Isabelle is a PhD student and teaching fellow in the Philosophy and Religion department at UNT. She is currently interested in investigating how Western political theory constructed the globalized industrial food system and how bodies and spaces are infected by its perpetuation. She also explores cooperative alternatives to capitalism and the power of food as a revolutionary tool. She is a bread baker by trade and actively works at local bakery making whole grain, sourdough breads.
Graduate Student Teaching Fellow
UNT Faculty Profile:
B.A. Philosophy with a minor in Peace Studies, Marquette University
M.A. Philosophy, University of North Texas
Interests: Philosophy of Food, Political Philosophy, Phenomenology, Feminisms