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Casey Woodling
Curriculum Vitae

Coastal Carolina University
Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies
Coastal Carolina University
P.O. Box 261954
Conway, SC 29528-6054                            
cwoodling@coastal.edu
caseywoodling@gmail.com
843-712-5050

Areas of Specialization
Philosophy of Mind  and Philosophy of Language

Areas of Competence
Malagasy Philosophy (philosophical issues in Madagascar), History of Philosophy (Ancient, Modern, and 20th Century Analytic), Logic and Critical Thinking, Epistemology, and Ethics (Applied Ethics, Ethical Theory, Business Ethics) 

Education
Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, December 2011
Dissertation: Intentionality and Self-Knowledge
Committee: John Biro (chair), Gene Witmer, Robert D’Amico, Charles Gattone

M.A. in Philosophy, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, August 2006

B.A. in Philosophy and English, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, May 2002 (cum laude)

Teaching
1.    University of Antananarivo (Madagascar), Fulbright Scholar, November 2016 to July 2017
•   American Studies I (Fall 2016, Spring 2017)  
•   American Studies II (Spring 2017)
•   Topics in Philosophy (Fall 2016, Spring 2017)
•   Philosophy of Language (Spring 2017)
•   Academic English for Non-Majors (Fall 2016, Spring 2017)

2.    Coastal Carolina University, Lecturer of Philosophy, Fall 2013-present
•    Philosophy of Mind (Fall 2014)
•    Introduction to Philosophy (Fall 2013-Spring 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018)
•    Introduction to Ethics (Spring 2014, Spring 2015)
•    Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking (Spring 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018)
•    Business Ethics (Summer 2015, Summer 2016, Fall 2016)

3.    Middle Tennessee State University, Adjunct Professor, Fall 2012-Spring 2013
•    Introduction to Philosophy (Fall 2012, Spring 2013)

4.    Belmont University, Adjunct Professor, Fall 2012
•    Seminar on Consciousness and the Mind-Body Problem (Fall 2012)
•    Introduction to Philosophy (Fall 2012)

5.    Nashville State Community College, Adjunct Professor, Summer 2012-Summer 2013
•    Introduction to Philosophy (Fall 2012, Summer 2013)
•    Introduction to Ethics (Summer 2012, Spring 2013)

6.    Volunteer State Community College, Adjunct Professor, Fall 2011-Summer 2013
•    Elementary Ethics (Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Summer 2012, Summer 2013)
•    Introduction to Philosophy (Summer 2012)

Published Articles
1. "Siméon Rajaona on Western Ways of Thinking and the Authentic Malagasy Mind," with Graziella Masindrazana and Zoly Rakotoniera, South African Journal of Philosophy, forthcoming
2. "Knowledge Transmission and the Internalism-Externalism Debate about Content," Philosophia, 45(4): 1851-1861, 2017
3. "Malagasy Time Conceptions," Comparative Philosophy 8 (1): 63-81, 2017
4. “Externalist Thought Experiments and Directions of Fit,” Argumenta 3 (1):  139-156, 2016
5. “The Limits of Adverbialism about Intentionality,” Inquiry 59 (5): 488-512, 2016
6. “The Indispensability and Irreducibility of Intentional Objects,” The Journal of Philosophical Research 41: 543-558,  2016  
7. “Imagining Zombies,” Disputatio 38 (4): 107-16, 2014

Book Reviews
1.    Review of Lewis Gordon, Introduction to Africana Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2008), African Studies Quarterly, 11 (2&3), 2010
2.    Review of Ronald Nicolson, Persons in Community: African Ethics in a Global Culture (University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2008), African Studies Quarterly 11 (1), 2009
3.    Review of Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator, Theology Brewed in an African Pot (Orbis Books, 2008), African Studies Quarterly, 11 (1), 2009
4.    Review of Colin McGinn, Mindsight: Image, Dream, Meaning (Harvard University Press, 2004), Psyche 11 (8), 2005

