Katherine Davies

Assistant Professor of Philosophy - Arts And Humanities
+1 (972) 883-2722
Tags: Continental Philosophy History of Philosophy Feminist Philosophy PHIL IDEA

Professional Preparation

Doctorate - Philosophy
Emory University - 2017
Master's - Philosophy
Emory University - 2015
Bachelor's - Philosophy
Whitman College - 2010

Research Areas

Continental Philosophy
Feminist Philosophy
History of Philosophy


Forthcoming: "Antigone's (Poetic, Queer) Death: Heidegger, Butler, and Mortality" in an edited collection entitled Supposing Dasein were a Woman  2022 - publications
Forthcoming: "Heidegger’s Conversational Pedagogy" in an edited collection entitled Teaching Heidegger: Learning, Thinking, Being 2022 - publications
“The Architecture of Appearance: Arendt’s Feminism and Guatemala’s Private City” in Arendt Studies Volume 4 (Fall 2020): 53-82.  2020 - publications
“Heidegger’s Reading(s) of the Phaedrus” in Studia Phaenomenologica Volume XX (Fall 2020): 191-221. 2020 - publications
“When Home Isn’t: Feminist Philosophy and the U.S. Foster Care System” for the American Philosophical Association Women in Philosophy Blog, October, 2019. 2019 - publications
“The Resistant Interlocutor: Plato, Heidegger, and the End of Dialogue” in Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy Volume 23, Issue 1, (Fall 2018): 165-190. 2018 - publications
“Richard Capobianco’s Heidegger’s Way of Being” in Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual Volume 8 (2018): 97-108. 2018 - publications


Graduate Instructor
Emory University [2013–2017]
Visiting Assistant Professor
Miami University of Ohio [2017–2018]
Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2018–Present]


Heidegger’s Conversations: Toward a Poetic Pedagogy
Book manuscript in progress
Care as Custody: A Critical Feminist Phenomenology of the U.S. Foster Care System
Research in progress for future book manuscript


Futures of Intersectionality: Interrogating the Possibility of (Foster) Care Ethics
The Society for Women in Philosophy-Inland Northwest Annual Meeting, Spokane, WA
Teaching to Learn, Learning to Teach: Heidegger’s Country Path Conversations
Heidegger Circle 54th Annual Conference, Spokane, WA
Foster Care at the U.S. Southern Border: A Critique of Histories of (Genocidal) Family Separation
Society for the Philosophic Study of Genocide and the Holocaust in association with the APA Central Division Meeting, Chicago, IL
When Home isn’t: Feminist Philosophies of Home and Foster Care
SPEP - the Society for Phenomenological and Existential Philosophy, Duquesne University
Learning to Forget: Remembering Nietzsche’s (Emersonian) Education
The Nietzsche Society Satellite Meeting at SPEP, Duquesne University