Anne-Marie Schultz, Ph.D.
Morrison Hall 222
Anne-Marie Schultz's CV
•Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. (1993)
•Trinity University, B.A. (1988)
Areas of Interest
Ancient Philosophy, Augustine, Feminism, Nietzsche
“Socrates and Sophrosune: Narrative and Ethics in Plato’s Charmides,” Listening: A Journal of Philosophy and Religion Spring 2 007.
"Performing Protagoras: Revisiting the Intellectualist Socrates,” in Socrates: Reason or Unreason as the Foundation of European Identity, ed. Ann Ward (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press).
“Know Thyself: Socrates as Storyteller,” in Philosophy in Dialogue Form: Plato’s Many Devices, ed. Gary Scott (Evanston: Northwestern University Press 2007).
"Stories of Hope and the Challenge of Culture: Reading Gloria Anzaldúa, bell hooks, and Roberta Bondi," in The Gift of Story: Narrating Hope in a Postmodern World, eds. Mark Eaton and Emily Griesinger (Waco: Baylor University Press 2006), 51-68.
“Creating Community in the Philosophy Classroom: Using Blackboard’s Online Journal Program to Promote Philosophical Thinking, Writing, and Speaking,” Teaching Philosophy 29 (2006): 1-22. (with Lenore Wright)
Philosophy @ Baylor