Placement

This is a complete record of all students who have graduated in recent years.

For each graduate, we list dissertation title, dissertation advisor, and initial and current position. The following key will be useful in reviewing these records:

(P) = Post-doc or other fellowship
(TT) = Tenure-track or equivalent
(T) = Tenure or equivalent
(V) = visiting assistant professor, assistant professor (non-tenure-track), lecturer, adjunct, or equivalent

PhD Graduates 2014

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Dmitri Gallow The Foundations and Emergence of Causation Joyce NYU (P) NYU (P)
Warren Herold Empathy and the Imagination Anderson University of Arkansas (TT) University of Arkansas (TT)
Ira Lindsay A Humean Theory of Property Rights Railton Dartmouth (P) Dartmouth (P)
Stephen Nayak-Young Towards a Just Work Law Anderson UCLA (P) UCLA (P)
Bryan Parkhurst Listening to Reason: Philosophical Encounters with Music and Music Theory Walton and Satyendra (Music Theory) Columbia, music (P) Columbia, music (P)

Positions offered to members of this class in 2014:
Columbia (P)
Dartmouth (P)
NYU (P)
Stanford (P)
University of Arkansas (TT)
UCLA (P)

PhD Graduates 2013

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial Placement(s) Current Position
Nathaniel Adam Tobias Coleman The Duty to Miscegenate Anderson University College London (P) University College London (P)
William "Billy" Dunaway Realism and Fundamentality in Ethics and Elsewhere Gibbard Oxford (P) Oxford (P)
Jason Konek New Foundations for Imprecise Bayesianism Joyce University of Bristol (P) University of Bristol (P)
Daniel Peterson Prospects for a New Account of Time Reversal Belot Berry College (V) Berry College (V)
Alex Silk What Normative Terms Mean and Why It Matters forEthical Theory Gibbard / Railton University of Birmingham
(TT)
University of Birmingham
(TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2013:
Berry College (V)
Oxford (P)
University of Birmingham (TT)
University of Bristol (P)
University College London (P)
University of Pittsburgh (P)

PhD Graduates 2012

PhD Graduates 2012

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Stephen Campbell Prudential Value and the Appealing Life Gibbard Coe College (P) University of Pennsylvania Medical School (P)
Neil Mehta A Subjective Representationalist Approach to Phenomenal Experience Lormand / Egan Yale-NUS College (TT) Yale-NUS College (TT)
Sven Nyholm On the Universal Law and Humanity Formulas Anderson and  Buss University of Cologne (TT) University of Cologne (TT)
Dan Singer Doxastic Normativity Joyce University of Pennsylvania (TT) University of Pennsylvania (TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2012:
Coe College (P)
University of Cologne
University of Pennsylvania(TT)
University of Tennessee-Martin (TT)
Yale-NUS College (TT)

Positions offered to the class since 2012:
University of Pennsylvania Medical School (P)

PhD Graduates 2011

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Nate Charlow Practical Language: Its Meaning and Use Gibbard University of Toronto (TT) University of Toronto (TT)
Lina Jansson Explanation and Dependence Sklar Nanyang Technological University (TT) Nanyang Technological University (TT)
Shen-yi Liao On Morals, Fictions, and Genres Walton Kansas State University (V) Nanyang Technological
University (TT) & Leeds (P)
Ian McCready-Flora Belief and Rational Cognition in Aristotle Caston Columbia Society of Fellows (P) Saint Louis University (TT)
Alexandra Plakias The Good and the Gross: Essays in Metaethics and Moral Psychology Anderson Rutgers University (V)
Aberdeen, Northern Institute of Philosophy (P)
 Hamilton College (TT)
Dustin Tucker Propositions and Paradoxes Thomason Texas Tech (V) Colorado State University (TT)
David Wiens Engineering Global Justice: Achieving Success Through Failure Analysis Anderson Australian National University (P) University of California-San Diego (TT) (Political Science)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2011:
Aberdeen, Northern Institute of Philosophy(P)
Australian National University (P)
Carnegie-Mellon University (P)
Columbia (P)
Kansas State University (V)
Nanyang Technological University (TT)
Rutgers (V)
Texas Tech (V)
University of Toronto (TT)
Wayne State University (TT)

