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Indiana University Bloomington

Nora Hangel

Nora HangelNora Hangel is a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine at IU Bloomington. She is collaborating with Jutta Schickore on a project entitled "Understanding scientists' views of good research practice” funded by the National Science Foundation. (See here) Hangel holds a Magister (MA) in Philosophy and Gender Studies from the University of Graz (Austria) and a Dr. Phil. (PhD) in Philosophy from the University of Vienna (Austria) 12/2011. Her Ph.D. thesis entitled "Why can we want to do what we ought to do?" About the responsibility for one's character and the respect for others [Warum wir wollen koennen, was wir sollen] focuses on Kant's practical philosophy.
Before coming to IU, Hangel worked for five years at the University of Konstanz (Germany) on two projects studying scientific integrity ("Scientific Integrity in the Context of Integration and Competition" (funded by the DFG and EXC16) and "Scientific Integrity and Plagiarism"the German Academic Exchange Service). Prior to her time at Konstanz, she worked at the Institute for Legal Ethics and Medicine (University of Vienna, Austria) on a project entitled "Evaluation of Advance Directive in Austria". She also was a visiting scholar at the University of Tartu (Estonia) and Bremen (Germany).


Hangel, N. "Integrity Endangered by Hypocrisy" in: Nadja Jelinek, Michael Kuehler (Hrsg.) "Autonomy and the Self", Springer 2013, S. 273-294. (Philosophical Studies Series, 118).
Hangel, N. Zur Dynamik des Ethos in der Scientific Community als geschichtsphilosophisches Modell – Ueberlegungen mit Ernst Bloch in: Bloch-Almanach 32/2013, Degler F. (Hg.) Ernst-Bloch-Archiv der Stadt Ludwigshafen: Thalhammer VL, S. 149-162.
Hangel, N. & Schmidt-Pfister, D. "Wettbewerb und Zusammenarbeit im universitaeren Forschungsalltag; ambivalent und untrennbar" in: Die Hochschule, HoF Halle/Wittenberg 2/2012, S. 182-198.