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Curriculum Vitae
MICHAEL PHILIP ALLEN

Department of Philosophy

East Tennessee State University

Johnson City, TN 37614-0656

Office phone (423) 439-6625

allenmp@etsu.edu


EMPLOYMENT

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, East Tennessee State University, 2012 to present

Adjunct Faculty, Department of Behavioral and Community Health, East Tennessee State University, 2014 to present

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, East Tennessee State University, 2006 to 2012



EDUCATION


PhD. Saint Louis University (2006)

MA. California State University at Los Angeles (1998)

BA (Hons). University College of Wales at Aberystwyth, UK (1984)
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy




WORK IN PROGRESS

MONOGRAPH

Civil Disobedience in Global Perspective, Springer Studies in Global Justice (Under Contract)

PUBLICATIONS (REFEREED)
ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
(9) “Reconsidering Illegal Hunting as a Crime of Dissent: Implications for Justice and Deliberative Uptake,” Criminal Law and Philosophy, 2015 (Co-author: Erica Von Essen)
(8) “Civil Disobedience in Cosmopolitan Perspective: National Responsibility, Citizenship, Representation,” in Cosmopolitanism and the Legacies of Dissent, Routledge Studies in Social and Political Thought, eds. T. Caraus and C. Parvu (Routledge, 2014).
(7) “Rationality and the Morality of Global Food-Justice,” in Morality and Spirituality in the Contemporary World, eds. C. Chakrabarti and S. Fairbanks (Cambridge Scholars, 2012)
(6) “Is Liberty Bad for Your Health? Towards a Moderate View of the Co-Equality of Liberty and Health” Public Health Ethics 4:3 (2011)
(5) “Misrecognition and Domination in Transnational Democracy,” Contemporary Political Theory 9:2 (2010) (This paper was the Feature Article in the “Theory and Practice” section of CPT)
(4) “Civil Rights and Political Human Rights: Contesting Human Rights Failures within Democratic States,” Politics 29:1 (2009) (This paper was listed one of the top ten “most frequently downloaded articles” in Politics in 2009)
(3) “Civil Disobedience and Terrorism: Testing the Limits of Deliberative Democracy,” Theoria 118 (2009)

(2) “Effective Opportunity and Democratic Deliberation,” Politics 27:2 (2007)

(1)“Hegel between Non-Domination and Expressive Freedom: Capabilities, Perspectives, Democracy,” Philosophy and Social Criticism 32:4 (2006)


ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES (INVITED)
Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chatterjee, Editor-in-Chief, Springer Reference (2011)
(20) “Bohman, James;” (19) “Civil Disobedience, International;” (18) “Civil Disobedience, Transnational;” (17) “Cosmopolitan Republicanism;” (16) “Dante;” (15) “Democratic Legitimacy;” (14) “Democracy, Transnational;” (13) “Dryzek, John;” (12) “Global Citizenship;” (11) “Global Human Rights Culture;” (10) “Global Public;” (9) “Grameen Bank;” (8) “Habermas, Jurgen;” (7) “Hegel;” (6) “Held, David;” (5) “Humanitarian Intervention, Non-Military;” (4) “MEND (Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta);” (3) “Political Representation;” (2) “Terrorism;” (1) “Walzer, Michael.”
REVIEWS (INVITED)
Amelie Rorty and James Schmidt, eds, Kant’s Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim: A Critical Guide, Cambridge University Press, 2009, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (2009)
Jeffrey Alexander, The Civil Sphere, Oxford University Press, 2006, Social Forces 88:2 (2009)
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS (REFEREED)
(13) “The Morality of Interfering with Wild Animals: Towards a Republican Framework for Relational Animal Ethics,” South Carolina Philosophy Association, Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC, 2015 (Co-author: Erica Von Essen)
(12) “Why Liberty is not a Morally Self-Contained Value: J. S. Mill and the Health of the Public,” Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, San Diego CA, 2014
(11) “Civil Disobedience by the Undocumented and the Obligation of Uptake,” Critical Theory Roundtable, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, Mo, 2013
(10) “Why Cyber-Harms are Not a Non-violent Alternative to War,” Meeting of Concerned Philosophers for Peace, Mercer University, Macon, GA, 2012.
(9) “Non-Voluntary Civil Disobedients,” Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Washington DC, 2011
(7) “Rationality and the Morality of Global Food Justice,” Spirituality, Rationality and Morality, Davis and Elkins College, WV, 2011
(6) “Is Liberty Bad For Your Health?” Social Justice: A Public Health Imperative, Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Denver, CO, Fall 2010
(5) “Global Deliberative Politics and Humanitarian Intervention,” Communities of Justice, Baker Philosophy Colloquium, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, 2009
(4) “Transnational Civil Disobedience and the Transcultural Self,” Spirituality, Self, and Culture, Kolkata, India, 2009
(3) “International Civil Disobedience and Humanitarian Intervention,” Freedom and Sovereignty, Globalization and Colonization, Davis and Elkins College, WV, 2008
(2) “Civil Rights and Political Human Rights: Contesting Human Rights Failures within Democratic States,” Human Rights, Individualism, Globalization, Bethany College, WV, 2008.
(1)“Misrecognition and Domination in Transnational Democracy,” Critical Theory Roundtable, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO, 2007
(INVITED)
“Replies to Critics,” Author Meets Critics, Michael Allen, Civil Disobedience in Global Perspective, Tennessee Philosophical Association, TN, 2015.
“So, you think you know about Marxism …” Philosophy Coffee, Philosophy Department, ETSU, 2015
“Hactivism, Civil Disobedience, and Executive Prerogative” Philosophy Coffee, Philosophy Department, ETSU, 2014
“Does Inequality Make You Sick?” Philosophy Coffee, Philosophy Department, ETSU, 2013
“Health and Justice in Classical and Contemporary Political Philosophy,” College of Allied and Public Health, ETSU, 2013
“Health and Social Justice,” College of Allied and Public Health, ETSU, 2012
AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS
Reduced Instructional Assignment, Philosophy Department, ETSU, Fall 2012, Spring 2011, & Fall 2008
Summer Research Fellowship, College of Arts and Sciences and Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, ETSU, Summer 2012
Discretionary Research Funding, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, ETSU, Fall 2008
Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty, ETSU, 2008 to present
Pass with “Great Distinction,” Doctoral Oral Examination, Saint Louis University, 2006
Danforth Research Assistantship, Saint Louis University, 2003-6
SLU2000 Research Fellowship, Saint Louis University, 2002
James Collins Scholarship Award, Saint Louis University 2002
University Fellow, Saint Louis University, 1999-2003
COURSES TAUGHT
Senior Seminar (4000 level)
Global Justice (4000/5000 level)
Social Justice (4000/5000 level)
Marxism (4000/5000 level)
Modern Political Philosophy (4000/5000 level)
Classical Political Philosophy (4000/5000 level)
Philosophy of Law (3000 level)
Deliberative Democracy (3000 level)
Human Rights (4000/5000 level)
Philosophies of Globalization (3000 level)
Philosophy and Terrorism (3000 level)
Philosophy as Conversation (2000 level)
Introduction to Philosophy (1000 level)
AFFILIATIONS
American Philosophical Association
Political Studies Association
American Public Health Association


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