Since 2011:
Colorado State University (TT)
Hamilton College (TT)
Leeds (P)
Nanyang Technological University (TT)
Saint Louis University (TT)
University of California at San Diego (TT)
Yale (P)

 

PhD Graduates 2010

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Kevin Coffey Methodology, Reformulation, and Underdetermination: Essays on Realism and Interpretation in Foundational Physics Belot
Ruetsche
Texas Tech (V)
Virginia Tech (V)
NYU Abu Dhabi (TT)
Eduardo Garcia-Ramirez Proper Names: A Cognitive - Philosophical Study Swanson Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (TT) Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (TT)
Elizabeth Goodnick The Role of Naturalistic Explanation in Hume's Critique of Religious Belief Loeb Illinois Wesleyan (V)
University of Washington (V)
Notre Dame (P)
University of Oklahoma (V)
Metropolitan State University Denver (TT)
Marie Jayasekera The Will in Descartes' Thought Curley Colgate (TT) Colgate (TT)
Ivan Mayerhofer Talk about Coming into Existence Thomason Colorado College (V) University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (V)
David Plunkett Locating Practical Normativity Gibbard
Railton
UCLA, Law & Philosophy (P) Dartmouth (TT)
Amanda Roth Ethical Inquiry as Problem-Resolution: Objectivity, Progress, and Deliberation Anderson Bowling Green (V)

 

SUNY Geneseo (TT)

 

Lei Zhong A Non-Reductive Naturalist Approach to Moral Explanation Railton Peking University (TT)
Lingnan University (TT)
Chinese University of Hong Kong (TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2010:
Auburn (V)
Colgate (TT)
Colorado College (V)
Peking University (TT)
TexasTech (V)
UCLA, Law & Philosophy (P)
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (TT)
University of Michigan, Center for Ethics in Public Life (P)
University of Washington (V)

Prior to 2010:
Illinois Wesleyan University (V)

Since 2010:
Bowling Green (V)
Chinese University of Hong Kong (TT)
Colorado College (V)
Dartmouth (TT)
Lingnan University (TT)
Metropolitan State University Denver (TT)
Notre Dame (P)
NYU Abu Dhabi (TT
Towson University (TT)
Tulane (V)
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (V)
University of Minnesota-Duluth (V)
University of Oklahoma (V)
Virginia Tech (V)
SUNY Geneseo (TT)

PhD Graduates 2009

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Aaron Bronfman Coping with Imperfection Joyce
Railton
University of Nebraska (TT) University of Nebraska (TT)
Josh Brown From Semantics to Metaphysics Gillies
Ludlow
University of Houston (TT) Gustavus Adolphus College (TT)
Vanessa Carbonell Moral Saints Reconsidered Anderson
Darwall
University of Cincinnati (TT) University of Cincinnati, Obed J. Wilson Professor of Ethics (TT)
David Dick Ethics and the Possibility of Failure: Getting It Right about Getting It Wrong Railton University of Calgary, Chair of Business Ethics (V) University of Calgary (TT)
Alexa Forrester Considering the Options: The Purpose and Authority of Practical Deliberation Anderson Franklin & Marshall (P)
Portland Community College (V)
Santa Rosa Junior College (TT)
Dustin Locke Quidditism Joyce Claremont McKenna College (TT) Claremont McKenna College (TT)
Eleni Manis Distributive Justice for Democracies: A Needs-Based Sufficientarian Approach Anderson Franklin & Marshall (TT) Left the Profession
Howard Nye Ethics, Fitting Attitudes, and Practical Reason: A Theory of Normative Facts Gibbard
Railton
University of Alberta (TT) University of Alberta (TT)
Tim Sundell Conflict and Content Gillies
Ludlow
Northwestern (P) University of Kentucky (TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2009:
Bard College (TT)
Bates College (TT)
Claremont McKenna College (TT)
Franklin and Marshall (P)
Franklin and Marshall (TT)
Georgetown-Johns Hopkins (P)
Loyola University of New Orleans (TT)
National Institutes of Health (P)
Northwestern (P)
University of Alberta (TT)
University of Calgary, Chair of Business Ethics (V)
University of Cincinnati (TT)
University of Nebraska (TT)

