Susan Hawthorne

Associate Professor

651-690-6108

schawthorne@stkate.edu

Ph.D., Philosophy
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2008

Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Minnesota. (2014). Resident Fellowship

St. Catherine University. (2013). Summer Scholars mentoring and research support

Mount Holyoke College. (2011). Faculty grant for research support

University of Minnesota. (2010). Visiting Fellow, Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science

University of Massachusetts, Amherst. (2010). Online writing fellowship

University of Minnesota. (2007). Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship

University of Minnesota. (2006). Mark and Judy Yudof Fellowship in Science Policy and Ethics

University of Minnesota. (2006). Swenson-Kierkegaard Fellowship, Department of Philosophy

Community Connections: Digitally Enhanced Community-Based Learning in Philosophy (2012).

Book

Hawthorne, S. (2014). Accidental Intolerance: How We Stigmatize ADHD and How We Can Stop, New York, Oxford University Press

Proceedings

Hawthorne, S. "Communication Throughout Investigation: A Pragmatist Framework for Conducting Clinical Science."

Journal Article

Hawthorne, S. (2007). "ADHD drugs: Values that drive the debates and decisions."

Ilea, R. & Hawthorne, S. (2011). "Beyond Service Learning: Civic Engagement in Philosophy Classes."

Hawthorne, S. (2010). "Embedding Values: How Science and Society Jointly Valence a Concept—the Case of ADHD."

Hawthorne, S. (2010). "Institutionalized Intolerance of ADHD: Sources and Consequences."

Hawthorne, S. "Rejoining Facts and Values: A Pragmatist Framework for Clinical Science."

Review/Critique/Discussion

Hawthorne, S. (2010). "Redefining ADHD: Disagreement Over Values."

Book Review

Hawthorne, S. (2007). "No Child Left Different."

Hawthorne, S. (2014). "Cultivating Citizenship: Student-Initiated Civic Engagement Projects." American Philosophical Association, San Diego, CA

Hawthorne, S. (2013). "Rejoining Facts and Values in Clinical Science: Examples from the Bariatric Surgery Literature." Philosophy of Medicine Roundtable, Columbia University, New York City

Hawthorne, S. (2013). "Rejoining Facts and Values in Clinical Science: Examples from the Bariatric Surgery Literature." Minnesota Philosophical Society, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN

Hawthorne, S. (2013). "Communication Throughout Investigation: A Pragmatist Framework for Conducting Clinical Science." Third Iowa State University Summer Symposium on Science Communication: Ethical Issues in Science Communication: A Theory-Based Approach

Hawthorne, S., Ilea, R. & Janzen, M. (2013). "Cultivating Citizenship: How to Implement Civic Engagement Projects in your Philosophy Classes." Public Philosophy Network

Hawthorne, S. (2012). "Value-Laden Clinical Research: Why Trumping Is No Solution." FEMMSS

Hawthorne, S. (2010). "Good* Research? Managing Facts with Values (Gender Differences in ADHD?)." IAPH 2010: Feminism, Science and Values

Hawthorne, S. (2010). "Science, Society, and Reinforced Intolerance of Mental Illness." Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice

Hawthorne, S. (2008). "Entangled Influence: Science, Society, and the Value Valence of ADHD Research." “Symposium: Values in Science, Norms in Context,” Philosophy of Science Association Biennial Meeting

Hawthorne, S. (2008). "The Hybrid Construct of ADHD: A Challenge for Philosophy of Science." “Mini-Conference: Making Philosophy of Science Socially Relevant,” Annual Meeting of the Pacific Branch of the American Philosophical Association

Hawthorne, S. (2007). "Embedding of Values in Science: The Case of ADHD." Society for the Philosophy of Science in Practice

Hawthorne, S. (2006). "Partiality to Family: Its Justification and Its Limits in the Face of Global Poverty." AHRC Scottish Ethics Network Conference on Demandingness in Ethics and Philosophy

Hawthorne, S. (2005). "The Messiness of ‘Disorder’: Questioning the Normal: Disordered Dichotomy." Conference: Beyond Dichotomies, Across the Boundaries: Interdisciplinary Investigations of Dynamic Interactions in the Biological and Social Sciences

Hawthorne, S. (2004). "Racism, Sexism, and the Status Quo: Does Hume’s Moral Theory Encourage Complacency." Minnesota Philosophical Society