Research & Scholarship
Gossip, Epistemology, and Power: Knowledge Underground (Palgrave MacMillan, 2017).
Articles and Book Chapters
Adkins, Karen. "Productive Alienation via Service Learning." Teaching Philosophy 41:4 (2018).
Adkins, Karen. "When Shaming is Shameful: Double Standards in Online Shame Backlashes." Hypatia (forthcoming, 2018).
Adkins, Karen and Ron DiSanto. "How to Make Philosophical Arguments." Conversations: On Jesuit Higher Education 52 (Fall 2017): 21-23.
Adkins, Karen. "Eichmann in Albuquerque," in The Philosophy of Breaking Bad, eds. David Koepsell and Robert Arp (Palgrave MacMillan, 2017): 17-34.
Adkins, Karen. “The Erasure of Empowered Gossip in Academia.” Nouvelle Revue Synergies Canada. Volume 7 (2014).
Adkins, Karen. “Bringing Home the Bacon.” In The Good Wife and Philosophy: Temptations of Saint Alicia, eds. Robert Arp and Kimberly Belser (Open Court, 2013): 137-147.
Adkins, Karen. “The Liberating Arts.” Regis University Magazine 20:1 (Fall 2011): 16-17.
Adkins, Karen. “Secret Meetings: the Truth is in the Gossip.” In The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Philosophy: Everything is Fire, eds. Erik Bronson and William Irwin (Blackwell, 2011).
Adkins, Karen. "Against (Simple) Efficiency.” Philosophy in the Contemporary World 17:2 (Fall 2010): 58-67.
Adkins, Karen. "The Value of Place: Productive Alienation via Service Learning." American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting, Seattle, WA. April 14, 2017.
Adkins, Karen, Abigail Gosselin, and Jason Taylor. "Teaching Justice through Service Learning." Thirty-first International Social Philosophy Conference: a Meeting of the North American Association for Social Philosophy, William Jewell College (Liberty, MO). July 2015.