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Kors gaard J ul y 2008 ♦Addresses Department of Philosophy 209A Emerson Hall Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 Personal Office: 205 Emerson Hall, 617-495-3916 E-mail address: Christine_Korsgaard@Harvard.edu Home Page: http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~korsgaar/ Department Office: 617-495-2191 Department Fax: 617- 495-2192 Department Home Page: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~phildept ♦Educa tion a nd Degrees Harvard University, 1974-1979. Ph. D. in Philosophy, November 1981 The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, B. A. summa cum laude, in Philosophy, 1974 Eastern Illinois University, major in Philosophy and English, 1971-1972 Honorary Degree: The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Doctor of Humane Letters (L.H.D.), May 2004 ♦Academic Employmen t Harvard University (1991-) Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Philosophy (1999-) Professor of Philosophy (1991-) Chair of the Department of Philosophy (1996-2002) The University of Chicago (1983-1991) Professor of Philosophy and General Studies in the Humanities (1990-1991) Associate Professor of Philosophy and General Studies in the Humanities (1986-1990) Assistant Professor of Philosophy (1983-1986) The University of California at Berkeley, Visiting Associate Professor (Fall 1989) The University of California at Los Angeles, Visiting Associate Professor (Winter/Spring 1990) The University of California at Santa Barbara, Assistant Professor (1980-1983) Yale University, Instructor (1979-1980) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Instructor (Spring 1978) 58A Hammond Street Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 617-868-6101
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 2 ♦Books
Se l f-Con st i t ut i on : A g ency, Ident i t y, and Inte grit y An expanded version of my 2002 Locke Lectures. Forthcoming from Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009. The Source s o f N ormat i vi t y An expanded version of my 1992 Tanner Lectures on Human Values, published with commentary by G. A. Cohen, Raymond Geuss, Thomas Nagel, and Bernard Williams, and a reply by me. Edited by Onora O’Neill. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. ➻Korean translation forthcoming from Cheolhak & Hyunsilsa. ➻Electronic edition forthcoming. ➻Chinese simplified language translation forthcoming from Shanghai Translation Publishing House. ➻Translated into Japanese by Toshiro Terada et. al. Iwanami Shoten Publishers, 2005. ➻Translated into Spanish as Las Fuentes de la Normatividad by Laura Lecuona and Laura E. Manríuez with assistance from Faviola Rivera. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónomia de México, 2000. ➻Part of lecture three translated into Norwegian as "Refleksjonens autoritet." by Unipub A.S, a subsidiary of Akademika A.S., as part of the curriculum for Examen Philosophicum, The University of Oslo’s introductory philosophy course. ➻Excerpts from lecture three reprinted in Metaethics: Critical Concepts in Philosophy. Forthcoming from Routledge, 2008. ➻Excerpts from lecture three reprinted in The Foundations of Ethics: An Anthology. Edited by Russ ShaferLaundau and Terence Cuneo. Blackwell, 2006. ➻A shorter version of the lectures is available in The Tanner Lectures on Human Values, Volume 15, edited by Sterling M. McMurrin. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1994: pp. 19-112. ➻Lecture 3 of the shorter version is reprinted in Moral Discourse and Practice: Some Philosophical Approaches, edited by Stephen Darwall, Allan Gibbard, and Peter Railton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995: pp. 389-406. ➻Selections from Lecture 3 of the shorter version are reprinted in Ethics: Selections from Classical and Contemporary Writers, edited by Oliver Johnson and Andrews Reath. Wadsworth Publishing, 2003.
♦ Collec tions
The Const i tu t i on o f A genc y: E s s ay s on Prac t i c al R eas on and Moral P s ycho l o g y A collection of the ten papers, most of them previously published, listed below. I have listed the papers in the order in which they are to appear as chapters in the volume, with original and other publication information. Forthcoming from Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Chapter 1. “The Normativity of Instrumental Reason” Ethics and Practical Reason, edited by Garrett Cullity and Berys Gaut. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997: pp. 213-254. Chapter 2. “The Myth of Egoism” Published by the University of Kansas as the Lindley Lecture for 1999. ➻Translated as “Der Mythos des Egoismus” by Rainer Forst for Deutsche Zeitschrift Für Philosophie. Berlin, Akademie Verlag. Jahrgang 52, Heft 2, 2004.
