Dr. Tiffany Tsantsoulas
Oral History Interviewer
Dr. Tiffany Tsantsoulas is a member of the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department where she teaches courses focused on social philosophy, the philosophy of race, and feminist philosophy. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy with a graduate minor in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies from the Pennsylvania State University, an M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Ottawa, and a B.Hum. in Philosophy and Humanities from Carleton University. Tiffany’s research is concerned with how structural oppressions and privileges are reinforced and challenged within everyday experience. She has published peer-reviewed articles in the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Symposium, and the Public Philosophy Journal, and her current project develops an account of “dynamic disorientation” to describe the lived body as a site of resistance to the structural oppressions of colonial racism. She also serves on the Public Philosophy Network’s Governing Board.