WELCOME BACK! FALL 2021 UPDATE
The administrative office of the Philosophy Department will now be open as follows: we will continue to update this information
Admiinistrative Office Hours
Monday - Thursday: 8:00-3:30
Friday -9:00-11:00/ 12:30-3:30
Gayle Quigley-Smith (Administrator) firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele Edgerton (Graduate Secretary): email@example.com
If you have any questions, or require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us
The colloquium this week returns to in-person, on campus.
Masks must be worn and Dalhousie’s latest safety information can be found by visiting: https://www.dal.ca/covid-19-information-and-updates.html
Note: The Colloquium returns to its original time of 3:30 AST
THIS WEEK'S COLLOQUIUM:
Date: Friday, September 17th, 2021
Location: Room 1016, in the Kenneth Rowe Management Building
Presenter: Richmond Campbell, Dalhousie University
Title: “The Unresolved Scope of Morality: Recursion, Moral Inconsistency, and Survival”
- Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy
- Minorities and Philosophy
- Dalhousie Women Around Philosophy
- Evolutionary Studies Group
- The Canadian Philosophical Association’s Good Equity Practices
- The Dalhousie Philosophy Equity Committee
- FASS Mentorship Initiative
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Congratulations to Tiffany Gordon for winning the Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Memorial Bursary.
Congratulations to Celso Neto, who, as of January 2022, will be a full-time lecturer of philosophy at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Congratulations to Sylvia Burrow (Adjunct), on being recently awarded SSHRC Insight Grant funding for 2021-2026 ($99,206).
Congratulations to Chike Jeffers who has been awarded a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Africana Philosophy.
Celso Alves Neto (Post-doctoral research fellow), has had his paper published: From idealizations to social practices in science: the case of phylogenetic trees
The Department of Philosophy is pleased to share the news that the President’s office has confirmed Dr. Letitia Meynell's promotion to full professor, effective July 1st. Congratulations Letitia!!
Congratulations on Kate Sutherland-Hartling, recipient of The Roland Puccetti Undergraduate Award for her essay: Blame’s Role in Political Polarization: How it Prevents the Aims and Values of Blame from Being Realized and a Potential Solution
Congratulations to Trystan Goetze (Banting Fellow), who has accepted a 2-year Post-Doctoral position at Harvard University's Embedded EthiCS program.
Trystan Goetze's (Banting Fellow) paper "Moral Entanglement: Taking Responsibility and Vicarious Responsibility" was recently published in The Monist