Jacqueline Scott is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. She received her undergraduate degree from Spelman College and her doctoral degree from Stanford University. Her research interests include Nietzsche, nineteenth-century philosophy, race theory, and African American philosophy. She serves on the boards of Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute (PIKSI) and the journal Hypatia: A Journal for Feminist Philosophy, and is a subject editor for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. She is the co-editor (with Todd Franklin) of Critical Affinities: Nietzsche and African American Thought (SUNY Press, 2006) and has published numerous articles on Nietzsche, race theory, and the intersections of those two areas. Scott is currently completing a book manuscript entitled Nietzsche‚Äôs Worthy Opponents: Socrates, Wagner, the Ascetic Priest, and Women. She is also at work on a book project entitled Ending the Racial Nightmare: Re-Thinking Racial Identities and Alternate Paths to Racialized Health

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