- Additional Positions at AU
- CAS LEAD Director
- Ph.D. Philosophy, Georgetown University
M.A. Philosophy, Georgetown University
B.A. Carleton College
- Nabina Liebow (she/her) is the College of Arts and Sciences Leadership and Ethical Development Program Director (CAS LEAD) and a Professorial Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy and Religion. Her research focuses on racism and intersects with critical philosophy of race, social philosophy, applied ethics, and moral psychology. Nabina is passionate about making ethics education accessible and exciting to students from all backgrounds. CAS LEAD is a cohort based four-year certificate program designed to teach and empower students to become effective, ethical leaders. Students in the program work with a close-knit cohort in seminars and on community-based learning opportunities. They learn to lead productively and with emotional-intelligence as well as to develop solutions that promote justice and equity. Nabina is also an antiracist educator and consultant and has worked with a variety of DC area organizations including the Edlavtich Jewish Community Center of Washington DC, The Barker Adoption Foundation, and Asia Families as well as with individual clients. She is committed to bringing antiracism education and ethics training to a wide audience both inside and outside of academia.
CAS-151 LEAD Seminar II
CAS-152 LEAD First Year Seminar
CAS-251 LEAD Seminar IV
CAS-294 Comm Service Learning Project: Lead Seminar IV
PHIL-120 Do the Right Thing
CAS-150 LEAD Seminar I
CAS-250 LEAD Seminar III
CAS-350 LEAD Seminar V
PHIL-120 Do the Right Thing
Nabina Liebow and Rachel Levit Ades. "'I Know What It’s Like'”: Epistemic Arrogance, Disability, and Race" Journal of the American Philosophical Association (forthcoming)
Nabina Liebow and Kelso Cratsley. 2021. “Bioethics Education and Nonideal Theory” in Applying Nonideal Theory to Bioethics: Living and Dying in a Nonideal World ed. Elizabeth Victor and Laura Guidry-Grimes, Springer
Nabina Liebow. 2021. “Microaggressions: A Relational Analysis of Harms” in Relational Autonomy and Relational Equality with ed. Kristin Voigt and Natalie Stoljar, Routledge
Nabina Liebow and Trip Glazer. 2020. “Confronting White Ignorance: White Psychology and Rational Self-Regulation” Journal of Social Philosophy. doi:10.1111/josp.12349
Nabina Liebow and Trip Glazer. 2019. “White Tears: Emotion Regulation and White Fragility.” Inquiry. April 25, 2019. 1–21. https://doi.org/10.1080/0020174X.2019.1610048.
Liebow, Nabina. 2016. “Internalized Oppression and Its Varied Moral Harms: Self-Perceptions of Reduced Agency and Criminality.” Hypatia. doi:10.1111/hypa.12265.
Kilbaugh, Todd J., Daniel Groll, Wynne Morrison, Nabina Liebow, and John D. Lantos. 2016. “Withholding Information to Protect a Loved One.” Pediatrics, May.