Naomi Zack received her PhD in Philosophy from Columbia University and is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oregon. Zack’s newest book is White Privilege and Black Rights: The Injustice of US Police Racial Profiling and Homicide (April 2015). Her latest book is The Ethics and Mores of Race: Equality after the History of Philosophy (2011, 2015). Zack’s recent books are Ethics for Disaster (2009, 2010), Inclusive Feminism: A Third Wave Theory of Women’s Commonality (2005), and The Handy Answer Philosophy Book (2010). Zack’s earlier books include: Race and Mixed Race (1993); Bachelors of Science (1996); Philosophy of Science and Race (2002); and the short textbook, Thinking About Race (2nd edition, 2006). Zack’s forthcoming book is The Theory of Applicative Justice: An Empirical Pragmatic Approach to Correcting Racial Injustice (2016). In production is a 50-contributor Oxford Handbook on Philosophy and Race (2017). Zack also organizes the project on home and homelessness for the University of Oregon Philosophy Department, including the multimedia website: http://homelessness.philosophy.uoregon.edu/.
Here are the articles by Naomi Zack that have been published by the Journal:
- “Where in Our Discourse and How Should We Posit ‘Race?’” (Volume 7, Issue 2)