Janet L. Borgerson works at the intersections of philosophy, business, and culture, with particular concerns for issues of identity, agency, and materiality. Her research draws on her background in art history, film studies, and poetry. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Race in the Marketplace Forum. She earned a BA in Philosophy from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and an MA and Ph.D. in Philosophy from University of Wisconsin, Madison, completing postdoctoral work at Brown University, USA. Her research has appeared in a broad range of journals, such as Business and Society Review, Feminist Theory, Gender, Work, and Organization, and Philosophy Today. She is the co-author of From Chinese Brand Culture to Global Brands: Insights from Aesthetics, Fashion, and History (2013) and Designed for Hi-Fi Living: The Vinyl LP in Midcentury America (2017).