Associate Professor Tracy Bowell
Pro Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning
Qualifications: BA(Hons) Sus, MPhil Camb, PhD Auck
Tracy's research interests include critical reasoning and argumentation, epistemology, Wittgenstein, feminist philosophy, philosophy of education
Bowell, T. (2021). Some limits to arguing virtuously. Informal Logic, 41(1), 81-106. doi:10.22329/il.v41i1.6690
Zegwaard, K. E., Badger, N., Parmenter, L., Clavert, S., & Bowell, T. (2019). Structuring work-integrated learning into the university curriculum. In Global Internship Conference: Intergrating employability outcomes through global internships. Conference held in Auckland, New Zealand.
Parmenter, L., Bowell, T., Calvert, S., Longhurst, R., & Tiakiwai, S. -J. (2019). Intercultural dialogue in an Aotearoa New Zealand university: Strategy and curriculum. In U. Lundgren, P. Castro, & J. Woodin (Eds.), Educational Approaches to Internationalization Through Intercultural Dialogue Reflections on Theory and Practice (pp. 86-97). Oxford & New York: Routledge.
Bowell, T., & Kingsbury, J. (2019). Encouraging critical thinking about students' own beliefs. In J. A. Blair (Ed.), Studies in Critical Thinking (Vol. 8, pp. 65-67). Canada: University of Windsor.
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Gender; Metaphysics; Morals and Ethics; Pedagogy; Philosophy; Teaching and Learning
Critical thinking pedagogy
Argumentation (especially virtue and argumentation)
Wittgenstein (especially the later work)
Philosophy and gender (especially epistemology)