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Alex Dibelka

Graduate Student // Philosophy

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Alex Dibelka received a dual bachelor’s degree from California State University Fullerton in psychology and philosophy.  They received a Master of Arts in philosophy from Duquesne University, with a concentration in Women’s and Gender Studies.  Her current research focuses on the intersection of animal and environmental ethics, post-colonialism, post-structuralism (especially Deleuze, Guattari, and Bataille), aesthetics, anthropology, and philosophy of technology.  She is interested in how modes of oppression and perspectives on death influence ethical treatment of others within the digital age and the Anthropocene.  Outside of class Alex loves finding hidden beaches, walking on secluded trails, and watching obscure foreign sci-fi films.