Associate Professor of Philosophy. B.A., Taylor University; M.A., Oklahoma State University; Ph.D., SUNY Binghamton.
Tabor Fisher researches philosophy of space in relation to social justice, focusing especially on questions of race, gender, sexuality and class. She is a contributor to What Is a City? Rethinking the Urban after Hurricane Katrina (University of Georgia, 2008) and has written about space, oppression, and resistance in the works of Plato and Locke. Fisher teaches courses on space, masculinity and education. She is also the director of Le Moyne's Literacy Empowers All People program, which empowers K-12 children who live in poverty to get their words out into the world.
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