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: Philosophy of Embodiment, Phenomenology, Animal Studies, Decolonial Studies, Philosophy of Education

Shoshana McIntosh is a PhD student and Teaching Assistant in the Philosophy and Religion department at UNT. Her research centers around questions pertaining to embodiment and animals. She is currently considering how perceptions of and interactions with other animals are shaped and investigating alternatives theories and practices that are decolonized, more embodied, and care based. Shoshana is also a K-12 educator and has been doing philosophy with children in North Texas for the past five years.