Check out our Spring 2018 Undergraduate Philosophy Electives!

 

Marquette Philosophy in the World: Putting Philosophy to Work. Friday, Nov. 10. 2:00-4:30 PM. Reception Following. AMU CD. Free and Open to the Public.

Marquette philosophy alumni and faculty will share their experiences about the value of philosophy in their careers. They also will provide practical tips for promoting philosophy skills in seeking employment.

For information:  Philosophy in the World Poster

Everyone is welcome. But to help with planning please RSVP. Thanks

Assistant Professor Tenure Track Openings (Fall 2018). The Philosophy Department invites applications for two faculty positions:

The deadline for applications is Nov. 15, 2017. The Philosophy Department is pleased to join with other departments in supporting a university wide initiative to develop a Race and Ethnic Studies Program

Think! Learn more about our two Master of Arts programs; History of Philosophy and Social and Applied Philosophy.

Philosophy Majors on Dean's List:

Congratulations to Philosophy Majors Jared Corbett, Taylor Harrison, Tyler Koepke and Jared Stusko for being named to the Spring 2017 Dean's List in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.

University Promotions Announced

Congratulations to Drs. Anthony Peressini, and James South who have been promoted from Associate Professor to Professor of Philosophy!

 

 

 

 

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NEWS

Appointment to Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Dr. Grant Silva has been has been named a regional faculty associate of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.

Congratulations to:

Dr. Kimberly Engels (defended spring 2017) who accepted a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor at Molloy College, New York.

Dr. Corinne-Bloch Mullins for her second Strategic Innovation Fund grant, “The Philosophy Lab” (http://www.marquette.edu/innovation/sif-awardees-2017.php)

Highlights:

Dr. Curtis Carter, Presenting Aesthetics Research in China

Dr. Curtis Carter, Professor of Philosophy, is a frequent visitor to China to present academic papers and lectures at international aesthetics Conferences and universities.  Aesthetics is a very popular subject among Chinese philosophers and literary theorists with many scholars and students active in its study. During the past year, Dr. Carter  presented  papers on various topics  in China including: “The Favelas in Rio de Janeiro as a Form of Utopia for the Underserved,” and “Aesthetics of Chinese Ink Paintings,” Symposium on Chinese Ink Painting, Shanghai (April 2017)

During his visits to China this past year, Dr. Carter also held meetings with Chinese Scholars to plan a future Conference to take place in China on Aesthetics and City Life His has lectures at Peking University, Beijing Normal University, Nanjing University, Zhejiang University and others in cities across China.  Dr. Carter’s writings have appeared in numerous leading Chinese academic journals, and artist’s catalogues. His book, Border Crossings: Art into Aesthetics, is currently in press in Chinese awaiting publication in the coming season.

Engendering Dignity in Philosophy (EDIP)

Philosophy graduate students Drew Dumaine and Marisola Xhelili, in collaboration with Dr. Anthony Peressini and Dr. Theresa Tobin have developed and collaboratively teach a new course called, "Narrating Freedom: Gender and Mass Incarceration."  The course is unique in that It enrolls half of the students from Marquette and half from the Milwaukee Women’s Correctional Center.  The course was initially offered in 2016 as part of the Honors Program.  The hope is to integrate the course into the regular philosophy curriculum.   This course is the first installation of a broader effort to build partnerships between the philosophy department and the local community.

EDIP and development of this course has been funded by a Marquette University Innovation Grant.


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