The Department of Philosophy at the University of Missouri invites applications for a tenure-stream position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, beginning fall semester 2018. The AOS and AOC are open. For details https://www.philjobs.org/job/show/9114.
We are pleased to announce that an alumna of our department, Lynn Chiu (Ph.D., 2015), was recently awarded the 2017 Werner Callebaut Prize by the International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB).
We would like to extend heartfelt congratulations to an alumnus of our department, Andrew Moon (Ph.D., 2010), on his placement as an assistant professor in the philosophy department at Virginia Commonwelth University.
Andrew will begin his position at VCU this Fall.
Congratulations to an alumnus of our department, Joshua Smart (Ph.D., 2017), on his recent placement as a visiting assistant professor in the philosophy department at the University of Oklahoma for the upcoming academic year.
Joshua Smart has successfully passed his oral defense of his dissertation, “Epistemic Rationality and Meeting One's Own Standards.” Please join us in congratulating our newest Mizzou Philosophy PhD!
This fall (2017) the Philosophy Department is pleased to offer two courses that meet the A&S Diversity Requirement:
PHIL 2005 Topics in Philosophy - Humanities: Topic: Philosophy of Race. Instructor: Drew Woodson. MW 11-12:15
PHIL 2420 Philosophy of War and Peace. Instructor: Isaac Wagner. Online
PHIL 2500 Philosophy and Gender. Instructor: Claire Horisk TR 11-12:15 TR 2-3:15
The Department is excited to announce the incoming class of PhD students who will be starting at Mizzou Fall 2016!
Ritwik Agrawal, BA in mathematics at Hindu College, University of Delhi. MA in philosophy from University of Delhi: Philosophy of mind/language/cognitive science and political philosophy.
Kevin Bird recently graduated with Honors in Philosophy and Biology. Congratulations, Kevin! His proud Philosophy advisor, André Ariew, is at his side.
Richard Lauer has successfully passed his oral defense of his dissertation, “Explanation for the cognitively bounded: psychology and the pragmatics of explanation.” Congratulations Richard!
Phillip Zema has successfully defended his dissertation, "Three Questions Concerning Reid's Moral Epistemology". Congratulations, Phil!