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								Chris L.																 Kraatz

Chris L. Kraatz

Senior Lecturer, Philosophy
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Native American and Indigenous Studies
Department: Philosophy
(317) 274-5344
CA 333B

Education

Education

Ph.D., Purdue University, 1994

M.A., Purdue University, 1991

B.A., Ferrum College (Virgina), 1989

Teaching

Teaching

Frequently taught courses: Ethics (P120); Logic (P162); Environmental Ethics (P237); Nineteenth-Century Philosophy (P317); American Indian Philosophies (P357).

Awards

Awards

Liberal Arts Outstanding Distinguished Lecturer Award, 2007.

Trustees Teaching Award, 2006.

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2002.

C.P. Minnick Award for Excellence in Religious and Philosophical Studies, Ferrum College, 1989.

Publications

Publications

Radical Recovery: A Manifesto of Eating Disorder Pride, University Press of America, 2006; ISBN: 0-7618-3473-7.

“Ecopsychology and ‘Dominion Over Nature’,” Axial, Spring 2013.

“An Introduction to Ecofeminism,” Axial, Fall 2009.

“The Body Modification Paradox,” Eating Disorder Education, vol. 3, March 2008.

“Immoral Religion: Vine Deloria, Jr. on Christianity,” Axial, Spring 2001.

“Consequences of Ricoeur’s Time and Narrative with Regard to an Integrated Understanding of the Meaning of Death,” Phenomenological Inquiry, vol. 18, October, 1994.

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

American Indian Philosophies, Environmental Ethics, 19th Century German Philosophy.

Location

Location:
CA 333B
Address:
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202