Simone Davis

Associate Director, Ethics, Society & Law Program; TRN303H Ethics and Society; TRN321H1 Selected Topics in Ethics, Society, and Law; TRN171Y1 Ethics and the Public Sphere
Fellow of the College
Gerald Larkin Building: 15 Devonshire Pl, Room 322
Tel: 416-946-8667  68667

PhD (English), University of California, Berkeley, 1996

MA (English, Creative Writing), University of California, Berkeley, 1992

BA (English), New York University, 1987

Teaching Area:
English, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies

Research Interests:
Prisons, approaches to justice, prison education; interdisciplinary approaches to ethics; commodity culture and subjectivities, history of advertising; community-based learning and intergroup dialogue

Turning Teaching Inside Out: A Pedagogy of Transformation, with co-editor Barbara Sherr Roswell. NY: Palgrave, forthcoming 2013. Living Up to the Ads: Gender Fictions of the 1920s. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2000. Numerous articles, including “Loose Lips Sink Ships,” first appeared Feminist Studies 28:1. (Spring 2002): 7-35.

Simone Davis