This Week's Colloquium:
Date: Friday, November 24th, 2017
Presenter: Michael Doan, Eastern Michigan University
Title:"Resisting Structural Epistemic Injustice."
The colloquium is held every Friday beginning at 3:30 pm in Room 1130 of the Marion McCain Building (unless otherwise indicated). During the first hour a paper is presented. In the second hour, questions and discussion take place.
Deadline for Application: December 15, 2017
Submit completed applications - with all necessary documents to:
Killam Postdoctoral Fellowship Committee
c/o Department of Philosophy
PO Box 15000, Halifax, NS, B3H 4R2.
Deadline for applications: January 31, 2018
Graduate Coordinator: Dr. Greg Scherkoske
The Department of Philosophy faculty members are highly respected and award winning researchers and academics with expertise in diverse fields of study. They have published and presented internationally. To learn more individual faculty members, search Our Faculty.
Duncan MacIntosh's paper: "De-Weaponizing Incivility and Disinformation: Do We Need A (Virtual) Two-State Solution For America?", was recently mooted at the conference, Navigating Law and Ethics at the Crossroads of Journalism and National Security.
Chike Jeffers and PhD Candidate Tiffany Gordon are featured in a recent article in The Globe and Mail entitled: "Lack of faculty diversity can affect studies and career aspirations".
The article speaks to the importance for diversity in faculty to exemplify possibilities in education, career and life for all students.
Katie Stockdale, recent graduate of our PhD program and now Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Sam Houston State University, is featured in the Early Career Research Spotlight on the Blog of the American Philosophical Association
Letitia Meynell has recently published “On Political Correctness,” in Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review
Stephanie Kapusta has published "Intersex Diagnostics and Prognostics: Imposing Sex-Predicate Determinacy." in Topoi (2017) 36: 539-48
Andrew Fenton has a blog that has been posted on Novel Tech Ethics Impact Ethics site, and has also published chapters in the following:
- Andrew Fenton and Adam Shriver. "Animal Minds:The Neuroethics of Nonhuman Dissent." In The Routledge Handbook of Neuroethics, edited by L. Syd M. Johnson and Karen S. Rommelfanger. New York: Routledge 2016:484-98
- Andrew Fenton. "Decisional Authority and Animal Research Subjects." In The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Animal Minds, edited by Kristin Andrews and Jacob Beck. New York: Routledge, 2018: 475-84
Richmond Campbell, (Emeritus), has just published an essay; "Learning from Moral Inconsistency", in the psychology journal Cognition, as part of a special issue on Moral Learning.