Cross-Appointed Faculty

Cross-appointed faculty are members of the Department of Philosophy whose primary appointments are to different units (for example: Political Studies, Law, or Mathematics). Like core faculty, cross-appointed faculty are involved in training philosophy graduate students: they can (and do) lead graduate seminars and serve on or chair thesis and dissertation committees.

Health Sciences, Philosophy

Bioethics, Political Philosophy, Environmental Ethics

History, Philosophy

History of Political thought, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, the English Revolution, Liberalism, the History of Christianity, Toleration and Religious Freedom, Constitutionalism, Monarchy

Political Studies, Philosophy

Political Philosophy, Bioethics, Practical Ethics, Ethics

Political Studies, Philosophy

Political Philosophy, Political Theory

Political Studies, Philosophy

Political Theory, Political Philosophy

Mathematics, Philosophy

Number Theory, Indian Philosophy, Mathematical Logic

Law, Philosophy

Philosophy of Law, Theories of Private Law, Moral Philosophy

Law, Philosophy

Philosophy of Law, Ethics, Meta-Ethics

Law, Philosophy

Philosophy of Law, Human Rights, Public Law