Professor - Associate Dean, Academic, Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Joint Appointment with Department of Women's Studies and Feminist Research
Action Theory, Ethics, Feminist Ethics
BA, MA Toronto;
My research focuses on issues of individual and collective responsibility in collective action contexts, collective obligation, ethics more broadly, and feminist ethics. I also work on feminist issues in sport and fitness, food, dieting, and body image.
I am available to supervise
Isaacs, Tracy. “Food Insecurity: Dieting as Ideology, as Oppression, and as Privilege,” Oxford Food Ethics Handbook. Editors Anne Barnhill, Mark Budoflson, and Tyler Dogget. New York: Oxford. In press (2017).
Isaacs, Tracy. “Collective Responsibility and Climate Change,” Reflections on Responsibility: Essays in Honor of Peter A. French. Editor Zachary Goldberg (Springer, 2017), pp 101-116.
Isaacs, Tracy. “Collective Responsibility,” Springer Handbook on Responsibility. Editor Ludger Heibrink. Springer. 2016 (German), 2017 (English).
Isaacs, Tracy. “The most good we can do: comments on Peter Singer’s The Most Good You Can Do,” Journal of Global Ethics, Vol. 12, No. 2 (August 2016):154-160.