Dr Frances Gray

Honorary Senior Research Fellow

School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Overview

Frances holds a PhD in Philosophy and Women's Studies from the Australian National University. She taught Philosophy at the University of New England, NSW, Australia between 1998 and 2009. She has been an honorary at the University of Queensland since 2010. She now writes, teaches yoga, and paints and draws.

Research Interests

  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Feminist Theory
  • Phenomenology
  • Philosophy and Practice of Yoga
  • The philosophical work of Val Plumwood
  • Philosophical Underpinnings of the work of C.G. Jung

Publications

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Publications

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Book Chapter

  • Gardner, Leslie and Gray, Frances (2017). Background. In Feminist views from somewhere: post-Jungian themes in feminist theory (pp. xiii-xv) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315708973

  • Gray, Frances (2017). Introduction: feminist views from somewhere?. In Feminist views from somewhere: post-Jungian themes in feminist theory (pp. xvii-xxv) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315708973

  • Gray, Frances (2013). Mystery appropriated: disembodied Eucharist and meta-theology. In Anne Elvey, Carol Hogan, Kim Power and Claire Renkin (Ed.), Reinterpreting the Eucharist: explorations in feminist theology and ethics (pp. 113-129) Bristol, United Kingdom: Equinox Publishing.

  • Gray, Frances (2013). Original habitation: pregnant flesh as absolute hospitality. In Sarah LaChance Adams and Caroline R. Lundquist (Ed.), Coming to life: philosophies of pregnancy, childbirth and mothering (pp. 71-87) Baltimore, Maryland, United States: Fordham University Press. doi:10.5422/fordham/9780823244607.003.0004

  • Gray, Frances (2008). Plato's Echo : A feminist re-figuring of the anima. In Lucy Huskinson (Ed.), Dreaming the myth onwards : New directions in Jungian therapy and thought (pp. 156-167) London, Engalnd, U.K.: Routledge.

  • Gray, Frances and McPhillips, Kathleen (2007). A third way : Explicitating the post in Post-Christian feminism. In Lisa Isherwood and Kathleen McPhillips (Ed.), Post-Christian feminisms : A Critical Appraisal (pp. 167-177) Aldershot: Ashgate Press.

  • Gray, Frances (2006). 'My daddy was my hero': Steve Irwin, the hero archetype, and Australian Identity. In Nancy Cater (Ed.), Psyche and nature (pp. x-xx) New Orleans, LA, United States: Spring Journal.

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