Donhauser, J.C. (2012). If Walter White is breaking bad, maybe we are too. In Koepsell, D. & Arps, R. (Eds.), ‘Breaking Bad’ and Philosophy (pp. 113-123). Chicago, Illinois: Open Court Publishing. ISBN 978-0-8126-9764-3
Donhauser, J. C. & Corcoran, J. (2012). Implications of implication. Bulletin of Symbolic Logic18, 147-148.
Donhauser, Justin C. and Adam P. Taylor (forthcoming) “Grey Matters: Personal Identity in the Fringe Universe(s),” in The Philosophy of J. J. Abrams, eds. Patricia Brace and Robert Arp. Kentucky University Press.
Donhauser, Justin C. (forthcoming) “If Walter White is breaking bad, maybe you are too,” in ‘Breaking Bad’ and Philosophy, ed. David Koepsell, Open Court.
Donhauser, Justin C. and Kimberly A. Blessing (2007) “Fade to Black: Absurdity, Suicide, and the Downward Spiral,” in Metallica and Philosophy: A Crash Course in Brain Surgery, ed. William Irwin. Blackwell, pp. 148-59.
Donhauser, J.C., Shockley, K. & Earle, R. (2012, June). Getting real about ecosystem restoration. Paper presented at the Workshop on History and Values in Ecology Restoration: Military to Wildlife Refuges Initiative, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Donhauser, J.C. (2013, April). Ecosystems overlapping on the landscape. Paper presented at the University of Toronto Department of Classics Graduate Conference: Domesticating Reality: Representations of Space and Place in Antiquity, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
April 2011“Whales are(n’t) Fish” University of Waterloo Philosophy Graduate Student Association 18th Annual Graduate Conference inPhilosophy; Keynote: Diana Raffman
April 2010 “Constraining Too Promiscuous Realism” Instruments: Mental and Material: 6th Annual Graduate Student Association of the Institute for the Philosophy and History of Science and Technology (HAPSAT) at the University of Toronto: Keynote: Jacalyn Duffin
March 2010 “Spacetime Dimensionality and Real Presentism” University of Waterloo Philosophy Graduate Student Association 17th Annual Graduate Conference in Philosophy: Keynote: Mark Wilson