Susan Brison



Professor of Philosophy

Chair, Department of Philosophy

Dartmouth College





Research and Publications

Brison is the author of articles in anthologies and in journals such as Ethics, Nomos, and Legal Theory. Many of her works can be found on Google Scholar under SJ Brison.

Other publications include...
Aftermath: Violence and the Remaking of a Self Princeton University Press (2002); Editions Chambon (2003); C.H. Beck Verlag (2004)
Cohen, Andrew & Wellman, Christopher "The Price We Pay"? Pornography and Harm in Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics Wiley-Blackwell; 2nd edition (2013) 236-250
Contemporary Perspectives on Constitutional Interpretation Westview Press (1993)
We Need a Violence Against Women Act That Includes All Victims Now Huffington Post, December 26th, 2012
An Open Letter from Black Women to SlutWalk Organizers Huffington Post, September 27th, 2011
Let Vermont Move Forward on Marriage Equality: an open letter to Governor Jim Douglas Huffington Post, March 29th, 2009
The Audacity of the Presidential Inauguration Committee: or This Land is Whose Land? Huffington Post, January 18th, 2009
Backwards, in High Heels Huffington Post, October 14th, 2008
Susie Bright & Susan Brison on Pornography and Larry Flynt Democracy Now!, August 17th, 2004
A Reply to Charles W. Collier, "Hate Speech and the Mind-Body Problem: A Critique of Postmodern Censorship Theory" Cambridge Journals, Speech and Other Acts, Volume 10 Issue 04, (2004) 261-272
"Gender, Terrorism, and War," for "Roundtable: Gender and September 11" Signs: Journal of Women in culture and Society, 28:1 Autumn (2002) 435-437
Comment on Date Rape's Other Victim by Katie Roiphe New York Times, June 13th, 1993
Free Speech and Conflicts of Rights Chicago-Kent Law Review, Commentary on Robert F. Nagel "A New Methodology For Constitutional Cases?" & Steven J. Heyman "Ideological Conflict and the First Amendment" Volume 78 (2003) 619-624