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Book Launch for Karen Houle and Lindsay Lerman

Congratulations to Karen Houle on the publication of her new book of poetry, The Grand River Watershed, and to one of the alumni of our PhD program, Lindsay Lerman, on the publicaion of her novel, I'm from Nowhere.

A book launch for both will be held at Fixed Gear Brewery (20 Alma St., Guelph) on October 9th.

Please see the details here

Karyn Freedman book launch

Karyn Freedman is one of the contributing authors to a new volume entitled "Whatever Gets you Through: Twelve Survivors on Life After Sexual Assault". There will be a book launch in Toronto on April 10th. See the link below for more information.

Peter Loptson has a new book coming out this year

Peter Loptson's new book, The Good, the Right, the Just, and the Valuable: Reflections in Practical Philosophy and the Philosophy of Religion has been accepted for publication by Cambridge Scholars Press in the UK. It is expected to be published by the end of this year. Congratulations Peter!

The Philosophy Department is seeking a TT professor in AI Ethics

Position Title / Rank: Assistant Professor, AI Ethics

College: College of Arts

Department: Philosophy

Date Posted: February 14, 2019

Deadline: March 8, 2019 or until a suitable candidate is found

Please reference AD #19-14

Position Description:

Call For Applications

the Philosophy Field Course is back

The Philosophy Field Course is a unique experiential learning opportunity for undergraduates. We will be visiting Tofino, BC from May 20-30, in 2019. During their visit, students will engage with various environmental stakeholders including Fish Farm managers, environmentalists, logging operators, and First Nations representatives. We will investigate environmental issues from each of these perspectives and explore opportunities for cooperation. More info is available on the course website.

Andrew Bailey Anthology

Andrew Bailey edits new anthology

Andrew Bailey has edited a new anthology, The Broadview Introduction to Philosophy. Coming soon.

From the blurb: