Assistant Professor Serene Khader was accepted into the NEH Summer Institute on "Development Ethics: Questions, Challenges and Responsibilities" to be held this July and August at Michigan State University.
Undegraduate Philosophy Majors Peter John and Steven Licardi received the Provost's Award for Academic Excellence.
Doctoral candidate Nathifa Greene presented her paper, "Stop and Frisk: A Phenomenological Description of Policed Embodiment" at the Collegium of Black Women Philosophers at Penn State on April 12, 2013.
Professor Eduardo Mendieta published an essay titled "'Moral Optics': Biopolitics, Torture and the Imperial Gaze of War Photography" in Jose Manuel Barreto, ed., Human Rights from a Third World Perspective: Critique, History, and International Law.
Professor Robert Crease's play Trust Territory won First Prize in the Stony Brook University Science Playwriting Competition.
Stony Brook Alum and current Pennsylvania State University Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Philosophy Leonard Lawlor's 2011 book Early Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy (IUP) was reviewed in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Philosophy major Christie Sacco was awarded an Undergraduate Recognition Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Timothy Hyde reviewed James Risser's The Life of Understanding: A Contemporary Hermeneutics in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Undergraduate Philosophy Majors Steven T. Licardi and Briana Locicero received the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.
Undergraduate Philosophy Major Jean Claude Velasquez received the Undergraduate Recognition Award for Academic Excellent for 2013.
Professor Mary Rawlinson was awarded a Visiting Fellowship in Ethics and Philosophy for Fall 2013 at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Doctoral candidate Jeff Epstein has won this year's President's Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Graduate Student.
Professor Eduardo Mendieta's co-translation of Enrique Dussel's Ethics of Liberation: In the Age of Globalization and Exclusion has been published by Duke University Press. This is a monumental work of ethics by one of Latin America's foremost philosophers.
Professor Eduardo Mendieta, alumnus Javier Aguirre and doctoral candidate Maria Prado Ballarin presented papers at the 2013 Telos Conference, the theme of which was "Religion and Politics in a Post-Secular World."
Doctoral candidates Jane Jones and Tim R. Johnston were awarded the 2013 Karen Burke Memorial Prize. Jane Jones will present "The Im/Possible Conditions of Unconditional Hospitality: Irigaray and Derrida on the Thresholds of Ethics" and Tim R. Johnston will present "Must the Interval be Heterosexual? Irigarayan Ontology and Non-Cisgendered Being" at this year's meeting of the Irigaray Circle at the University of Bergen, Norway.
Professor Rita Nolan presented a paper at the conference "From Grooming to Speaking: Recent Trends in Social Primatology and Human Ethology" hosted by the Centre for Philosophy of Science at the University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, September 10-12, 2012. Her paper was titled "How Humans Became Behaviorally Modern."
Professors Ed Casey and Donn Welton, and Stony Brook Alum Anthony Steinbock published essays in the new Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Phenomenology.
Professor Bob Crease won the 2012-13 Stony Brook University Science Playwriting Competition for his play Trust Territory.
Associate Professors Allegra de Laurentiis and Jeff Edwards published The Bloomsbury Companion to Hegel.
Stony Brook Alum and DePaul University Associate Professor Sean Kirkland published two new books: an authored volume with SUNY Press, The Ontology of Socratic Questioning in Plato's Early Dialogues, and an edited collection with University of Chicago Press, The Nature Drawings of Peter Karklins. In addition, Professor Kirkland is an invited speaker at this year's Boston Area Colloquium on Ancient Philosophy, where he will present on "Dialectic and Proto-Phenomenology in Aristotle."
Stony Brook Alum and College of Mount Saint Vincent Professor Ron Scapp was elected President of the National Association for Ethnic Studies and awarded the Charles C. Irby Award for recognition of distinguished work in the field of Ethnic Studies. Professor Scapp will deliver the Joseph Hearst Memorial Lecture at the 2013 Frank Church Symposium in Idaho, on Education, Power and Leadership.
Professor Lorenzo Simpson's essay, "Twin Earth and its Horizons: On Hermeneutics, Reference, and Scientific Theory Choice," The Philosophical Forum, 43 (2012): 1-25, was the lead article in this issue of The Philosophical Forum, an issue devoted to Continental solutions to analytic problems.
Professor Eduardo Mendieta delivered the keynote address at the 19th Biennial Conference of the North American Sartre Society, held at Texas A&M, November 28-30th. The title of his address was "Don Quijote's Existentialist Children."
Professor Lorenzo Simpson delivered the keynote address at the Annual Conference of the North American Society for Philosophical Hermeneutics, held at the University of California/Riverside, October 5-6, 2012. The title of his address was "Critical Fusions: Towards a Genuine 'Hermeneutics of Suspicion'."
Associate Professor Jeff Edwards's translation (with Martin Schönfeld) of Kant’s first book, the Essay on Living Forces, was published by Cambridge University Press. You can find it in the new volume of the Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant titled Natural Science, which is available in December.
Undergraduate philosophy major Jean-Claude Velasquez won Stony Brook's Ana Maria Torres scholarship.
The IFB awarded Professor Don Ihde its 2012 Golden Eurydice Award.
Professor Patrick Grim entered his fourth year of NIH-funded work on MIDAS, the Modeling Infectious Disease Agent Study, a multi-university effort to build "an enormous multi-agent computational model, world-wide but focused on the United States, designed to provide policy-makers with the ability to project potential courses for various forms of epidemic and the effectiveness of proposed interventions."
Doctoral student Soren Whited won the 2012 Radical Philosophy Association Iris Marion Young Award for his paper "The Historical Legacy of Struggles Against Racial Oppression in Present forms of Anti-Racist Politics."
Professor Eduardo Mendieta reviewed Juan Manuel Garrido's On Time, Being, and Hunger: Challenging the Traditional Way of Thinking Life in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Professors Ed Casey, Don Ihde, Eduardo Mendieta, and Hugh Silverman, as well as Stony Brook Alum Sharon Meagher, published essays in the latest volume of the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, dedicated to the 50th Anniversary of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP).
Professor Robert Crease reviewed a new production of Henrik Ibsen's "Enemy of the People" in Newsday.
Stony Brook Alum and current Drexel University Assistant Professor Andrew F. Smith reviewed Andrew J. Pierce's Collective Identity, Oppression, and the Right to Self-Ascription in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Art Megan Craig's artwork will be on display in a show titled If and How, September 15 - October 14 at Scott & Bowne.
Doctoral Candidate Jane Clare Jones published an editorial in the Guardian titled, "Do women who have had sex always tell lies?"
Stony Brook Alum and current University of Colorado at Boulder Assistant Professor Benjamin Hale wrote a piece for the New York Times "The Stone" column, titled "The Veil of Opulence."
Stony Brook Master's Program Alum and current PhD Candidate at the University of Oregon, Lucy Schultz, published an article titled "Nishida Kitarō, G.W.F. Hegel, and the Pursuit of the Concrete: A Dialectic of Dialectics" in Philosophy East and West.
Stony Brook Alum and current Rochester Institute of Technology Associate Professor Evan Selinger wrote a piece for The Atlantic, titled "The Philosophy of the Technology of the Gun," on the tragedy in Aurora, CO seen through the lens of Don Ihde's philosophy of technology.
Stony Brook Alum and current Georgia Institute of Technology Assistant Professor Robert Rosenberger wrote a piece for The Atlantic, titled "Siri, Take This Down: Will Voice Control Shape Our Writing?"
Undergraduate Jean Claude Velasquez won the prestigious and highly competitive Provost's Award for Academic Excellence.
Undergraduate Christie Sacco won the Dean's Choice award.
Professor Eduardo Mendieta reviewed Stony Brook Alum and current Emory University Assistant Professor Andrew Mitchell's book Heidegger Among the Sculptors: Body, Space, and the Art of Dwelling.
Stony Brook Alum and current Emory University Assistant Professor Andrew Mitchell published a new translation of Heidegger's Bremen and Freiburg Lectures.
Book Presentation: "The Elusive Hermes: Method, Discourse, Interpreting"
Tuesday, December 3rd
Lecture: “Non-Philosophical Texts: Star Trek"
Tuesday, December 3rd
Lecture: "Racialized Time"
Alia al -Saji
Thursday, December 5th
Dissertation Defense: “Creating Safe Spaces"
Thursday, December 5th
Conference: Origins of Truth
Stony Brook Manhattan
Friday and Saturday, February 21st - 22nd
Hannah Arendt Circle
Stony Brook Manhattan
March 21-22, 2014
FAÇADES: The Architecture of (In)authenticy
Seventh Annual Philosophy and the Arts Conference
March 28-29, 2014
Sound And Affect: Voice, Music, World
Stony Brook University
April 18-19, 2014
Stony Brook - Sorbonne Symposium on Feminist Bioethics
May 24, 2014
Jill Drouillard and Anne O'Byrne