Dr. Michaeleen Kelly is an Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her areas of specialization include Political Theory, Philosophy of Law, Critical Thinking, Ancient Chinese and Greek Philosophy, French Philosophy and Medical Ethics. She has published in the areas of human rights, state responses to evil, the militia movement and feminist political theory. She has presented papers in Athens, Prague, Manchester and Salzburg, and was the recipient of a Fulbright grant to Ghana. She was co-founder and director of the Women’s Studies Center at Aquinas, and in that role organized a film festival, women’s concerts, panels and workshops, all made available to the community. She used her text, No More Stinkin’ Thinkin’: A Pragmatic Guide to Critical Thinking, to teach logic at the Men’s Central Jail in Los Angeles and to the students in the Upward Bound Program in Grand Rapids. Her feminist theory group has appeared several times on public television, and she also hosted an interview radio on public radio in Grand Rapids. She is a published poet, has won the Dyer Ives Kent County poetry contest, and is working on her second poetry-instrumental CD. She is an accomplished pianist, and is an accompanist at North Kent Presbyterian Church in Rockford, Michigan.