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BA(Hons) (York) MA (McMaster)
Tiffany Gordon is a PhD Candidate in Dalhousie University’s Department of Philosophy. Her areas of research include social and political thought, philosophy of race, and feminist philosophy. In Gordon’s dissertation, she is examining the overincarceration of Black and Indigenous peoples in Canada and the United States. She is taking a critical look at prison abolition theory and asking whether punishment can ever be justified. She has taught two courses at Dalhousie University, Ethics and the Good Life and Philosophical Issues of Feminism.
To read some of Gordon’s work, see Dalhousie University’s inaugural OpenThink Initiative: Tiffany Gordon