Jeffrey Nall, Ph.D.


Philosophy

Jeffrey Nall, Ph.D., is a Master Instructor of Philosophy at Indian River State College. He previously taught philosophy at the University of Central Florida, and is an adjunct instructor in FAU’s Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies department. Nall holds a master’s of liberal studies from Rollins College and a Ph.D. in Comparative Studies, with a concentration on Public Intellectualism and Feminist Theory, from Florida Atlantic University (FAU). He also holds a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies from FAU. He is the author of “Feminism and the Mastery of Women and Childbirth: an Ecofeminist Examination of the Cultural Maiming and Reclaiming of Maternal Agency During Childbirth” (Academica Press, 2014). In addition to teaching and writing, Nall delivers public talks on topics ranging from applied ethics, feminist theory, men and masculinity, militarism and peace, and class and economic justice. He resides in Vero Beach with his best friend, April, and their four amazing children.

Men are Not from Mars and Women are not from Venus

Feminist Theory 101

Drawing on his experience teaching courses in FAU’s Department for Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Professor Nall delivers a tried-and-true presentation of the key aspects of feminist thought. Utilizing engaging thought experiments, Nall guides audience members to realize the way in which patriarchal concepts of gender are deeply embedded in the general public’s thinking and practices.
Register Early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a one-time lecture or event.

Course # W1F3 — One Time Event
Place:Auditorium, Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
Dates:Friday, March 11 2016
Time:2:30 - 4 PM
Fee:$25 / member; $35 / non-member

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