“Wittgenstein and Feminism”: Mickaëlle Provost in Conversation with Alice Crary, Nordic Wittgenstein Review, forthcoming. A Portuguese translation of this interview will appear in a special issue of Forma de Vida, edited by Camila Lobo and João Esteves da Silva.
“Wittgenstein and Critical Theory: Mickaëlle Provost in Conversation with Alice Crary,” Nordic Wittgenstein Review, September 2022. A Portuguese translation of this interview will appear in a special issue of Forma de Vida, edited by Camila Lobo and João Esteves da Silva.
Lori Gruen and Alice Crary Interview with Sarah Tyson for New Books Network podcast, July 2022 (for more podcast interviews related to Animal Crisis, see publications page).
“How ought we to be doing philosophy?” Interview with Oxford Public Philosophy, published October 29th, 2020, with audio recording.
A profile with Regent’s Now, the magazine of Regent’s Park College, Oxford, fall 2021.
Interview with Kieran Setiya for Five Questions Podcast, October 6, 2020.
Conversation with Alexandra Horowitz about her book Our Dogs, Ourselves, Harvard Club of New York, September 2019.
Interview with Rodrigo Cárcamo on October 1, 2018 for Filosofía en Diálogo. Conversaciones con Gianni Vattimo, Alice Crary, Raúl Fornet-Betancourt, Peter Hacker, Peter Trawny, Carla Cordua, y otros (Philosophy in Dialogue), Buenos Aires: Prometeo, 2020 [See http://prometeoeditorial.com/libro/1177/Filosofa-en-dilogo]
A public conversation with Veena Das (“Ethics, Anthropology and Words Not at Home”) sponsored by the New School for Social Research’s (or NSSR’s) Philosophy Department, the New School’s Graduate Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, NSSR Philosophy’s Minority and Philosophy (MaP) chapter and the New York Wittgenstein Workshop, April 2018.
A conversation with Steven Lukes about “How Philosophy and Sociology Need Each Other,” a conversation moderated by Cayla Clinkenbeard, recorded at the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, NJ), February 2018, published in The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal in 2019.
A public debate on the question “Comparisons Between Cognitively Disabled Human Beings and Non-Human Animals: Do They Have a Role in Ethics?” together with Peter Singer and Eva Feder Kittay, as part of the Ira W. DeCamp Bioethics Seminar Series, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University, November 28, 2017.
A public debate on the question “How Much Should We Care About Animals?” together with Elizabeth Harman, Dale Jamieson and Shelley Kagan, sponsored by the Academy of Teachers and offered in partnership with the UNC Parr Center for Ethics and Columbia University Arts & Sciences, Division of Humanities, May 10, 2017.