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August 2018|CV  Justin Donhauser Bowling Green State University  Philosophy Department / 305 Shatzel Hall / Bowling Green, Ohio 43403    Email: jdonhau@
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  August   2018|CV      Bowling   Green   State   University   Philosophy   Department   /   305   Shatzel   Hall   /   Bowling   Green,   Ohio   43403   Email:    jdonhau@bgsu.edu   Rr_________________________________________________________________________________AOS   Environmental   Ethics;   Applied   Philosophy   of    Science;   Metaphysics   AOC   Ethics;   History   of    Empiricism;   Early   Modern;   Meaning   of    Life   SELECT   APPOINTMENTS   V   Junior   Faculty:   Philosophy   Department   Bowling   Green   State   University   July   2017  ‐ July   2018   Rotman   Institute   of   Philosophy   Postdoctoral   Associate   University   of    Western   Ontario   July   2016  ‐ July   2017   Rotman   Institute   of   Philosophy   Postdoctoral   Fellow   University   of    Western   Ontario   Aug.   2014  ‐ May   2016   Service   learning   Faculty   Teaching   Fellow   State   University   of    New   York   (SUNY)   Buffalo   State   Aug.   2009  ‐ Aug.   2015   National   Science   Foundation   NSF)   Ecosystem   Restoration   through   Interdisciplinary   Exchange   ERIE   IGERT)   PhD   Fellow   University   at   Buffalo   Jan.   2008  ‐ June   2009   Research   Assistant   to   Associate   Dean   of   Undergraduate   Education   University   at   Buffalo   EDUCATION______________________________________________________________________   2015   PhD   in   Philosophy:   University   at   Buffalo   Dissertation:   “A   Philosophy   of    Theoretical   Ecology   for   Environmental   Policy”   Co ‐ advisors:   Kenneth   Shockley   and   Neil   Williams   2009  ‐ 2015   Ecosystem   Restoration   through   Interdisciplinary   Exchange   Integrative   Graduate   Education   Research   Traineeship   ERIE   IGERT):   University   at   Buffalo   2008   MA   in   Philosophy:   University   at   Buffalo   Advisor:   Neil   Williams   2006   BA   Summa Cum Laude )   in   Philosophy   :   SUNY   Buffalo   State   Honors   advisors:   David   Hunter   and   Kimberly   Blessing   2002 ‐ 2003   Philosophy   Religious   Studies   Major:   SUNY   Oneonta   PUBLICATIONS   V   A RTICLES   20.   (in   press)   Informative   Ecological   Models   without   Ecological   Forces   Synthese   DOI   10.1007/s11229 ‐ 018 ‐ 1859 ‐ 8   19.   (in   press)   Dawning   of   the   Ethics   of   Environmental   Robots   Science&EngineeringEthics   w/   A.   van   Wynsberghe   Published   “Online   First”2017:   DOI   10.1007/s11948 ‐ 017 ‐ 9990 ‐ 3      2 of    8 ARTICLES   CONT.   18.   (in   press)   Knowledge   Transfer   in   Theoretical   Ecology:   Implications   for   Incommensurability,   Voluntarism,   and   Pluralism   StudiesinHistory&PhilosophyofScience, S.I   on   Knowledge   Transfer  w/   J.   Shaw:   DOI:   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.shpsa.2018.06.011   17.   (in   press)   Ecological   Historicity   and   Novelty   in   the   Anthropocene   EnvironmentalValues   w/   E.   Desjardins   &   G.   Barker   Published   “Online   First”   2017:   http://www.whpress.co.uk/EV/EVpapers.html   16.   (forthcom.) The   Urgency   of   Environmental   Robotics   and   its   Ethics   RaddingtonReport   w/   A.   van   Wynsberghe   15.   (2018)   How   New   Climate   Science   and   Policy   Can   Help   Climate   Refugees    JournalofEthicalUrbanLiving 1(2),   1 ‐ 21.   14.   (2018)   The   Dangers   of   Replacing   ‘Adaptation   to   Change’   with   ‘Resilience’   Ethics,Policy,&Environment 21(1),   34 ‐ 8.   13.   (2017)   The   value   of   weather   event   science   for   pending   UN   climate   policy   decisions   Ethics,Policy,&Environment 20(3),   263–278.   12.   (2017)   Invisible   Disagreement:   an   Inverted   Qualia   Argument   for   Realism   PhilosophicalStudies   174(3),   593 ‐ 606.   11.   (2017)   Differentiating   and   Defusing   Theoretical   Ecology’s   Criticisms:   a   rejoinder   to   Sagoff’s   reply   to   Donhauser   2016   StudiesinHistory&PhilosophyofBiological&BiomedicalSciences 63,   70 ‐ 79.   