Anna E. Mudde
Associate professor of Philosophy at the University of Regina
Anna E. Mudde is Associate Professor of philosophy at Campion College at the University of Regina, Canada, in the homelands and ancestral territories of the Métis Nation/les Michif, the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Nakota, Lakota, and Dakota peoples. There, she listens to entirely too many podcasts, drinks her husband's beer, and feels, well, OK about it.
She specializes in using feminist epistemologies, Science and Technology Studies, existential philosophies, and metaphilosophical methods to theorize critical objectivity and subjectivity, self-knowledge, and responsible, embodied knowing and being. She often draws on philosophies of technology, literature, science, and care, and has abiding interests in mirrors, in the limits of philosophical practices of “reflection,” and in theorizing responsibility and privilege. Her newest projects are focused on technē as craft, and consider marginalized knowledges and metaphysical practices as they are expressed through human engagements with objects, bodies, and technologies... like knitting!