Dr. Sarah Woolwine
Full-Time Lecturer of Philosophy
Department of Humanities & Philosophy
University of Central Oklahoma
Sarah Woolwine received her doctorate in philosophy from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2011. Her areas of research specialization include 19th and 20th century continental philosophy, feminist philosophy, and Kant. Sarah’s recent publications include: “When Complementarianism Becomes Gender Apartheid: Feminist Philosophers’ Objections to the Christian Right,” (co-authored with Eva M. Dadlez), “Myth, Matriarchy, and the Philosophy of Sexual Difference: Luce Irigaray’s Critique of Culture in ‘The Universal as Mediation,’” and “Systematicity in the Critique of Aesthetic Judgment: The Emergence of a Unified Subject.” While at UCO, Sarah has taught courses in continental philosophy, 19th century philosophy, social & political Philosophy, introduction to philosophy, and specific areas of applied and professional ethics including engineering ethics and ethics for criminal justice majors. In her spare time she loves to camp, hike, and take trips with her husband and nine year-old step-daughter, Lily.
Snail mail: Humanities & Philosophy; UCO; Edmond, OK 73034