • Assistant to Dean of Faculty at Grace Church School, NYC (full time – July, 2012-June, 2016)
  • Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Summer Research Program (August, 2013)