Paper by Andrea Tedesco ’15 Is Popular at Philosophy and Pop Culture Conference
Publication Date: 5/7/2013
Research presented by Rhodes sophomore Andrea Tedesco was voted “best/most popular” by faculty and students at Georgia Southern University’s undergraduate philosophy conference held recently. This year’s theme was “Pop Culture and Philosophy.”
Tedesco’s paper titled “Subversion Within” was written for Prof. Kyle Grady′s Philosophy & Literature class and focuses on the philosophy of Judith Butler and Michel Foucault with examples from the movies “Boys Don′t Cry” and “Paris is Burning.”
Tedesco’s paper also was chosen to be published in Georgia Southern’s undergraduate philosophy journal.