Julie Maybee is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Lehman College. Her fields of interest are African philosophy, race and philosophy, post-Kantian Continental philosophy, and African-American philosophy.
Office: Carman 371
- “Audience Matters: Teaching issues of race and racism for a predominantly minority student body.” Educational Philosophy and Theory 43 (2011)
- "The Political is Personal: Mothering at the Intersection of Acquired Disability, Gender, and Race", in Disability and Mothering: Liminal Spaces of Embodied Knowledge, eds. Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson and Jen Celiio (Syracuse University Press, 2011).
- Picturing Hegel: An Illustrated Guide to Hegel's Encyclopaedia Logic (Lexington Books, 2009)
- "Politicizing the Personal and Other Tales from the Front Lines," in Theorizing Backlash: Philosophical Reflections on Resistance to Feminism, eds. Ann Cudd and Anita Superson (Rowman and Littlefield, 2002)
- "Who Am I?: The Limits of Shared Culture as a Criterion of Group Solidarity and Individual Identity," Radical Philosophy Review 4 (2001)
- "The Instruction of Any: an Ancient Egyptian Philosophical Theory of Ethics," African Philosophy 12 (1999)
- "Kierkegaard and the Madness of Reason," Man and World 29 (1996)