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The Panel Guest, Katy Dineen

An eclectic group who meet to discuss various topics on culture, belonging, diversity, inclusion, psychological safety, and all topics in business.

We are an eclectic group who meet to discuss various topics on culture, belonging, diversity, inclusion, psychological safety, and all topics in business.

“What you want is truth, if you can get at it.” 0:16:32 – Katy Dineen

 
Who is Katy Dineen?

Assistant Lecturer at University College Cork and Senior Associate at The Mizen Group

Katy Dineen is an assistant lecturer with the Department of Philosophy. Her research interests are in value theory, moral education, philosophy of children and childhood and Immanuel Kant. Prior to joining the department, Katy held a research fellowship at the University of Birmingham. Katy completed her PhD in political theory at the London School of Economics.

Peer-reviewed publications:

  • Dineen, K. (forthcoming) “Moral education and gendered socialisation.”Educational Theory
  • Dineen, K. (2021) “Mary Wollstonecraft and Harriet Taylor Mill on Women, Education, and Gender Socialization.” in Megan Laverty and Tal Gilead (eds) Education in the Age of Enlightenment, New York and London: Columbia University Press and Bloomsbury.
  • Roth, K., Mollvik, L., Alshoufani, R., Adami, R., Dineen, K., Majlesi, F., Peters, M. and Tesar, M. (2020) “Philosophy of education in a new key: Constraints and possibilities in present times with respect to dignity.” Educational Philosophy and Theory,
  • Dineen, K. (2019) “The Kantian idea of hope – Bridging the gap between our imperfection and our duty to perfect ourselves.” Educational Philosophy and Theory, DOI: 10.1080/00131857.2019.1624525
  • Dineen, K. (2018) “Kant, emotion and autism: towards an inclusive approach to character education.” Ethics and Education, DOI:10.1080/17449642.2018.1505150

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