Heath Fogg Davis

Associate Professor

Phone: 215-204-7796
E-mail: hfd@temple.edu

BIOGRAPHY

Heath Fogg Davis, A.B. magna cum laude in Government, Harvard University; Ph.D in Politics, Princeton University. Research and teaching are in the areas of Democratic Political Theory, African American Political Thought, Feminist Political Theory, and Anti-discrimination law. Publications include “Theorizing Black Lesbians within Black Feminism: A Critique of Same-Race Street Harassment” inPolitics and Gender, The Ethics of Transracial Adoption (Cornell University Press), “Navigating Race in the Market for Human Gametes” in The Hastings Center Report, and “The Racial Retreat of Contemporary Political Theory” in Perspectives on Politics. He is currently working on a book manuscript on “Public Transportation: Mobility and Marginalization” that theoretically investigates the ways that public transit systems structure liberty, opportunity, and civic engagement in contemporary U.S. cities.

CV: Dr. Heath Fogg Davis

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