Lochner, Rosalie Siemon

Committee: Harriet Davidson, Mary Gossy, Jasbir Puar
Post-MA Employment/Education: Visiting Instructor, Department of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University
Thesis/Practicum: Thesis: No One is Never the Other: Translation and an Ethics of Cohabitation in Difference
Rosalie Siemon Lochner earned a B.A. degree in Philosophy from Boston University, and has M.A. degrees in Women’s and Gender Studies from Rutgers University and in Philosophy from DePaul University, where she is completed her Ph.D in 2013. Her dissertation is titled: “Arendt and Spivak: A Feminist Approach to Political Worlding and Appearing.” Her work concentrates on political, ethical and feminist issues. She also works on questions related to child agency in medical ethics. Her M.A. theses considered the ethical dimensions of Martin Heidegger and Gayatri Spivak and the ethical and political margins in Sophocles’ Antigone. She enjoys reading and contributing to food blogs, hiking with her family, and distance running.