Marty Zupan

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Marty Zupan is the President of the Institute for Humane Studies.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

Zupan received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Psychology from the State University of New York at Fredonia.[1][2]

In 1975, she joined Reason as a book review editor, became associate editor in 1978, and served through the 1980s as managing editor and editor-in-chief, leaving in 1989.[1][2][3] In 1987 Zupan wrote Liberated Cooking: Rabble-Rousing Recipes from Assorted Libertarian Luminaries with Lou Villadsen.[4] She joined Institute for Humane Studies in 1989 as a Vice-President, and in 2001 she was appointed President of IHS.[1]

Her work has been published in the Philosophy of Science, the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, Occasional Review, and the New York Times Book Review.[1][2]

She serves on the Advisory Committee of the Pope Center and the Advisory Council of the Talent Market.[2][5]

Zupan was previously married to philosopher Tibor Machan.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e IHS biography
  2. ^ a b c d e Pope Center biography
  3. ^ a b Brian Doherty, '40 Years of Free Minds and Free Markets: An oral history of reason', in Reason, December 2008 [1]
  4. ^ Zupan, Marty; Lou Villadsen (1987). Liberated Cooking: Rabble-Rousing Recipes from Assorted Libertarian Luminaries. Marty Zupan and Lou Villadsen. 
  5. ^ Talent Market