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 3 ➻Reprinted in Practical Conflicts, ed. Monika Betzler and Peter Baumann. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Chapter 3. “Self-Constitution in the Ethics of Plato and Kant” The Journal of Ethics, 3: 1-29, 1999: pp. 1-29. ➻Translated into German by Otto Neumaier as “Die Verfassung des Ich in der Ethik von Platon und Kant” for the journal Conceptus. Jahrgang XXXI, number 78, 1998. ➻Reprinted in Setting the Moral Compass: Essays by Women Philosophers. Edited by Cheshire Calhoun. Oxford University Press, 2004. Chapter 4. “Aristotle’s Function Argument” not previously published Chapter 5. “Aristotle on Function and Virtue” History of Philosophy Quarterly, Volume 3, Number 3 (July 1986): pp. 259-279. Chapter 6. “From Duty and for the Sake of the Noble: Kant and Aristotle on Morally Good Action” Aristotle, Kant, and the Stoics: Rethinking Happiness and Duty, edited by Stephen Engstrom and Jennifer Whiting. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996: pp. 203-236. Chapter 7. “Acting for a Reason” Forthcoming in Studies in Practical Reason, edited by V. Bradley Lewis (to be assembled froma lecture series at the Catholic University of America in 2003-2004, as part of their series Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy.), 2005. ➻Translated into Spanish as “Actuar por una razón.” Anuario Filosofico 37/3, 2004. ➻Also appearing in the Danish Yearbook of Philosophy, Volume 40 (2005), 11-36. Edited by Finn Colin. Museum Tusculanum Press, 2005. Chapter 8. “Taking the Law into Our Own Hands: Kant on the Right to Revolution” Reclaiming the History of Ethics: Essays for John Rawls, edited by Andrews Reath, Barbara Herman, and Christine M. Korsgaard. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997: pp. 297-328. ➻Translated into Portuguese by Paula Nasser Cury for Kant e o Direito, edited by Alexandre Travessoni Gomes, forthcoming from Editora Mandamentos. ➻Reprinted in Law and Morality, 2nd ed. Edited by David Dyzenhaus and Arthur Ripstein, University of Toronto Press, 2001. Chapter 9. “The General Point of View: Love and Moral Approval in Hume’s Ethics” Hume Studies, Volume XXV, Nos. 1 &2, April/November 1999, pp. 1-39. ➻Reprinted in Hume: Moral and Political Philosophy, edited by Rachel Cohon. Ashgate Publishing, 2001. Chapter 10. “Realism and Constructivism in Twentieth Century Moral Philosophy” in Philosophy in America at the Turn of the Century. APA Centennial Supplement to The Journal of Philosophical Research. Charlottesville, Virginia: The Philosophy Documentation Center, 2003.
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Creat in g the Kin gd o m o f End s A collection of the thirteen previously published papers listed below. I have listed the papers in the order in which they appear as chapters in the volume, with original and other publication information. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. ➻Korean translation by Yang Hyun Kim and Hyun Jeong Kang. Cheolhak & Hyunsilsa, Publishers, 2007.
Chapter 1. “An Introduction to the Ethical, Political, and Religious Thought of Kant” (pp. 3-42) Originally published as “Kant” in Ethics in the History of Western Philosophy, edited by Robert Cavalier, James Gouinlock, and James Sterba. New York, St. Martin’s Press, 1989: pp. 201-243. Chapter 2. “Kant’s Analysis of Obligation: The Argument of Groundwork I” (pp. 43-76) Originally published as “Kant’s Analysis of Obligation: The Argument of Foundations I” in The Monist, Volume 72, Number 3 (July 1989): 311-340. ➻Spanish Translation forthcoming in Conceptos Morales Fundamentales, edited by Mark Platts. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México Instituto de Investigaciones Fílosóficas. ➻Reprinted in Immanuel Kant: Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals in Focus, edited by Lawrence Pasternack. Routledge, 2002. ➻Reprinted in Critical Essays on Kant’s Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals, edited by Paul Guyer. Rowman & Littlefield, 1998. Chapter 3. “Kant’s Formula of Universal Law” (pp. 77-105) Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Volume 66, Numbers 1&2 (January/April 1985): 24-47. ➻Reprinted in Kant, Volume II, of The History of Philosophy, edited by Heiner F. Klemme and Manfred Kuehn. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 1998. ➻Reprinted in Volume I of Liberalism, edited by Richard Arneson. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1992. Chapter 4. “Kant’s Formula of Humanity” (pp. 106-132) Kant-Studien, Band 77, Heft 2 (April 1986): 183-202. ➻Reprinted in Kant: Critical Assessments, edited by Ruth Chadwick. Routledge, 1992. Chapter 5. “The Right to Lie: Kant on Dealing with Evil” (pp. 133-158) Philosophy and Public Affairs, Volume 15, Number 4 (Fall 1986): 325-349. ➻Translated into Swedish as “Rätten att ljuga: Kant om att handskas med det onda” by Johan Brännmark for Vad är moraliskt rätt? Texter i normativ etik, edited by Henrik Ahlenius. Thales Publishing, 2003. ➻Reprinted in Deontology, edited by Stephen Darwall. Blackwell, 2002. ➻Reprinted in Ethical Theory II: Theories about How We Should Live (Oxford Readings in Philosophy series), edited by James Rachels. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997. ➻Reprinted in Moral Philosophy, edited by George Sher. Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1995. ➻Reprinted in Volume I of Liberalism, edited by Richard Arneson. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1992. Chapter 6. “Morality as Freedom” (pp. 159-187) Kant’s Practical Philosophy Reconsidered, edited by Yirmiyahu Yovel. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989: pp. 23-48.
