Udo Schüklenk on CBC radio: when is it appropriate to require people to disclose their vaccination status?
Jul 23, 2021
Udo Schüklenk, Professor of Philosophy and Ontario Research Chair in Bioethics, was interviewed on CBC radio’s Ontario Morning about when it is appropriate to require people to disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status.
Kerah Gordon-Solmon awarded SSHRC Insight Grant for "Duties, Constraints, Prerogatives, and Permissions: Or, How to Defend Lesser-Evil Options"
Jul 13, 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".
Jul 03, 2021
Agnes Tam (PhD, 2020) will join the University of Calgary as an Assistant Professor of Philosophy in July of 2022, after taking up a Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship at McGill University for the 2021-22 academic year.
Jun 14, 2021
Congratulations to all of this year's Philosophy graduates! We regret we could not gather to celebrate in person. Click to see a list of our 2021 graduates, and to watch a video message from the Department of Philosophy, congratulating you all for completing your degrees.
Jun 07, 2021
PhD student Arjun Sawhney has won the 2020-21 Professor Frank Pearce Essay Prize, awarded annually to a graduate student from Sociology, Political Studies, Geography, Philosophy or Cultural Studies with the best essay on the topic of radical critical theory and social justice.
MA students Ben Dinsdale and Spencer Gravelle win the 2020-21 A.R.C. Duncan Award for Excellence in Teaching
Jun 07, 2021
MA students Ben Dinsdale and Spencer Gravelle have each won the 2020-21 A.R.C. Duncan Award for Excellence in Teaching, established in honour of a former head of the Department and one of the country’s most distinguished teachers of philosophy.
Interdisciplinary project, “Toppling Monuments: Colonial Trauma, Justice, Heritage, and Restorative Healing”, led by Christine Sypnowich, awarded funding from the NFRF
Jun 05, 2021
The interdisciplinary project, “Toppling Monuments: Colonial Trauma, Justice, Heritage, and Restorative Healing”, led by philosopher Christine Sypnowich, has been awarded funding from the New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF).
May 28, 2021
Udo Schüklenk served on the federal government's COVID-19 Testing and Screening Expert Advisory Panel, whose latest report pertains to Canada's border restrictions and quarantine policies.
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”.