PhD, 1996, University of Georgia
- PHI 513 Bioethics
- PHI 319 Feminist Philosophy
- PHI 350 Philosophy and Public Affairs
- PHI 345 Theories of Ethics
- PHI 110 Introduction to Philosophy
- PHI 115 Ethics and Contemporary Issues
- PHI 105 Logic and Critical Thinking
- PHI 300 Philosophical Ideas in Literature
- PHI 302 Environmental Ethics
Research and professional interests
- Philosophy of sport
- Feminist philosophy
Selected book chapters
Selected refereed journal articles
- Sailors, P. (2015). "Personal Foul: an evaluation of the moral status of football". Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, 42(2), 269-286.
- Sailors, P., Hochstetler, D. (2015). "Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way: A Critical Analysis of Pacing". Journal of the Philosophy of Sport.
- Sailors, P., Rosenberg, D. (2014). "Racers, Pacers, Gender and records: On the Meaning of Sport Competition and Competitors". Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 8(2), 172-190.
- Sailors, P., Teetzel, S., Weaving, C. (2014). "Lentius, Inferius, Debilius: the ethics of 'not trying' on the Olympic Stage". Sport in Society, 18(1), 17-27.
- Sailors, P. (2014). "Mixed Competition and Mixed Messages". Journal of the Philosophy of Sport/Routledge, 41(1), 65-77.
- Sailors, P., Teetzel, S., Weaving, C. (2014). "Bad Girls Can't Win". Atrium/Northwestern University(12), 12-15.
Selected book reviews
- Sailors, P. (2015, July). Review of Randolph Feezel, Sport, Philosophy, and Good Lives. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport, 42(2), 311-315.
Other selected intellectual contributions
- Weaving, C., Sailors, P., Teetzel, S., Schneider, A., Edwards, L., Davis, P. (2013). "Collective Response to 'Sport in Transition: Making Sport in Canada More Responsible for Gender Inclusivity'".
Awards and honors
- Theta Chi Fraternity Outstanding Faculty Member, Theta Chi Fraternity, 2005
- Phi Eta Sigma Honorary Member, Missouri State University, 2002
- Research Award, College of Humanities and Public Affairs, 2002
- Service Award, College of Humanities and Public Affairs, 2001
- Teaching Award, College of Humanities and Public Affairs, 1998