Tom Hanauer’s preliminary examination essay “The Birth of the Nietzschian Sublime” and Thien-Tin Le’s preliminary examination essay “Something-I-know-not-what: Locke on Substance” are joint winners of this year’s Nordev Prize.
For her contributions to philosophy of medicine, Professor Miriam Solomon has been elected Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia
A video of the entire conference can be seen here:
Photographs from the conference are posted below:
From left to right: TC Shillingford, Clara Reyes, Leah Booth, Michael Johnson, Joel Cordon, Tre Malone, Michael Olenik
Congratulations to all (approx 30) graduating seniors and please keep in touch!
Congratulations to Professor Kristin Gjesdal on being selected to receive the Eleanor Hofkin Award for Excellence in Teaching for 2014. This Award was established by the College of Liberal Arts Alumni Board in memory of longtime board member Eleanor Hofkin to provice an annual award to a CLA faculty member whose outstanding teaching has made…
Congratulations to Katie Brennan who has been awarded a CHAT Graduate Associate Fellowship for 2014-15.
Owen Ware is resigning his position at Temple at the end of this academic year to take up an Assistant Professorship at Simon Fraser University. Also, in the 2015-2016 academic year he will take up a Humboldt post-doctoral fellowship in Germany. We have been fortunate to have Owen with us for three years and wish him all success in the…
Colin Chamberlain, who is completing a dissertation at Harvard University on the self-body problem in Descartes and Malebranche, will be joining the department in Fall 2014 as Assistant Professor of Philosophy (tenure-track). We welcome him warmly.
Congratulations to Graduate Student Katie Brennan on the publication of Nietzsche’s Shakespeare: Musicality and Historicity in The Birth of Tragedy,” Memoria di Shakespeare 1 (2014): 109-128. Here is a link: http://ojs.uniroma1.it/index.php/MemShakespeare/issue/view/858/showToc