Our pluralistic department has strengths in many areas, including aesthetics, history of philosophy, ethics, social and political philosophy, epistemology, philosophy of mind, phenomenology and feminist philosophy, with notable initiatives in Metaphysics and Environmental Philosophy. All of the major philosophical approaches, including analytic, continental, and historical approaches are represented by individual faculty members. The Philosophy Department participates in three interdisciplinary programs including the Environmental Ethics Certificate ProgramThe Institute for Women's Studies, and the Institute for Artificial Intelligence. The department is also home to the academic journal, Ethics & the Environment (edited by department head, Victoria Davion), and conducts an active colloquium series.

Personnel

Professor of Philosophy, INAS Steering Committee Member

Graduate Students