part-time

Prof. Ashley Barkman

Adjunct Lecturer in Philosophy


Email: abarkman1@redeemer.ca

Programs: Philosophy, English – Writing

Education

MTS (2008), University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

CELTA (2005), Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK.

MA (2002), University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

BA (Hons), 2001, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

Courses

  • Aesthetics (PHL-248)
  • Faith and Philosophy (PHL-210)
  • Expository Writing I (ENG-201)

About

Ashley Barkman has taught part time in the Philosophy and English Departments at four post-secondary institutions. She has published on film and aesthetics and illustrated several covers for scholarly books.

Research Interests

  • Aesthetics
  • Social philosophy

Research Publications

Barkman, Ashley, Adam Barkman and Nancy Kang, ed. The Culture and Philosophy of Ridley Scott. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2013.

Barkman, Ashley. “The End is Nigh: Life, Death and Armageddon.” In J.J. Abrams and Philosophy. Edited by Pat Brace and Robert Arp. Lexington, KT: University of Kentucky Press, 2014.

Barkman, Ashley. “Maternal Guidance Askew: Mama’s Boys and Unmotherly Mamas in The Big Bang Theory.” In The Big Bang Theory and Philosophy. Edited by Dean Kowalski. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

Barkman, Ashley. “Massacring Feminism? Walking Dead and Women in a Zombie Apocalypse.” In Walking Dead and Philosophy. Edited by Wayne Yuen. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

Barkman, Ashley. “The Brink of Extinction: Korean Religio-Philosophical Traditions in Ark Angels.” In Manga and Philosophy. Edited by Adam Barkman and Josef Steiff. Chicago: Open Court, 2010.

Barkman, Ashley. “And the Fellowship Award Goes to…Third Wave Feminism?” In 30 Rock and Philosophy. Edited by J. Jeremy Wisnewski. Oxford: Blackwell, 2010.

Barkman, Ashley. “Mad Women: Aristotle, Second Wave Feminism and the Women in Mad Men.” In Mad Men and Philosophy. Edited by James South and Rod Carveth. Oxford: Blackwell, 2010.