Prior to 2009:
Princeton (P)
Stanford (P)
Texas Tech (TT)
University of Houston (TT)

Since 2009:
Portland Community College (V)
University of Kentucky (TT)
Santa Rosa Junior College (TT)
University of Calgary (TT)

PhD Graduates 2008

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Matthew E. Silverstein Normative Authority and the Foundations of Ethics Railton Amherst (P) New York University–Abu Dhabi (TT)
Jim Staihar A Restorative Signaling Theory of Punitive Desert Anderson University of Chicago, Law & Philosophy (P)
Princeton, Law & Public Affairs (P)
University of Maryland, School of Business (TT)
Erica Lucas Stonestreet Self-Creating Reasons: The Normative Implications of Identity Darwall College of St. Benedict & St. John’s University (V) College of St. Benedict & St. John’s University (TT)
Gabriel Zamosc–Regueros An Interpretation of the Ideals of Sovereignty, Wholeness, and Becoming What One Is in Nietzsche's Practical Philosophy Darwall University of Colorado–Denver (TT) University of Colorado–Denver (TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2008:
College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University (V)
Eastern Kentucky University (TT)
University of Chicago, Law and Philosophy (P)
University of Colorado–Denver (TT)

Prior to 2008:
Amherst (P)

Since 2008:
College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University (TT)
Lingnan University (TT)
New York University–Abu Dhabi (TT)
Princeton, Law and Public Affairs (P)
University of Maryland, School of Business (TT)
University of Minnesota–Morris (TT)

PhD Graduates 2007

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Christopher Dodsworth A Theory of Moral Obligation Anderson University of Michigan (P) Spring Hill College (TT)
Soraya Gollop Beyond Simple Desire: How Desires Can be More or Less Stable, and Why This Matters in Rational Deliberation Joyce Southern Methodist University (TT) Southern Methodist University (TT)
Rob Gressis Kant's Theory of Evil: An Interpretation and Defense Darwall Notre Dame (P) Cal State Northridge (TT)
Alex Hughes Seeing and Experiencing: The Revelation of Particulars in Visual Experience Lormand
Ludlow
Illinois Wesleyan University (V), Notre Dame (V)  
Patrick Lewtas Panpsychism: An Exploration and Defense Lormand
Wilson
American University of Beirut (TT) American University of Beirut (TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2007:
American University of Beirut (TT)
Illinois Wesleyan University (V)
National Institutes of Health (P)
Notre Dame (P)
San Francisco State University (TT)
Southern Methodist University (TT)
University of Michigan (P)
Washington University (P)

Since 2007:
American University of Beirut (V)
Cal State Northridge (TT)
Illinois Wesleyan University (V)
Spring Hill College (TT)
Notre Dame (V)

PhD Graduates 2006

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Remy Debes Empathic Justification: The Value of Interpersonal Viewpoints and Affective Unity in the Normative Assessment of Emotion Darwall
Velleman
University of Memphis (TT) University of Memphis (TT)
Hanna Kim Context, Compositionality, and the Myth of Metaphor Ludlow
Stanley
Washington & Jefferson (TT) Washington & Jefferson (TT)
Carole Lee Methodological Rationalism and Psychology Anderson
Joyce
Mount Holyoke (TT) University of Washington (TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2006:
Albion (V)
Cal State Long Beach (TT)
Mount Holyoke (TT)
Southern Connecticut (TT)
University of Memphis (TT)
University of Minnesota–Duluth (TT)
Virginia Commonwealth (TT)
Washington and Jefferson (TT)

Since 2006:
University of Washington (TT)

PhD Graduates 2005

Name Dissertation Title Dissertation Director(s) Initial
Placement(s)
Current Position
Steven Daskal Rebuilding Society from the Ground Up: Contextual Justice, Fellow Citizenship, and U.S. Welfare Policy Darwall
Gibbard
Virginia Tech (TT) Northern Illinois University (TT)
Christie Hartley Justice for All: Constructing an Inclusive Contractualism Anderson Georgia State (TT) Georgia State (TT)

