Congratulations to our fellow alumna, Dr. Mary Gregg, for her new published book, The Untold Help of Harmful Visual Jokes: No Funny Business, now available for purchase on Amazon!
Check out Dr. Gregg’s new book here!
The Untold Help of Harmful Visual Jokes: No Funny Business
Congratulations to one of our graduate students, Katrina Kish, for her recent presentation at the Trust, Hope, and Rationality: Lung Early Career Conference where she presented her paper titled “The Role of Care in Trust.”
A week later, Katrina presented her paper “Good Will Hunting: Reconsidering Annette Baier’s Account of Trust” at the Salzburg Conference for Young Analytic Philosophy.
Congratulations to our fellow graduate student, Joel Lorenzatti, for his article “Aphantasia: A Philosophical Approach,” being published in Philosophical Psychology!
Check out Joel’s article below!
Read “Aphantasia: A Philosophical Approach”
Congratulations to Professor Lewis Gordon for his most recent interview with Tavis Smiley on The “Tavis Smiley” Podcast!
Listen to the latest episode here:
Tavis Smiley & Dr. Lewis Gordon
Congratulations to Associate Professor Ting-An Lin for being chosen as one of the Plenary Speakers for the 2023 Public Philosophy Network Conference!
This year’s PPN Conference theme is “Facing Technology: The Role of Public Philosophy.” Check out more details below:
2023 PPN Conference
Congratulations to Professor Lewis Gordon for his recent interview on The Chasing Leviathan Podcast to discuss his newly published book, Black Existentialism and Decolonizing Knowledge.
Check out the interview here:
Dr. Lewis Gordon on The Chasing Leviathan Podcast
Congratulations to Professor Tracy Llanera for her interview in The Guardian titled, “Better martyrs’: the growing role of women in the far-right movement.”
Check out Professor Llanera’s interview here:
‘Better martyrs’: the growing role of women in the far-right movement
Congratulations to Professor Mitchell Green for his interview on The Gray Area with Sean Illing! Professor Green was featured on the episode “Is the episode to self-discovery pointless?” to discuss self-knowledge and self-deception.
Check out Professor Green’s interview here!
Is the journey to self-discovery pointless?
Congratulations to Graduate Student, Ananda Griffin, for her essay “Why Black Women’s Affect?” being featured in the Black Issues in Philosophy – Blog of the American Philosophical Association!
Read Ananda Griffin’s article below:
Why Black Women’s Affect?
Check out a symposium on Professor Tracy Llanera‘s book Richard Rorty: Outgrowing Modern Nihilism featured in the new issue of Metaphilosophy.
Read Symposium on Richard Rorty: Outgrowing Modern Nihilism by Tracy Llanera