RoME 2019, August 8-11

Aug. 2, 2019

The 12th annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME) will take place on the CU Boulder campus August 8-11. See the schedule here .

Alison Jaggar's Work Featured in Feminist Philosophy Quarterly

July 26, 2019

The Feminist Philosophy Quarterly has published a special issue reflecting on the work of Alison Jaggar. Many of the contributors are students of Professor Jaggar’s, and PhD graduates of CU Boulder. The editors are Barrett Emerick (St. Mary’s, Maryland) and Scott Wisor (Minerva Schools at KGI), and the contributors include...

Committee on the History and Philosphy of Science Hosts IAPT Conference, June 24-26

June 24, 2019

CU Boulder’s Committee on the History and Philosophy of Science is pleased to host the annual conference of the International Association for the Philosophy of Time this year. The chair of CHPS, and the organizer of the conference, is Prof. Heather Demarest, Assistant Professor of Philosophy specializing in philosophy of...

Department Commencement, Spring 2019

May 24, 2019

On Friday May 10, 2019, the Department of Philosophy was pleased to celebrate Commencement with its graduating students, friends, and families. We honor the following 59 philosophy majors who graduated in Spring 2019 with a BA in Philosophy for their passion for philosophy, their undergraduate accomplishments, and their hard work:...

Philosophy Major Alex Rosenthal Stars in "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"

May 9, 2019

Philosophy major Alex Rosenthal is currently starring in the Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company's production of " The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time " at the Dairy Arts Center, which runs through May 19th. We asked him to speak a little about the play, and about his philosophical...

Department PhD Students at "Longmont Thinks! Month"

May 8, 2019

Ájené Robinson-Burris. Photo: Matthias Steup Ájené Robinson-Burris and Erich Riesen are philosophy PhD students in our department who gave talks at a month-long celebration of philosophy called “Longmont Thinks! Month” in April 2019. Erich and Ájené answered a few questions about this event: 1) What kind of event is this?...

Department GPTIs Win Teaching Excellence Awards

April 8, 2019

PhD students Zak Kopeikin and Lisa Thomas-Smith have both won 2018-19 Graduate Student Teaching Excellence awards in recognition of their work as GPTIs.

Rob Rupert to be Visiting Fellow at the Rotman Institute, Western University

March 25, 2019

Professor Rob Rupert will spend two weeks in late April and early May, 2019, as a Visiting Fellow at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy ( ) at Western University (formerly the University of Western Ontario). During this time, he’ll give presentations, meet with faculty and students, and generally contribute...

Mark Boespflug WIns Fellowship

March 21, 2019

PhD student Mark Boespflug has won a Graduate School Summer Fellowship, to be taken in summer 2019.

21st Annual Rocky Mountain Philosophy Conference, March 8-9

March 6, 2019

The graduate students of the Department of Philosophy are hosting the 21st Annual Rocky Mountain Philosophy Conference this weekend, Friday March 8 - Saturday March 9, 2019. Click here for the conference website .