Positions offered to the members of this class in 2005:
Georgia State (TT)
Virginia Tech (TT)

Since 2005:
Northern Illinois University (TT)

PhD Graduates Pre 2005

2003-2004
Robin Bradley Kar, Legal Parallelism (2004)
      2003-2004: *Loyola Law School of Los Angeles (TT)
     March 2010: Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy and the Thomas Mengler Faculty Scholar, University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana

Gerhard Nuffer, Information, Belief, and Possibility (2004)
      2004-2005: Michigan (Visiting)
      2005-2007: Wisconsin, Milwaukee (2-yr visiting)
      2007-2009: Reed College (2-yr visiting)
      2009-2010: Reed College (Visiting)

Stephen Petersen, Belief-Desire Coherence (2003)
      2004-2005: *Kalamazoo (2 year Teaching Post-Doc)
      2005-2006  *Niagara University (TT)
      March 2010: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Niagra University

2002-2003
James Bell, The Relevance of Skepticism (2003)
      2002-2003: *Oberlin (2 year Teaching Post-Doc)

Bruce Lacey, Cognitive Content and Communication (2004)
      2003-2004: *University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (Visiting)
      2004-2005: *University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (Visiting)

Kevin Toh, Essays on Normativity and Describability of Law (2003)
       2003-2004: *Indiana (TT)
      March 2010: Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Texas, Austin
       2010-2011: *San Francisco State University (TT)

2001-2002
Charles Goodman, Ancient Dharmas, Modern Debates: Towards an Analytic Philosophy of Buddhism (2002)
      2001-2002: *Wisconsin, Milwaukee (Visiting 1-3 years)
      2002-2003: *SUNY Binghamton (TT)
      March 2010: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, SUNY Binghamton

Robert Mabrito, Studies in Disagreement and Inconsistency (2002)
      2001-2002: *Tufts (1 year)
      2002-2003: *Arizona State 
      2003-2004: *Arizona State (1 additional year)   
      2004-2005: *North Carolina State University (TT)
      March 2010: Assistant Professor of Philosophy at NCSU

Kathleen McShane, The Nature of Value: An Environmentalist Challenge to Ethical Theory   (2002)
      2001-2002: *Kennedy School  Harvard (Post-doc 1 year)
      2002-2003: *North Carolina State (TT) [begin in 2003]
      2007-2008:  *Colorado State University
      March 2010: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, CSU

Blain Neufeld, Civic Respect and Political Plural Subjects (2002)
      2001-2005: *Stanford (1 - 3 years)
      2004-2005: *Trinity College, Dublin (3 years)
      2007-2008:  *University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
      March 2010: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, UW-M

Greg Sax, Toward Theory of High-Grade Representation: A Taxonomy of Content Types(1999)
      2001-2002: *Michigan (Visiting)
      2002-2003: *Michigan (Visiting)
      2003-2004: *Michigan (Visiting)
      2004-2005: *Michigan (Lecturer)
      March 2010: Lecturer, Michigan

Rivka Weinberg, Procreative Justice: A Contractualist Approach (1999)
      2001-2002: *Brooklyn  (Visiting 1 year)
      2002-2003: *Scripps (TT)
     March 2010: Associate Professor of Philosophy, Scripps

2000-2001
Nishiten Shah, Thinking Through Belief (2001)
      2000-2001: *Amherst (TT)
     March 2010: Associate Professor and Chair, Amherst

Gregory Walski, Descartes's Doctrine of the Creation of Eternal Truths (2001)
      2000-2001: *University of  San Diego (Visiting 3 years)

Andrea Westlund, Selflessness and Responsibility for Self: The Implications of Deference for Autonomy, Shared Agency, and Love (2001)
      2000-2001: *Pittsburgh (TT), Oberlin (TT),
                          University of Alberta (Post-doc)
      2002-2003: *Wisconsin, Milwaukee
      March 2010: Assistant Professor of Philosophy & Women Studies, UW-Milwaukee

