Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Suwanna Satha-Anand is professor in Philosophy Department, Faculty of Arts at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok Thailand. Suwanna’s teaching and research interests cover the fields of Buddhist and Chinese Philosophy, Philosophy of Women, Social Change and Religion. She has participated in numerous international forums in Asia, Europe, Australia and the United States. Her publications include 14 books and numerous book chapters and research articles in Thai, English, French, and Chinese. Her major publications are: The Philosophy of Dogen Kigen; Buddhadasa’s Philosophy and Mahayana Buddhism; Main Currents in Chinese Philosophy; New Essays in Asian Philosophy; Emotions and Ethics, Truths in the Humanities; and most recently, The Analects of Confucius, Emotions and the Good Life in Confucius, and Ethics of Reciprocity in Confucius.
Between 2006-2008, Suwanna served as President of the Philosophy and Religion Society of Thailand. She also serves as the Director of Humanities Research Unit, Thailand Research Fund and a committee member of the Philosophical Committee of the National Research Council of Thailand. Suwanna has served on the steering committee of the International Federation of Philosophical Societies since 2013, and she is now FISP's Secretary-General.