Dr. Kim Q. Hall

Kim Q. Hall is a Professor of Philosophy at Appalachian State University. Her areas of research interests include Feminist Theory, Disability Studies, Continental Philosophy, Queer Theory, Critical Race Theory, Ethics, and Environmental Philosophy. 

Recent 2021-2022 Faculty Publications:

Co-edited with Ásta. The Oxford Handbook of Femininst Philosophy (Oxford University Press, 2021).

Monograph. Queering Philosophy (Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming June 2022).

“Limping Along: Toward a Crip Phenomenology,” The Journal of Philosophy of Disability 1:1 (2021): 11-33.

“On Being Slow: Philosophy and Disability in the U.S. South,” in Thinking in the U.S. South: Philosophy from Southern Perspectives, ed. Shannon Sullivan, pp. 181-201. Northwestern University Press, 2021.

“Romancing the Pig: A Queer Crip Tale from Barbecue to Xenotransplantation,” in Meat: A Transnational Analysis, eds. Sushmita Chatterjee and Banu Subramaniam, pp. 139-161. Duke University Press, 2021.

Title: Professor of Philosophy, Standing GWS Faculty member
Department: Department of Philosophy and Religion

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-7603