Catherine E. Hundleby is Associate Professor in Philosophy, Cross-Appointed with the Women's and Gender Studies Program and a Fellow of the Centre for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation and Rhetoric (CRRAR). She designed, implemented, and currently Directs the interdisciplinary PhD program in Argumentation Studies. She has a B.A. from the University of Toronto (1991), M.A. from the University of Guelph (1995), and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Western Ontario (2001).
Dr. Hundleby specializes in feminist philosophy, epistemology, argument, and philosophy of science. She has edited issues of the journal Studies in Social Justice on "Just Reason" and a special issue of the journal Informal Logic on "Reasoning for Change,” a festschrift on the work of Trudy Govier, Reasonable Responses, and she’s currently developing a reader on the work of Douglas Walton.
She is working on a monograph about argument and epistemic oppression that will engage both feminist epistemology and science studies and keeps available her online guide for philosophy instructors in choosing a critical thinking textbook.
- Forthcoming 2023, Teaching argument repair: Argument reconstruction and sympathetic interpretation, in Feminist Philosophy and Formal Logic, Roy Cook and Audrey Yap, eds., Minnesota Studies in Philosophy of Science.
- 2021, Feminist perspectives on argumentation. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
- 2020. Thinking outside-in: Feminist standpoint theory as epistemology, methodology, and philosophy of science, in The Routledge Handbook of Feminist Philosophy of Science, Sharon Crasnow and Kristen Intemann, eds. Routledge.
- 2018, With Moira Howes. The epistemology of anger in argumentation. Topoi 5(2): p 229-254
- 2013, Aggression, politeness, and abstract adversaries. Informal Logic 33(2).
- 2012, Feminist empiricism. The Handbook of Feminist Research, 2nd edition, ed. Sharlene Hesse-Biber, Sage.
- 2005, The epistemological evaluation of oppositional secrets, Hypatia, 20(4): 44-58.