Recent Articles

(Dec '19 and after)

Book Chapter

Frodeman, Robert, 2021. Interdisciplinarity and the dilemmas of knowledge. In: Bridging Research Disciplines to Advance Animal Welfare Science: A practical guide. Camerlink, I. (Ed.). CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.

3 Quarks Daily

Taking Philosophy into the Field     December, 2019

The Impact of Philosophy -- and the Philosophy of Impact    January, 2020

Learning from COVID    February, 2020

Social Epistemology

Field Philosophy: Practice and Theory    Social Epistemology, 35:4, (2021) pp. 345-357

Dallas Morning News

What happens when society emphasizes technical education and treats the humanities as irrelevant?  February 3, 2020

Jackson Hole News and Guide

Will COVID Shatter Our Summer?    May 13, 2020

We’re Shooting Mountain Goats in a National Park. Do we Know Why?     October 28, 2020

Many Must Work Toward Hoback's Clean Water (with Carlin Girard)     December 9, 2020

Of Foxes, Goats, and Bears: Rethinking Wildlife Policy    February 24, 2021

Contemplating a Tourism Nightmare Scenario    May 5, 2021

Environmentalism Can be Hazardous to Your Health    June 16, 2021

Redefining Progress in Jackson  August 25, 2021

Let's plan the future of Hoback Junction in a thoughtful way  September 29, 2021

Park challenges keep growing steeper, December 1, 2021

Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective

Response to Coeckelbergh's review of Transhumanism, Science, and the Ends of Nature   June 3, 2020

Bears as Neighbors   May 14, 2021

Issues in Science and Technology

New Wine and New Bottles: The Humanities in the Post-COVID Conversation    Summer, 2020

Blank and Pitiless (Review of Steve Fuller's Nietzschean Meditations)    Fall, 2020


Ordeal by Title IX   August 14, 2020