1999-2000
Karen Bennett, Keeping Modality in Mind: A Defense of Token Identity (2000)
      1999-2000: *Princeton, *Australian National (Fellowship),
                          Pomona, USC, Florida, Arizona State
                          University of Texas, Austin (all TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor, Cornell

Craig Duncan, Equality for Infidels: The Moral Foundations of
Modern Liberalism
(2000)
      2000-2001: *Michigan (Visiting)
      2001-2002: *Ithaca College (3 year initially)
      March 2010: Assistant Professor, Ithaca College

Nadeem Hussain,Creating Values: Appropriating Nietzsche for a Fictionalist Theory of Value (1999)
      1999-2000: *Stanford, Pittsburgh, Wellesley (all TT)
       March 2010: Associate Professor of Philosophy, Stanford

Samuel Ruhmkorff, The Reliability of Inference to the Best Explanation (2001)
      2000-2001: *Missouri (Visiting)
      2001-2002: *Simon's Rock (TT)
      March 2010: Dean of Academic Affairs, Philosophy at Simon's Rock College

Richard Schoonhoven, Explaining Causation: Toward a Humean Theory of Scientific  Explanation and Causation (2000)
      2000-2001: *West Point Academy,
                          California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo (all TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor of Philosophy, West Point Academy

Peter Vranas, Respect for Persons: An Epistemic and Pragmatic Investigation (2001)
     1999-2000:
     2001-2002: *Iowa State (TT),
                        California Institute of Technology (Fellowship)
     March 2010: Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

James Woodbridge, Truth as a Pretense: A Deflationary Account of Truth-Talk (2001)
      1999-2000:
      2000-2001: *William and Mary (Visiting)
      2001-2002: *William and Mary (Visiting)
      2002-2003: *William and Mary (Visiting)
      2003-2004: *University of Michigan (Visiting)
      2004-2005: *Yale (Visiting), Bilkent University, Turkey (TT)
      2005-2006: *University of Nevada, Las Vegas (TT),
                         Texas Tech (TT)
      March 2010: Assistant Professor, UNLV

1998-1999
Marc Alspector-Kelly, In the Philosophical Vein: Carnap's (and Quine's) Views on Ontology (1999)
      1998-1999: *Toronto (Two year visiting, 2nd year declined)
      1999-2000:  Michigan (visiting)
      2000-2001: *Western Michigan (TT), Western Ontario (TT)
     March 2010: Associate Professor of Philosophy, Western Michigan University

Jeffrey Brand-Ballard, Sharing Fate: Contractualism, Individualism, and Collective Agency (1999)
      1999-2000: *Wisconsin, Eau Claire (TT)
      2001-2002: *George Washington (TT)
     March 2010: Assistant Professor (tenure track) at GWU and Affiliated Faculty at the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration GWU

Jeanine Diller, The Content and Coherence of Theism (2000)
      1999-2000: *Seattle Pacific (Visiting)
      2000-2001: *Hope (Visiting)
      2009-2010: *University of Toledo (TT)

Edward Hinchman, Trust and Reason (2000)
     1999-2000: *Kenyon (2-year Visiting)
     2001-2002: *Claremont McKenna, Southern Methodist, Kansas (all TT)
     2003-2004: *Wisconsin, Milwaukee (TT)
     March 2010: Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Jeffrey Kasser, Peirce, Psychologism, and the Doubt-Belief Theory
of  Inquiry
(1999)
      1997-1998: *Colby
      2007-2008: (Teaching Assistant Professor, North Carolina State);
      2007-2008:  *Visiting Assistant Professor (multi-year), Colorado State
      March 2010: Colorado State University

Krista Lawlor, Cognitive Policies: Reidentifying Objects of Thought (1999)
      1998-1999: *Stanford (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor and Nina C. Crocker Faculty Scholar in Humanities and Sciences, Stanford

Laura Schroeter, Making Sense: The Epistemology of Semantic Externalism (1999)
      1998-1999: *Michigan (Visiting)
      1999-2000: *Australian National (Fellowship, 3-year)
      2003-2004: *Monash University (ARC Research Fellow) (NTT)
      March 2010: Australian Research Fellow, University of Melbourne 

