Sarah (Sadie) Warren

PhD Candidate & Mellon Public Writing Fellow

sarah [dot] warren [at] emory [dot] edu


PhD: Philosophy, Emory University, Expected 2022
“John Dewey and the Metaphysics of Ecological Comportment”
Advisor: Professor John J. Stuhr

MA: Philosophy, Emory University, 2020
MA: Theory & Criticism, Western University, 2015
BA: Cultural Studies (Specialization in Writing & Narrative, Minor in Philosophy), 2011

Research Interests

Environmental philosophy, American pragmatism, eco-phenomenology, new materialism, metaphysics, environmental humanities, public scholarship

Teaching Experience

  • Nature, Environment, Sustainability, Emory University, Spring 2021 (Instructor)
  • Nature, Environment, Sustainability, Emory University, Fall 2020 (Instructor)
  • Introduction to Bioethics, Emory University, Spring 2019 (Instructor)
  • Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Emory University, Spring 2018 (Teaching Associate)
  • Introduction to Philosophy of Law, Emory University, Fall 2017 (Teaching Assistant)
  • Medieval Studies, University of Western Ontario, Spring 2014 (Teaching Assistant)
  • Introduction to Philosophical Inquiry, Trent University, Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 (Grading Assistant & Proctor)
  • Philosophy of Religion, Trent University, Spring 2011 (Grading Assistant & Proctor)

Recent Positions

  • Mellon Public Writing Fellow, Writing Program & Common Good Atlanta, Emory University (2021-22)
  • Digital Scholarship Associate, Emory Center for Digital Scholarship, Emory University (2020-21)
  • David R. Scott Fellow, Emory Center for Digital Scholarship, Emory University  (2019-20)
  • ECOTS Facilitator, Office of International and Summer Programs, Emory University (Summer 2020)
  • Technical Assistant, Department of Philosophy, Emory University (Spring 2020)

Recent Service Work

  • Front-End Web Development, Philosophers for Sustainability (Fall 2021)
  • Panel Chair,  Ecological Subjectivities Beyond the Human, Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment conference (Summer 2021)
  • Technology Coordinator, Philosophy  & The Climate Crisis conference, Philosophers for Sustainability (Spring 2021)
  • Virtual Conference Assistant, International Society of Environmental Ethics conference (Fall 2020)
  • Webmaster, Graduate Philosophy Society at Emory (2019-?)
  • Panel Moderator, VitalismNew Materialisms and Economies of Excess conference, Emory University (Fall 2016)

Other Scholarly Engagements

  • Public Humanities Workshop, Mellon Humanities PhD Interventions Project (Summer 2021)
  • First Generation Women’s Collective, Center for Women (2020-21)
  • Passionate Teaching in the Research Environment: How to Create Meaningful Online Learning Experiences, National Humanities Center (Summer 2020)
  • Piedmont TATTO Fellowship on Sustainability and Curriculum Development, Piedmont Project (Summer 2019)
  • Empowering Interdisciplinary Teaching & Scholarship, Institute for the Liberal Arts (Summer 2019)
  • Emory Foundations of Online Teaching, Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (2017-18)
  • Natures of Space, Spaces of Nature, Collegium Phaenomenologicum (Summer 2017)

Additional information (unlisted positions and service work, publications, presentations, academic honours, certifications, memberships) available upon request.