Congrats to Ph.D. student Jesús Luzardo on his Mellon/ACLS Fellowship for next year! He will be completing work on his dissertation, Nostalgic Pasts, Ironic Futures.
Huge congratulations to Ph.D. student Machessa Samz on her new tenure-track position at Nazareth College in Rochester, New York!
The Department was delighted to host from Prof. Jason D’Cruz (SUNY Albany) for his talk on distrust and bias on March 5th.
Doctoral student Sanjana Rajagopal has been featured again on the blog of the American Philosophical Association, on what it means to be a Hindu Philosopher. Congrats, Sanjana!
Happy holidays to all!
Visiting graduate students from Nanjing University in China attended Prof. Reed Winegar's class on Schopenhauer and Hegel!
We had a huge turnout for the first Fordham MAP Talk & Teach event! We had 6 panelists talking about how they work to diversify syllabi!
Meghan Sullivan (Notre Dame) is launching a project called “Philosophy as a Way of Life ” along with Fordham's Stephen Grimm, Stephen C. Angle (Wesleyan) and Caleb Cohoe (Metropolitan State University of Denver)! The project is funded by a Mellon Grant. More info here.
Cheryl Misak gave a department colloquium on Ramsey, Pragmatism and the Vienna Circle today afternoon!
Noah Hahn also presented at the Fall Graduate Symposium—on the topic of Wittgenstein and Natural Law Ethics! Comments provided by Dr. Baur via Chris Myers.
Special thanks to the FPS (Fordham Philosophical Society) for all their efforts!
Andy Jampol-Petzinger Petzinger’s gave the monthly Brown Bag Talk. His talk was on Kierkegaard and Deleuze!
The NY-China Epistemology Conference was a great success and a wonderful international exchange of ideas! Thanks to all participants for making it out for the past few days.
Daniel Singer from U. Penn visited the Epistemology and Ethics Reading Group yesterday night, and discussed his paper on Epistemic Consequentialism!
Congratulations to the 2018 winner of the Jane B. Aron Memorial Prize: Wei Guo! The Prize is awarded annually to a graduating philosophy major at FCLC—it is the highest departmental honor, and the winner gets $2000 towards tuition!
Pictured here are Wei and Dr. Stephen Grimm.
Tonight, Dr. Stephen C. Angle gave the annual Sullivan Lecture on the topic of "Confucianism as a Way of Life" to a packed McNally Amphitheatre at Fordham Lincoln Center.
On Sunday September 23rd, the Philosophy Dept. had its fall picnic welcoming new graduate students, faculty members, and others!
Today, Professor Babich gave an illuminating departmental talk to a full Flom Auditorium entitled "Nietzsche on the Triumph (Sieg) of Scientific Method over Science."