10.   (2016)   Making   Ecological   Values   Make   Sense:   toward   more   operationalizable   ecological   legislation   Ethics&theEnvironment    Vol.   21(2):   1 ‐ 25.   9.   (2016)   Theoretical   Ecology   as   Etiological   from   the   Start   StudiesinHistory&Philosophy  ofBiological&BiomedicalSciences, Vol.   60:   67 ‐ 76.   8.   (2014)   How   Theoretical   Analyses   in   Ecology   Can   Enable   Environmental   Problem   solving   Ethics&theEnvironment  ,   Vol.   19(2):   91 ‐ 116.   7.   (2012)   Implications   of   implication   BulletinofSymbolicLogic,18 :   147 ‐ 148.   w/   John   Corcoran   C HAPTERS   6.   (forthcom.)   Imaging   Human e)ness:   How   dangerous   could   robots   be?   in   PhilosophyandBlackMirror  ,   Blackwell:   w/   Scott   Midson   5.   (forthcom.)   Novel   Ecosystems:   Addressing   the   “Anything   Goes”   Worry   (French   trans.)   in   Penserlaprotectiondel'environnementàpartirdel'écologie, P.   Huneman   and   G.   Lecointre   eds.,   Éditions   Matériologiques.   w/   E.   Desjardins   and   G.   Barker   4.   (forthcom.)   Unwriting   the   Myth s)   of   Multilevel   Selection   in   Thehistorical&    conceptualplaceofmulti‐levelselectionwithinevolutionarytheory   Jeller   (ed.)   3.   (2014)   Grey   Matters:   Personal   Identity   in   the   Fringe   Universe s)   in   ThePhilosophyofJ.J.Abrams ,   Kentucky   University   Press:   14 ‐ 42.   w/   A.P.   Taylor   2.   (2012)   If   Walter   White   is   breaking   bad,   maybe   we   are   too   in   ‘BreakingBad’andPhilosophy ,   Open   Court:   113 ‐ 123.   1.   (2007)   Fade   to   Black:   Absurdity,   Suicide,   and   the   Downward   Spiral   in   MetallicaandPhilosophy ,   Blackwell:   148 ‐ 159.   w/   K.   Blessing      3 of    8 U NDER   REVIEW   AND   I N   REVISION   3. Models   are   Metaphysics   2. The   Ethics   of   Robot   Organisms   1. The   Multilevel   Selectionist’s   Mistake   JOURNAL   AND   PUBLISHER   SERVICE   X   E DITORIAL   B OARD   MEMBER   2017 ‐ present   StudiesinHistory&PhilosophyofBiological&BiomedicalSciences R EFEREE   Publishers: OxfordUniversityPress Journals: Biology&Philosophy;EnvironmentalValues;EuropeanJournalforPhilosophyofScience;StudiesinHistory&PhilosophyofBiological&BiomedicalSciences TEACHING   (in   order   by   dates   taught)   V   F ULL   R ESPONSIBILITY   G RADUATE   C OURSES   x   2)   Health   Care   Ethics :   Spring   2017;   Emerging   Issues   in   Urban   Sustainability :   Fall   2016   F ULL   R ESPONSIBILITY   U NDERGRADUATE   C OURSES   x   51)   Environmental   Ethics :   Fall   2018   Logic/Critical   thinking :   Fall   2018   (triple   section);   Summ.   2017;   Wint.   2017;   Summ.   2016;   Wint.   2016;   Summ.   2015;   Wint.   2015   Intro.   to   Philosophy :   Fall   2018   (2   secs.);   Spring   2016   (2   secs.);   Fall   2015   (2   secs.);   Fall   2014   (2   secs.);   Summ.   2014;   Spring   2014   (2   secs.);   Fall   2013   (2   secs.);   Summ.   2013;   Spring   2013   (2   secs.);   Summ.   2012;   Spring   2012;   Fall   2011;   Summ.   2009;   Spring   2009   (2   secs.)   Social   Justice   and   Sustainability :   Spring   2016   Sustainability   Practicum   (community ‐ engaged   service ‐ learning):   Spring   2016   Students   for   Sustainability   (community ‐ engaged   service ‐ learning):   Fall   2015;   Spring   2015;   Fall   2014   Philosophy   of   Natural   Science :   Fall   2015;   Fall   2014   Ethics   survey) :   Spring   2015   (2   secs.);   Fall   2013;   Fall   2012   (2   secs.);   Fall   2008   (2   secs.)   Philosophy   of   Social   Science :   Spring   2015;   Spring   2014   Meaning   of   Life :   Spring   2013;   Fall   2012   Debates   in   Ecological   Restoration :   Spring   2011   (co ‐ taught   w/   R.   Earle)   A SSISTANT   T EACHING   x   10)   Assistant   Instructor:   World   Civilizations   II :   Spring   2012   (2   secs.)   Assistant   Instructor:   World   Civilizations   I :   Fall   2011   (3   secs.)   Tutor:   Philosophy/Composition :   Summ.   2008   TA:   English   Composition:   Summer   2008   (2   secs.)   