It is with great sadness that the Department has learned of the passing on October 7 of our friend and colleague Dr. David Murray.
Congratulations to our PhD student Amber Spence, who has a publication in Gnosis, entitled "The Precarity of Happiness in Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics'.
You can find Amber's article here: https://gnosisjournalofphilosophy.wordpress.com/current_issue/
Congratulations to our doctoral student Josh Grant-Young!
Josh has a paper coming out in an upcoming collection, Philosophy, Film and the Dark Side of Independence (Lexington Books, November 2020), entitled “Dissecting the Corrupted Body Politic: Fear, ‘Body Horror’ and the Failure of Relations”.
Congratulations to Gus Skorburg, who has just been appointed Co-Academic Director of CARE-AI: https://www.uoguelph.ca/ceps/news/2020/09/philosophy-prof-joins-care-ai-leadership
We are pleased to announce that Amanda Boetzkes, Art History Professor, School of Fine Art and Music, has been awarded the 2020 UGFA Distinguished Professor Award for Excellence in Teaching in the College of Arts. Congratulations Amanda and thanks for all the hard work you do in both the undergradate and graduate program.
The School of Fine Art and Music is pleased to announce the 2020-21 Art History Speaker Series, Terra Insum: On the Ground of Art, Knowledge and Politics.
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