Apr 07, 2021
In 2019-20, the Department’s graduate students published a number of essays in venues such as The Journal of Philosophy, The Journal of Political Philosophy, and Synthese. This article contains a list of these publications.
Apr 06, 2021
Catherine Stinson will be part of an upcoming panel, “Neurotechnology, Surveillance and Data Privacy”, part of the Surveillance Studies Centre’s upcoming multi-disciplinary conference, “A Neurotech Future: Ethical, Legal and Policy Perspectives”.
Kerah Gordon-Solmon awarded SSHRC Insight Grant for "Duties, Constraints, Prerogatives, and Permissions: Or, How to Defend Lesser-Evil Options"
Apr 02, 2021
Kerah Gordon-Solmon has been awarded a SSHRC Insight Grant for her project, "Duties, Constraints, Prerogatives, and Permissions: Or, How to Defend Lesser-Evil Options".
Recent PhD Kyle Johannsen’s new book, Wild Animal Ethics: The Moral and Political Problem of Wild Animal Suffering
Mar 22, 2021
Recent PhD Kyle Johannsen has a new book, “Wild Animal Ethics: The Moral and Political Problem of Wild Animal Suffering”, which was recently featured on New Books in Philosophy, and is the subject of an upcoming, APPLE-sponsored symposium.
Mar 17, 2021
Catherine Stinson recently shared her expertise about bias and fairness in AI on the Wondros Podcast, and during a recent Queen’s panel about “Coded Bias”.
Mar 17, 2021
In the latest episode of “Examining Ethics”, Meena Krishnamurthy discusses the value of political emotions in Martin Luther King Jr.’s writing and activism.
Udo Schuklenk on Wiley’s “What Did Bioethics Contribute to the Covid-19 Pandemic Response? A Retrospective”
Mar 03, 2021
Udo Schuklenk will be one of three expert panelists on Wiley’s webinar, “What Did Bioethics Contribute to the Covid-19 Pandemic Response? A Retrospective”, taking place March 17, 2021, at 10:30a.m. EST.
Feb 09, 2021
M.A. student Josh Mosley was in the Kingston Whig-Standard this weekend. Josh leads a group of Queen’s student-athletes who have found a way to connect with their local partners with autism spectrum disorder during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jan 16, 2021
On Global News, Queen's Philosophy member Jacalyn Duffin, Professor Emerita and Hannah Chair of the History of Medicine, shared her insights on previous pandemics and the lessons they can offer us now.
Jan 15, 2021
Udo Schüklenk, Professor of Philosophy and Ontario Research Chair in Bioethics, was a featured expert on TVO's The Agenda with Steve Paikin, discussing the question: Is Ontario's crisis triage discriminatory?