TA:   Introduction   to   Philosophy:   Spring   2006   (double   section);   Fall   2005   (double   section)   THESIS/PROJECT   SUPERVISION   V   Term s)   Student s)Major   Level)Project Fall   2015   Spring   2015   Spring   2015   Spring   2015   Fall   2013   Sara   Panzica   Ashley   Coleman   Ant.   Maldonado   Jess   Lauer   &   Jocelyn   Richter   Sophie   Herman   Arts   &   Letters   (UG)   Hospitality   (UG)   Business   /Philosophy   (UG)   Education   (UG);   Education   (Grad.)   Human   Geography   (UG)   “Karma   Project”   (Yoga   in   Jail/Rehab)   Sustainability   Awareness   Assessment   Urban   Youth   Outreach   Campus   ‘Clean ‐ up’   Assessment   Refugee   resettl.   in   EPA   “impact   zones”      4 of    8 TEACHING   APPOINTMENTS   X   Full   time   Clinical   Faculty:   Philosophy   (Bowling   Green   State)   June   2009  ‐ Aug.   2017   Lecturer/   Service   learning   Faculty   Fellow:   Philosophy   (Buffalo   State)   Jan.   2017  ‐ Aug.   2017   Adjunct   Lecturer:   Humanities   (D’Youville   College)   Aug.   2011  ‐ June   2012   Assistant   Instructor:   Philosophy   (University   at   Buffalo)   Aug.   2008  ‐ May   2009   Adjunct   Lecturer:   Philosophy   (Niagara   University)   Summer   2008   Graduate   Assistant:   Academic   Development   Services   (University   at   Buffalo)   Aug.   2005  ‐ May   2006   Teaching   Assistant :   Philosophy   &   Religious   Studies   (Buffalo   State)   SELECT   GRANTS   AND   AWARDS   X   2016   2015   2016   SUNY   Chancellor’s   Award   for   Excellence   in   Teaching   $ 1K   (Buffalo   State)   2015   Western   New   York   Service   Learning   Coalition   WNYSLC)   Faculty   Fellow   2011  ‐ 2012   Humanities   Institute   Special   Fellow’s   stipend   $ 4K   (University   at   Buffalo)   2009  ‐ 2011   Ecosystem   Restoration   through   Interdisciplinary   Exchange   Integrative   Graduate   Education   and   Research   Traineeship   ERIE   IGERT)   Fellowship   $ 62K:   National   Science   Foundation   (NSF)   endowed   (University   at   Buffalo)   2010   Romanell   Award   for   Best   Dissertation   Research   in   Philosophical   Naturalism   $ 1K :   Philosophy   Department   (University   at   Buffalo)   PRESENTATIONS   V   R EFEREED   33.   Oct.   2018   Ecologically   Integrated   Robots:   Re   Orienting   Enviro.   Values   w/   Desjardins   &   Barker   Confirmed   4th   conference   of  SociallyRelevantPhilosophyof/inScienceandEngineering (Guelph)  32.   June   2018   Potential   Hidden   Dangers   of   Biomimicking   Robots   w/   Barker   &   Desjardins   CanadianPhilosophicalAssociation(CPA)AnnualCongress2018 (Montreal)  *   Jan.   2018   Environmental   Robot   Ethics?    AmericanPhilosophicalAssociation(APA)EasternDivision2018 (Savannah)    *Unable   to   attend   session   due   to   airport   closures;   will   post   talk   on   APA   blog   31.   Nov.   2018   The   Special   Problem   of   Climate   Refugees   EthicsandPolitical,SocialandLegalAnnualConference(U.Michigan) 30.   May   2017   Informative   Ecological   Models   without   General   Ecological   Forces   CanadianSociety  forHistory&PhilosophyofScience:Congress2017    (Ryerson   University)   29.   April   2017   What   Theoretical   Ecology   Reveals   about   Knowledge   Transfer   ScientificKnowledgeUnder  Pluralism: Center   for   Philosophy   of    Science   (Univ.   of    Pittsburgh)   28.   Mar.   2017   Facilitating   Adaptations   to   Climate   Change   GreatLakesPhilosophyConference   (Siena   Heights   University)   27.   Jan.   2017   Adapting   to   Climate   Change   in   the   City:   On   Building   Facilitative   Institutions    AmericanPhilosophicalAssociation(APA)EasternDivision(Baltimore) 26.   June   2016   Making   Ecological   Value   Make   Sense   SocietyforPhilosophyofScienceinPractice(SPSP)  BiennialConference   (Rowan   University)   25.   Jan.   2016   The   value   of   weather   event   attribution   for   adaptation   decision   making   and   the   UNFCCC   Policy   Framework   going   forward    APAEasternDivision(Washington,DC)  
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