1997-1998
John Devlin, Truth, Modality, and Ontology (1999)
      1997-1998: *Arizona State (TT), Wellesley (TT)
      March 2010: Lecturer, Arizona State University

Mika LaVaque-Manty, No Secret Agents: A Liberal Theory of Political Action (1998)
      1997-1998: *University of Washington (Politics) (TT)
      2000-2001: *Michigan (Political Science) (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor, Political Science and by courtesy, of Philosophy, Michigan 

Stephen Schulz, Studies in Humeanism (1998)
      1997-1998: *Michigan (Visiting)
      1998-2001: *Cycorp (not an academic job, but advertised for a
                            philosopher)

Jitendra Subramanyam, Determinism and Indeterminism in the Quantum Realm (1998)
      March 2010: Director of Product Strategy and Research, CAST Inc., New York City

Michael Weber, Satisficing: The Rationality of Preferring What is Good Enough (1998)
      1997-1998: *Yale (TT), Central Michigan (TT)
     March 2010: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Bowling Green State University

1996-1997
John Doris, People Like Us: Morality, Psychology, and the Fragmentation of Character (1996)
      1996-1997: Annapolis (TT), Michigan (Visiting)
      1997-1998: *University of California Santa Cruz (TT)
      2004-2005: Washington University
     March 2010: Associate Professor, Washington University

Manyul Im, Emotion and Ethical Theory in Mencius (1997)
      1996-1997: *California State, Los Angeles (TT)
      1999-2000: *Oklahoma (TT)
      2003-2004:   California State, Los Angeles (TT)
     March 2010: Associate Professor of Philosophy & Director of Asian Studies Program, Fairfield University, Fairfield CT.

1995-1996
Christopher Roberson, Godwin Revisited: Anarchism for the Real World (1996)
      1995-1996: *Michigan (Visiting)
      1996-1997:
      1997-1998: *Loyola of Chicago (Adjunct)
      1997-1998: *Roosevelt (Adjunct) 

1994-1995
Justin D'Arms, Evolution and the Moral Sentiments (1995)
      1994-1995: *Ohio State (TT), Rutgers (TT), Maryland (TT),
                          California Institute of Technology (Post-Doc)
      March 2010: Professor at Ohio State University

Leon F. Porter, Semantic Paradox and the Metaphysics of Truth (1995)
      1994-1995:

David Sobel, Well-Being and Consequentialism (1997)
      1994-1995: *Bowling Green (Visiting)
      1995-1996: *Bowling Green (TT)
      March 2010: Robert R. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and the Moral Science, University of Nebraska

1993-1994
Stephen Angle, Concepts in Context (1994)
      1993-1994: *Wesleyan (Connecticut) (TT)
      March 2010: Professor and Chair, Philosophy; Professor, East Asian Studies; and Tutor, College of Social Studies At Wesleyan University

Alexander Miller, Sublimation, Realism, and Rule-Following: An Outline
of a Humanized Platonism
(1995)
      1993-1994: *Nottingham (England) (TT)
      1996-1999: *Birmingham (England) (TT)
      1999-2002: *Cardiff (Wales) 
      2003-2005: *Macquarie (Australia) (TT)
      2006:          *Birmingham 
      March 2010: Professor and Head of Department of Philosophy at University of Birmingham

Paul Torek, Something to Look Forward To: Personal Identity Prudence, and Ethics (1995)

1992-1993
Sin Yee Chan, An Ethic of Loving: Ethical Particularism and the Engaged
Perspective in Confucian Role-Ethics
(1993)
      1992-1993: *Vermont (TT) , Grand Valley State (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor at University of Vermont

Daniel Jacobson, Ethical Perspective: On Narrative Art and Moral Perception (1994)
      1992-1993:
      1993-1994: *South Carolina (Visiting), U. Rochester (Visiting)
      1994-1995: *Wesleyan  (Connecticut) (Visiting)
      1995-1996: *College of Charleston (TT)
      1999-2000: *Franklin and Marshall (TT)
      2001-2002: *Bowling Green State (TT)
      March 2010: Professor, University of Michigan

