Congratulations to Kate Sutherland Hartling, who has been selected as this year’s winner of the KimRilda LeBlanc Memorial Award, which recognizes outstanding interdisciplinary initiatives between the arts and the health sciences, in honour of the memory of this former graduate student in English. Kate, who received her MA in October 2022, was nominated for her MA thesis entitled “Condoms and Conditions on Consent: Upholding Intentions, Understanding, and Agency for Consensual Sex.”
Duncan MacInosh was recently interviewed for the CRAM Podcast—Extraordinary Ideas Unleashed, on the subject, Are You a Rational Person?
Duncan MacIntosh recently delivered a guest lecture to the Naval Warfare Officer Symposium, Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Fleet, Atlantic, on philosophical theories of the self as applied to emotional intelligence, self-awareness and leadership.
Congratulations to Dr. Steve Maitzen, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Dalhousie, and W. G. Clark Professor of Philosophy at Acadia University on the publication of his book, Determinism, Death and Meaning(Routledge)