Recent Posts

"Bios: Feminist Philosophies of Life" conference in Banff

philoSOPHIA: A Feminist Society will hold its next meeting on May 2-5, 2013 in Banff

Tenure awarded to Katalin Bimbó and Marie-Eve Morin

Katalin Bimbó and Marie-Eve Morin will be tenured and promoted to the rank of Associate Professor as of July 2013

Extended call for papers deadline: 'Disagreement,' University of Alberta Philosophy Graduate Conference

Conference to be held May 10-12, 2013. The keynote speakers will be Adam Morton and Thomas Christiano. Deadline for submissions: extended to January 30, 2013

Department Facebook page launched

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Bernie Linksy receives Bertrand Russell Society award

The Bertrand Russell Society gave its annual book award for Bernard Linsky's

Book on combinatory logic by Katalin Bimbó

The book "Combinatory Logic: Pure, Applied and Typed" by Assistant Professor Katalin Bimbó is available in hardback as well as an eBook.

Special issue edited by Ingo Brigandt

A special issue of the has appeared, titled "Perspectives on Evolutionary Novelty and Evo-Devo."

In Memoriam Isaak Kornelsen

The Department of Philosophy mourns the passing of one of its students.

Book on Jean-Luc Nancy by Marie-Eve Morin

Assistant Professor Marie-Eve Morin has published a book on Jean-Luc Nancy with Polity Press.

Hume & Penelhum: A Celebration

The program of the conference 'Hume & Penelhum: A Celebration,' to be held July 18-22 in Calgary, has been announced.

Department newsletter

A new issue of the department newsletter has been released.

Katalin Bimbó receives research award

Assistant Professor Katalin Bimbó has received a Faculty of Arts Research Award.

Canadian Colloquium for Ancient Philosophy

The First Canadian Colloquium for Ancient Philosophy will take place May 3-5, 2012 at the University of Alberta.

Teaching award to Mike Lockhart

PhD student Mike Lockhart has received a Faculty of Arts Graduate Student Teaching Award.

Online publication by Catherine Clune-Taylor

PhD student Catherine Clune-Taylor has published a contribution on the blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.