Susan L. Feagin

Susan L. Feagin (born 11 July 1948) is a philosopher of art, working in the analytic tradition. She is currently Vice President of the American Society for Aesthetics and Visiting Research Professor (Retired) in the Department of Philosophy at Temple University.[1][2] She is known primarily for her work on the role of emotions in art.

Life and work

Feagin received a BA degree in Philosophy from Florida State University. She then completed both an MA and a PhD in Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin.

Before coming to Temple she held teaching and research positions at the University of Wisconsin and University of Missouri-Kansas City. From 2003 to 2013 she was the Editor of the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism.[2] In 2016 she gave the Richard Wollheim Lecture at the Annual Meeting of the British Society of Aesthetics at the University of Oxford.[3]

Representative publications


  1. ^ "About the ASA - American Society For Aesthetics". Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b "Faculty | College of Liberal Arts". Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Susan Feagin named 2016 Richard Wollheim Lecturer - American Society For Aesthetics". Retrieved .

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