Philosophy Department

Recent Speakers

Note: Affiliations were correct when speakers visited Rochester, but have not been updated.

Speakers During 2012—2013

  • Susanna Siegel (Harvard)
  • Erin Taylor (Cornell)  
  • Michael Huemer (Colorado)
  • Trent Dougherty (Baylor) 
  • Shamik Dasgupta (Princeton)
  • John G. Bennett (Rochester)
  • Alan Baker (Swarthmore)
  • Barry Lam (Vassar)
  • Alan Hajek (Australian National University)
  • Brad Inwood (Toronto)
  • James Dreier (Brown)  

Speakers During 2011-2012

  • Derrick Darby (University of Kansas)
  • Hud Hudson (Western Washington University)
  • Gordon Belot (University of Michigan)
  • Stewart Cohen (University of Arizona
  • Derk Pereboom (Cornell University)
  • Earl Conee (University or Rochester)
  • Sarah McGrath (Princeton University)
  • Donald Ainslie (University of Toronto)
  • James Lennox (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Kwame Anthony Appiah (Princeton)

Speakers During 2010-2011

  • Mohan Matthen (Toronto)
  • Michael Bergmann (Purdue)
  • Fred Feldman, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Andrew Chignell (Cornell)
  • Alan Code (Rutgers)
  • Robert W. Spekkens, Perimeter Institute
  • Brie Gertler (Virginia)
  • Selim Berker (Harvard)
  • Randall Curren (Rochester
  • Karen Bennett (Cornell)

Speakers During 2009-2010

  • William Fitzpatrick (Virginia Tech)
  • John Bickle (Mississippi State University)
  • Michael Strevens (NYU)
  • Robert W. Spekkens (Perimeter Institute
  • Allan Hazlett (Fordham University)

Speakers During 2008-2009

  • Connie Rosati (University of Arizona)
  • Alvin Goldman (Rutgers)
  • Nicole Hassoun (Carnegie Mellon
  • Penelope Maddy (UC, Irvine)
  • Peter Lewis (University of Miami)

Speakers During 2007-2008

  • David Albert (Columbia)
  • Kris McDaniel (Syracuse)
  • Sigrun Svavarsdottir (Ohio State)
  • Amartya Sen (Lamont University Professor and Professor of Economics and Philosophy, Harvard University)
  • Jaegwon Kim (Brown)
  • Michael Gill (Arizona)
  • Jeff Glick (Rochester)
  • Mary Louise Gill (Brown)
  • Peter van Inwagen (Notre Dame)
  • Ned Hall (Harvard)
  • Nathan Salmon (UC Santa Barbara)