Dialogues on Disability: Audrey Yap

The latest instalment in Shelley’s excellent series of interviews is now out. This time, she talks to Audrey Yap about choosing which areas of philosophy to work on in a mixed-up world, minority identities, safe spaces, depression, anxiety, martial arts, and more!

My guest today is Audrey Yap. Audrey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Victoria, Canada, on the traditional territory of the Coast and Straits Salish people. Her research interests are in the history and philosophy of math and logic, as well as in feminist epistemology, though she mostly teaches logic courses. In addition to philosophy, Audrey teaches (and practices) martial arts and, when not doing any of those things, she likes to be outside with her dogs.

You can read the whole interview here.

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