Eileen John, Fiction as Conceptual Thought Experiment (1993)
      1992-1993: *Louisville (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor, University of Warwick

Brian Leiter, Nietzsche and the Critique of Morality: Philosophical Naturalism in Nietzsche's Theory of Value (1995)
      1992-1993: *San Diego Law School (TT)
      1993-1994: *Rutgers, Arizona (TT)
      1994-1995: *Texas, Austin (TT) (Law School and 
                          Department of Philosophy)
      2000-2001:  Pennsylvania Law (TT)
      March 2010: John P. Wilson Professor of Law and Director, Center for Law, Philosophy, and Human Values at the University of Chicago

Sigrun Svavarsdottir, Thinking in Moral Terms (1993)
      1992-1993: *NYU, MIT, UC Davis (All TT offers)
      1999-2000: *Ohio State (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor and Admissions Chair at Ohio State University

Jose Zalabardo, Content and Objectivity (1994)
      1992-1993:
      1993-1994: *Birmingham (England) (TT), Kansas State (TT)
      2000-2001: *University College, London (TT)
      March 2010: Reader and Department Tutor (Undergraduate) at University College, London

1991-1992
Stephan Burton, Aesthetic Sensualism Defended (1992)
      1991-1992: *Indiana (Visiting)
      1992-1993: *Michigan (Visiting)
      1993-1994: *Chicago (Harper Fellowship, three years)
      1998-1999: *Johns Hopkins (Visiting)
      1999-2000: *Department of Clinical Bioethics, 
                          NIH (Intramural Research Fellow)

Jeff Gauthier, Hegel's Ethical Thought and Feminist Social Criticism (1992)
      1991-1992: *Portland (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor at the University of Portland

Joel Richeimer, Perceptual Expertise and the Autonomy of Perception (1992)
      1991-1992: *Kenyon (TT), Wittenberg (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor of Philosophy at Kenyon College

1990-1991
David Anderson, Reconstructing the Justice Dispute in America (1990)
      1990-1991: *College of Charleston (Visiting)
      1991-1992: *Cincinnati (Visiting)
      1994-1995: *Geo. Wash. U, Grad. Sch. Political Mngmnt (NTT)
      March 2010: Associate Research Professor; Vice President, Government Relations at The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars at the George Washington University: The Graduate School of Political Management

Heidi Feldman, Legal Judgments, Thick Concepts, and Objectivity (1993)
      1990-1991: *Michigan Law School (TT)
      1996-1997: *Georgetown Law School (TT)
      March 2010: Professor of Law at Georgetown University

Eric Gampel, Naturalizing the Normative (1991)
      1990-1991: *California State Chico (TT)
      March 2010: Professor of Philosophy, CSU Chico

James Joyce, The Axiomatic Foundations of Bayesian Decision Theory (1991)
      1990-1991: *Michigan (TT) , Ohio State (TT),
                         Virginia Commonwealth University (TT),
                         California Institute of Technology (TT)
      June 2010: Professor of Philosophy and Statistics, Michigan

Don Loeb, Generality in Moral Reflection (1990)
      1990-1991: *Vermont (TT), Brown (TT),
                          Georgetown Business School (TT)
      March 2010: Associate Professor and Director, John Dewey Honors Program for University of Vermont College of Arts and Sciences

Lee McIntyreProblems in the Philosophy of Social Science (1991)
      1990-1991: *Boston University (Fellowship, 2-years)
      1992-1993: *Colgate (TT)
      March 2010: Research Fellow, Center for Philosophy and History of Science, Boston University

Julia Tanney, Interpretation, Irrationality, and Psychological Norms (1991)
      1990-1991: *Sheffield (England) (TT), Bowling Green (TT)
      1994-1995: *Kent (England)
      March 2010: Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Philosophy Year Abroad Coordinator, University of Kent

Darryl Wright, Refuting Idealism (1991)
      1990-1991: *Harvey Mudd (TT)
      March 2010: Professor of Philosophy Humanities and Department Chair for the Humanities, Social Sciences and the Arts at Harvey Mudd College