Amy Marvin is an independent scholar located just outside of Philadelphia. She received a PhD in Philosophy from University of Oregon in 2019, where she was a main co-organizer for the first conference on trans philosophy and taught several courses on Trans Studies, Trans Literature, and Trans Philosophy. Her writing appears in Contingent Magazine, Hypatia, Feminist Philosophy Quarterly, Transgender Studies Quarterly, and the APA Newsletter on LGBTQ Issues in Philosophy. She also writes comic poetry, bakes bread, and is getting into composting.
Tune in to Amy Marvin’s episode on the Choose to be Curious podcast!
Want to teach Amy Marvin’s Curiosity Studies chapter? Consider pairing with:
- Viviane Namaste, “How to Become an American Transgender Theorist (A Recipe)” (1988).
Read more from Amy Marvin on curiosity!
- “Assumptive Care and Futurebound Care in Trans Literature,” APA Newsletter on LGBTQ Issues in Philosophy 19.1 (2019).
- “Museum People,” in Braided Channel, by Isobel Bess and Amy Marvin (2020).