On Research Sabbatical Fall 2012-Spring 2013
Advising: Philosophy, Ethics, Women and Gender Studies Minor
Office Hours: On Sabbatical
Office: Wilson 2-152
Phone: (406) 994-5787
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Values & Science
Feminist Philosophy of Science
PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2004
Awards, Honors, and Affiliations
Award for Excellence, MSU Alumni Foundation and Bozeman Chamber of Commerce (2012)
NIH MT INBRE Grant “Promoting Socially Responsible Biomedical Science," (2009-2011)
President’s Excellent in Teaching Award, Montana State University (2009)
Best Paper by an Untenured Faculty Member, “How Do Disclosure Policies Fail? Let Us Count the Ways,” co-authored with Inmaculada de Melo-Martín, awarded by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (2009)
Scholarship & Creativity Grants, Office of the Vice President for Research, Creativity, and Technology Transfer, Montana State University (2006-2009)
Buy-outs for Enhancing Scholarship and Teaching (BEST Program) (2006, 2009)
Research Enhancement Award, College of Letters and Sciences, Montana State University (2005-2009)
Research & Creativity Awards, College of Letters and Sciences, Montana State University (2005-2007)
Fellow, NEH Summer Institute on Science and Values, University of Pittsburgh (2003)
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
de Melo-Martín, I. and Intemann, K. (2012). Interpreting evidence: Why values can matter as much as science. Perspectives in Biology & Medicine 55 (1):59-70.
de Melo-Martín, I. and Intemann, K. (2011). Feminist resources for biomedical research: Lessons from the HPV vaccines. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 26(1): 79-101.
Intemann, K. (2010). Twenty-five years of feminist empiricism and standpoint theory: Where are we now? Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy 25(4): 778-796.
Intemann, K. and de Melo-Martín, I. (2010). Social values and evidentiary standards: The case of the HPV vaccine. Biology and Philosophy 25(2): 203-213.
Intemann, K. (2009). Why diversity matters: Understanding and applying the diversity component of the NSF’s broader impacts criterion. Social Epistemology 23, 3-4: 249-266.
de Melo-Martín, I. and Intemann, K. (2009). How do conflict of interest policies fail? Let us count the ways. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal 23:1638-1642.
Intemann, K. (2008). Increasing the number of feminist scientists: Why feminist aims are not served by the underdetermination thesis. Science & Education 17 (10): 1065-1079.
Intemann, K. and de Melo-Martín, I. (2008). Regulating science: Should scientists be left alone? Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal, 22: 654-658.
de Melo-Martín, I. and Intemann, K. (2007). Can ethical reasoning contribute to better epidemiology? A case study in research on racial health disparities. European Journal of Epidemiology 22:215–221.
Intemann, K. (2005). Feminism, underdetermination, and values in science. Philosophy of Science 72(5): 1001-1012.
Intemann, K. (2001). Science and values: Are moral judgments always irrelevant to the justification of scientific claims? Philosophy of Science 68(3):S506-518.
Intemann, K. and de Melo-Martín, I. (2011). Bias, impartiality, and conflicts of interest in biomedical sciences. In Science At The Frontiers: Perspectives on the History & Philosophy of Science, William Krieger (ed.), Landham: Roman & Littlefield. 170-193.
Intemann, K. (2011). Putting feminist research principles into practice: Objectivity and social justice in climate change studies. In The Handbook of Feminist Research: Theory and Praxis, 2nd edition, Sharlene Hesse-Biber (ed.), Sage Publishing; 495-510.
Intemann, K. (2011). Diversity and dissent in science: Does democracy always serve feminist aims? In Feminist Epistemology and Philosophy of Science: Power in Knowledge, Heidi Grasswick (ed.), Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer; 111-132.
Intemann, K. (2010). Standpoint empiricism: Rethinking the terrain in feminist philosophy of science. In New Waves in Philosophy of Science, P.D. Magnus and Jacob Busch (eds.), Hampshire, UK: Palgrave MacMillan; 198-225.