Shoshana McIntosh | Philosophy & Religion

Shoshana McIntosh

Shoshana McIntosh
Teaching Assistant
B.A. English with minors in Dance and Asian Studies, Western Michigan University
M.A. Art Education, University of North Texas
Interests: Environment Ethics, Critical Animal Studies, Multi-species Justice, Ecofeminism, Embodiment, Posthuman Phenomenology, Philosophy of Education

Shoshana McIntosh is a PhD student and Teaching Assistant in the Philosophy and Religion department at UNT. Her research centers around the relations between humans and other-than-human animals particularly in education, aesthetics, and ethics. She focuses on the role of embodiment in forming these relations and how care-based and justice-oriented embodied theories and practices can help build a more equitable multi-species community. Shoshana is also a K-12 educator passionate about creating and implementing radical multi-species pedagogies. She has been doing philosophy with children in North Texas for the past five years.