Congratulations to Dr. Seth Mayer on successfully defending his PhD!
We note with pride and sadness the posthumous publication by NU PhD Jonathan Trejo-Mathys of an edited volume:
Barbara Buckinx, Jonathan Trejo-Mathys, Timothy Waligore, eds., Domination and Global Political Justice: Conceptual, Historical, and Institutional Perspectives (Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy, 2015).
Congratulations to recent Philosophy PhD Emilie Prattico on her new position at a research organization The Business for Social Responsibility.
Congratulations to Professor Baron Reed for being named to ASG's Faculty Honor Roll for AY 2015-16
NU Philosophy PhD Professor Chike Jeffers nominated to the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
Congratulations to NU philosophy undergraduate Jake Romm
Romm's thesis "Kafka and the Incomprehensible: A Paradox of Interpretation and its Resolution" was accepted to the 2015-16 "Best Senior Theses" issue of the Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal.
Congratulations to Professor Cristina Lafont who (with other NU faculty) has just received a 3-year "Big Ideas" grant from the Buffett Institute for an initiative in the Global Capitalism and Law research group.
Congratulations to NU philosophy graduate student Morganna Lambeth on her forthcoming paper "An Objection to Kant's Second Analogy," in Kant Yearbook 7.1 (August 2015).
Congratulations to former faculty members, Professors Jurgen Habermas and Charles Taylor for being awarded the prestigious John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity awarded by the Library of Congress.
Congratulations to NU Philosophy grad student Nick Leonard, on his forthcoming paper (with Lance Rips) "Identifying and Counting Objects: The Role of Sortal Concepts," to appear at Cognition.
Congratulations to Northwestern Philosophy faculty member Kyla Ebels Duggan for being selected as one of the Center for Ethics and Education at UW-Madison Inaugural Fellows.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Funds Joint Project Between UC Berkeley and Northwestern University to establish the International Consortium for Critical Theory Programs.
Congratulations to Professor Penny Deutscher who is the co-investigator on this joint project, initiated by Judith Butler (U.C. Berkeley).