Dr. Sarah E. Vitale is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Ball State University. She received her PhD in Philosophy from Villanova University in May 2014. Her research focuses on Marx and post-Marxism, as well as contemporary feminist theory and the scholarship of teaching and learning. She is Co-Editor of the Radical Philosophy Review, the journal of the Radical Philosophy Association, as well as co-editor of The Weariness of Democracy (Palgrave Macmillan 2019), and her recent publications include and “Beyond Homo Laborans: Marx’s Dialectical Account of Human Essence” (Social Theory and Practice 46:3) and “Community-Engaged Learning and Precollege Philosophy During Neoliberalism” (Teaching Philosophy 42:4). At Ball State, she teaches Introduction to Philosophy, as well as classes on contemporary philosophy. She is the recipient of the 2020 Lawhead Teaching Award in General Education at Ball State. She is advisor to the Philosophy Club and the director and founder of the precollege Philosophy Outreach Project. Vitale is also engaged in the Muncie community. She is the Chair of Muncie Resists, an organization that aims to amplify progressive voices in the Muncie and East Central Indiana, a member of the League of Women Voters of Muncie and Delaware County, and the recipient of the 2019 Delaware County Mentor of the Year award from Project Leadership.