Presentations (since 2010)
1.    "Puzzling Proverbs: Their Nature, Origin, and Philosophical Significance," University of Antananarivo, July 2017
2.    "Arguments For and Against Gay Marriage," University of Antananarivo, June 2017
3.    "Ethical Issues regarding Global Warming," University of Antananarivo, June 2017
4.    "The Value of Cross-cultural Experiences," University of Antananarivo, May 2017
5.    "Western, Eastern, and Malagasy Ethics," American Cultural Center (Antananarivo, Madagascar), March 2017
6. "Professional Ethics for Professors," University of Antananarivo (Madagascar), February 2017
7.    "Is There a Distinctive American Philosophy?," University of Antananarivo (Madagascar), January 2017
8.    "Moral Relativism and Moral Objectivism in International Ethics," University of Antananarivo (Madagascar), December 2017
9.     “Ethical Leadership,” University of Antananarivo (Madagascar), November 2016
10.    “Understanding the 2016 US Presidential Election,” University of Antananarivo (Madagascar), November 2016
11.    “Against Adverbialism about Intentionality,” Florida Philosophical Association, University of South Florida, Tampa, November 2014
12.    “Knowing what one is thinking, knowing that one is thinking that p and content externalism,” South Carolina Philosophical Society, Greenville, SC, February 2014
13.    “Twin Earth and Intentional States with a World-to-Mind Direction of Fit,” Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Charleston, SC, February 2014
14.    “Katalin Farkas on the Incompatibility of Privileged Access and Content Externalism,” Tennessee Philosophical Association, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, November 2012
15.    “Katalin Farkas on the Incompatibility of Privileged Access and Content Externalism,” Florida Philosophical Association, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, November 2012
16.    “Content Externalism, First-Person Access and Rationality," North Carolina Philosophical Society, Appalachian State University, Elon, NC, February 2012
17.    “Content Externalism, First-Person Access and Rationality,” Florida Philosophical Association, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, November 2011
18.     “Self-Knowledge, Rationality and Justification,” Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, New Orleans, LA, March 2011
19.    “Self-Knowledge, Rationality and Justification,” MidSouth Philosophy Conference, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, March 2011
20.    “Intentionality, Imagination, and Non-existents,” North Carolina Philosophical Society, Boone, NC, February 2011
21.    “Self-Knowledge, Rationality and Justification,” Tennessee Philosophical Association, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, November 2010

Non-academic work experience
1.    SNAP Outreach Coordinator, Community Food Advocates. I primarily worked to ensure that eligible individuals were accessing the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). July 2010-April 2012.
2.    Eligibility Counselor, Tennessee Department of Human Services. I primarily determined client eligibility for federal aid programs. July 2009-July 2010.
3.    Peace Corps Volunteer, Madagascar. I primarily taught English to students and adults. June 2007-March 2009.

Awards
1.  Fulbright Scholar in Madagascar, November 2016-July 2017
2. Coastal Carolina University’s College of Humanities and Fine Arts Distinguished Scholarship or Creative Endeavors Award for 2016-2017
3. Nominated for Departmental Professor of the Year (2015-2016 and 2016-2017)
4. Kirk Ludwig Award for Most Outstanding Graduate Student Paper, Summer 2011
5. Most Outstanding Undergraduate Paper in Philosophy at UCF, Summer 2002

Service
1.  Referee for Academic Journals and Presses (Analysis, Journal of African Cultural Studies, The Journal of Philosophy, Synthese, Topoi, MIT Press)

References
John Biro
University of Florida
Department of Philosophy
jbiro@ufl.edu
352-392-2084             

Robert D’Amico
University of Florida
Department of Philosophy
rdamico@ufl.edu
352-273-1806

Dennis Earl
Coastal Carolina University
Department of Philosophy & Religion
dearl@coastal.edu
843-349-4094

Kirk Ludwig
Indiana University
Department of Philosophy
ludwig@indiana.edu
812-855-2404

Gene Witmer
University of Florida
Department of Philosophy
gwitmer@ufl.edu
352-392-2084