D. Phil. – Philosophy, Oxford University, 1990
M.A. – Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Lesley College, 1996
B.S. – Biochemistry, Harvard University, 1983
Dr. Sally Gibbons is a lecturer in ISG and in UCLA’s Honors and Disability Studies Programs. She has held teaching positions in the philosophy departments of Georgetown and Yale universities and the University of Pennsylvania. She teaches courses on topics in bioethics, aesthetics, and the philosophy of love and sex, as well as courses exploring questions about technology, biomedicine and the self. In addition to teaching undergraduates, Gibbons works as a psychotherapist. She is currently accruing her hours to become a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in California.
Publications: Kant’s Theory of Imagination: Bridging Gaps in Judgment and Experience (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994).