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Cheryl Hall

Department of Government and International Affairs

                              University of South Florida, Tampa, FL 33620

                              (813) 974-0819 (phone) (813) 974-0832 (fax)

                                      chall@chuma1.cas.usf.edu
 
 
 
 

EDUCATION
 

Ph.D. Politics, Princeton University, June 1993
 

M.A. Politics, Princeton University, June 1988

B.A. Politics and Women's Studies, University of California, Santa

Cruz, December 1985
 
 
 

APPOINTMENTS
 

1994-present Assistant Professor, Department of Government and

International Affairs, University of South Florida
 

1995-1998 Co-Editor, Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy
 

Spring 1997 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
 
 

1993-1994 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Government and Law, Lafayette College
 

1992-1993 Visiting Instructor, Department of Politics, Mount Holyoke College
 
 
 

SPECIALIZATIONS
 

Political Theory (Ancient, Modern, and Contemporary)

Feminist Theory
 

PUBLICATIONS
 

2000 (forthcoming) "Passions and Constraint: The Marginalization of Passion in Liberal Political Theory "
Philosophy & Social Criticism
 

2000 (forthcoming) "Feminism's Essential Eros," The Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of
Philosophy, Volume VIII
 

1998 "The Political Value of Passion," American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Feminism
and Philosophy 98:1
 

1998 "Politics, Ethics, and the 'Uses of the Erotic': Why Feminists Need to Think About the Psyche" pp.
3-14 in Daring to Be Good: Essays in Feminist Ethico-Politics, Bat-Ami Bar On and Ann Ferguson,
eds. NY: Routledge
 

1997 Rousseau and the Politics of Ambiguity: Self, Nature, and Culture, by Mira Morgenstern, and
Domesticating Passions: Rousseau, Woman, and Nation, by Nicole Fermon. Reviewed for American
Political Science Review 91(4): xxx-xxx
 

1995 The Man Question: Visions of Subjectivity in Feminist Theory, by Kathy Ferguson. Reviewed for
Hypatia 10(3): 143-150
 
 
 

WORK IN PROGRESS
 

Reason, Passion, and Politics (book manuscript)
 

"Reason, Passion, and Politics in Rousseau"
 

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