Audra Goodnight

Audra Goodnight

Adjunct Instructor in Philosophy

Year Started at GU: 2016
Phone: 618.664.2800
Email: audra.goodnight@greenville.edu
Areas of Responsibility:

Instructor - Major Issues of Philosophy

Education:

B.A., Philosophy, Asbury University, 2013
B.A., Latin, Asbury University, 2013
M.A., Philosophy, Saint Louis University, in progress
Ph.D., Philosophy, Saint Louis University, in Progress.

About Audra Goodnight


I am a philosopher, violinist, and avid runner.  Traveling, cooking, and thinking are my primary hobbies.  I grew up in Seattle, Washington where I showed and jumped horses for fun.  In 2013, I graduated with a degree in Latin and Philosophy from Asbury University and moved to St. Louis where I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy.  My work focuses on the moral significance of interpersonal (second-personal) relationships.  I attend The Bridge, FM church in Glen Carbon and am involved in Kingdom work in both Burundi, Africa and India.  I hope to pursue work abroad in some way once I complete my dissertation.

Courses

Major Issues of Philosophy

Publications and Presentations

"Testimonial Injustice: A Second Personal Account", Conference Presentation, Society for Women in Philosophy, Dublin, 2015

"Testimonial Injustice: A Second Personal Account", Conference Presentation, Iowa Philosophical Society, 2015

Professional Affiliations

Member of APA

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