Naomi has been Professor of Philosophy at Lehman College, CUNY, since 2019. She earlier taught at SUNY, Albany and the University of Oregon. Her most recent book is Ethics and Race (September 2022) a textbook. Also recent are: The American Tragedy of COVID-19: Social and Political Crises of 2020 (March 2021); Progressive Anonymity: From Identity Politics to Evidence-Based Government (December, 2020). Additional books include: Reviving the Social Compact: Inclusive Citizenship in an Age of Extreme Politics (2018). Her edited 51-essay Oxford Handbook on Philosophy and Race (2017) and Philosophy of Race, An Introduction (2018). Earlier books include: The Theory of Applicative Justice: An Empirical Pragmatic Approach to Correcting Racial Injustice (2016), White Privilege and Black Rights: The Injustice of US Police Racial Profiling and Homicide (April 2015), The Ethics and Mores of Race: Equality after the History of Philosophy (2011/2015), Ethics for Disaster, (2009, 2010-11), Inclusive Feminism: A Third Wave Theory of Women’s Commonality (2005), Philosophy of Science and Race (2002) and Race and Mixed Race (1992). Forthcoming is Democracy, a VSI (Very Short Introduction in the Oxford University Press series) and
Also forthcoming are new editions of Ethics for Disaster and Philosophy of Race, An Introduction. And also in progress, based on 2020/2022 Phi Beta Kappa-Romanell lectures is Intersectionality: A Philosophical View of Intersectionality: 2022 Phi Beta Kappa lectures and further theoretical analysis. Zack teaches and lectures broadly on the subjects of these books. She gave the John Dewey Lecture at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Society in April 2021.