Katharine Goodman is Professor Emerita at Brown University. Her field of expertise is women’s literature in Germany, primarily that of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Currently she focuses on the life and work of Luise Gottsched and the life of Charlotte Sophie Countess Bentinck. As a renowned expert on Luise Gottsched, she took over the Luise Gottsched project for the Center in late 2018.
Karen Green is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne. Her research focuses on women’s intellectual history, particularly their political writings, as well as philosophy of language and logic. She visited the Center in July 2017 and again in October 2018, when she held a master class on Catharine Trotter Cockburn and Catharine Macaulay.
Sarah Hutton is Honorary Visiting Professor at the University of York. Hutton is an expert on the history of early modern philosophy, especially seventeenth-century British philosophy. She was Visiting Professor at Paderborn University in October 2014, offering a master class on Anne Conway, and visited the Center again in January 2018 as a co-organizer of the Elisabeth of Bohemia conference and award committee member of the first Elisabeth of Bohemia and Herford Prize.
Mette Lebech is Assistant Professor at Maynooth University, Dublin. Her research focuses on metaphysical phenomenology, in particular the works of Edith Stein. From September 2019 until January 2020, Mette Lebech was a Visiting Professor at the Center and contributed to a workshop on Hedwig Conrad-Martius, Edith Stein and Gerda Walther.
Michelle Boulous Walker is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Queensland, Australia. Her research interests span the fields of European philosophy, aesthetics, ethics, and feminist philosophy. She offered a master class on Diotima at the Center in May 2018.
Judith P. Zinsser is Professor Emerita at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Her research interests are European women’s and intellectual history. She visited the Center in July 2016 and gave a keynote talk for the Émilie Du Châtelet Section at the X. International Leibniz Congress in Hanover.
Haneen Alhaj Mohammad
Haneen Alhaj Mohammad is a PhD student at the Department of Political Science at at Mutah University, Amman, Jordan, and was a trainee at the Center in July and August 2019. She researched the role of women in family and society with particular focus on Harriet Taylor Mill and participated in the Libori Summer School 2019.
Angelos Stratis was the first trainee at the Center from April until June 2019. He studied European Studies at Hellenic Open University and completed his Erasmus internship at the Center. He worked on the Directory of Women Philosophers and collected data on ancient Greek women philosophers, more particular on Hypatia of Alexandria, Macrina, and Aspasia of Miletus.