(Jennifer) Jill Fellows

Jennifer Jill Fellows is a faculty member in the philosophy department at Douglas College. She is also a 2022 Media Fellow of the Marc Sanders Foundation. She is a co-editor of a collection of essays examining technology through an intersectional feminist lens entitled Gender, Sex and Tech!: An Intersectional Feminist Guide published by Canadian Scholars Women's Press. The book explores everything from menstrual tech to dating apps, from baby bottles to the gendering of virtual assistants. Her particular research interests are in philosophy of science and technology, social epistemology, and practical ethics. 

She earned her PhD in Philosophy at the University of British Columbia under the supervision of Dr. Alan Richardson. 

She received her MA in Philosophy at the University of Calgary under the supervision of Dr. Brian Grant. 

Her BA was also in Philosophy, with a minor in Anthropology.