Department of Philosophy
Office: Building X, A4-232
My doctoral project is part of the collaborative research centre SFB-TRR212 "A Novel Synthesis of Individualisation across Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution: Niche Choice, Niche Conformance, Niche Construction". Working under Professor Marie I. Kaiser, I will investigate the ontological status of individualised niches. Specific foci are the nature of biological individuality and individualisation, the status of individualised ecological niches, and the mechanisms of individualised niche choice, construction and conformance.
- Philosophy of biology
- Biological individuality
- Feminist philosophy
- 20th century French philosophy
|2018-present||Doctoral student, Bielefeld University, Germany.|
|2018||MA. Philosophy (Research). Radboud University, The Netherlands.|
|2015||BA (Hons). Philosophy. University of Queensland, Australia.|
|2014||BSc. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. University of Queensland, Australia.|
Trappes, Rose. [in press]. "Evaluating Elizabeth Grosz's Biological Turn." Hypatia.
Trappes, Rose. [in press]. "Revew of Laura Hengehold: Simone de Beauvoir's Philosophy of Indviduation." philoSOPHIA.
Trappes, R. 2017. Review of A New Dawn for the Second Sex: Women's Freedom Practices in World Perspective. Hypatia Reviews Online.