Professor/Director Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values
Julinna Oxley's research and teaching interests are in applied ethics, feminist philosophy, political philosophy, and moral psychology. She is particularly interested in analyzing the ethical issues that are a result of oppression, the nature of social change, understanding how emotions change beliefs, and political virtue.
She directed the Women's and Gender Studies Program from 2009-2015. She also served as co-director of the Jackson Center for Ethics' Summer Ethics Academy from 2007-2009. Before coming to CCU, she served as the Managing Editor for the journal Politics, Philosophy and Economics.