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 5 Chapter 7. “Creating the Kingdom of Ends: Reciprocity and Responsibility in Personal Relations” (pp. 188-221) Philosophical Perspectives 6: Ethics, edited by James Tomberlin. Atascadero, California: The Ridgeview Publishing Company, 1992: pp. 305-332. ➻Translated as “Die Konstruktion des Reichs der Zwecke: Gegenseitigkeit und Verantwortung in persönlichen Beziehungen” by Jan-Hendrik Heinrichs und Mathias Thierbach for Kants Ethik: Beiträge aus der kontinentaleuropäischen und angloamerikanischen Philosophie, ed. Karl Ameriks and Dieter Sturma (Paderborn: Mentis, 2004) ➻Reprinted in The Philosopher’s Annual, Volume XV, 1992. Edited by Patrick Grim, Gary Mar, and Peter Williams. Atascadero, California: Ridgeview Publishing Company, 1994: pp. 129-158 ➻“Holding People Responsible” in Akten des Siebenten Internationalen Kant-Kongresses (edited by Gerhard Funke. Bonn: Bouvier, 1991, pp. 535-550) is a short version of this paper. Chapter 8. “Aristotle and Kant on the Source of Value” (pp. 225-248) Ethics, Volume 96, Number 3 (April 1986): 486-505. ➻Reprinted in the Literature Resource Center, on GaleNet, by Gale Research. Chapter 9. “Two Distinctions in Goodness” (pp. 249-274) The Philosophical Review, Volume 92, Number 2 (April 1983): 169-195. ➻Reprinted in Recent Work on Intrinsic Value, edited by Toni Ronnow-Rasmussen and Michael Zimmerman. Springer/Kluwer, 2005. ➻Reprinted in Great Political Thinkers, Section I, edited by J. M. Dunn and Ian Harris. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1997. ➻Reprinted in Morality and the Good Life, edited by Paul Moser and Thomas Carson. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Chapter 10. “The Reasons We Can Share: An Attack on the Distinction between Agent-Relative and Agent-Neutral Values” (pp. 275-310) Social Philosophy & Policy, Volume 10, Number 1 (January 1993): 24-51, and Altruism, edited by Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, and Jeffrey Paul. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993: pp. 24-51. ➻Reprinted in Public Reason, edited by Fred D’Agostino and Gerald F. Gaus for The International Research Library of Philosophy, Ashgate Publishing Limited, 1998. Chapter 11. “Skepticism about Practical Reason” (pp. 311-334) The Journal of Philosophy, Volume 83, Number 1 (January 1986): 5-25. ➻Translated into French for as “Le Scepticisme Concernant La Raison Practique” by Julie Martin-Cabétich for Philosophie de l’action, ed. Bruno Gnassounou. Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 2007. ➻Reprinted in Ethics: History Theory and Contemporary Issues, 3rd edition, edited by Steven Cahn and Peter Markie. Forthcoming from Oxford University Press. ➻Reprinted in Metaethics: Critical Concepts in Philosophy, ed. Russ Shafer-Landau, forthcoming from Routledge. ➻Translated into German as “Skeptizismus bezüglich praktischer Vernunft” for Motive, Gründe, Zwecke, edited by Stefan Gosepath. Frankfurt:Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, 1999. ➻Reprinted in The Foundations of Ethics: An Anthology. Ed. Russ Shafer-Landau and Terence Cuneo. Blackwell Publishers, 2006. ➻Reprinted in Varieties of Practical Reasoning, edited by Elijah Millgram. MIT Press, 2001 ➻Reprinted in The International Research Library of Philosophy, The Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1995.
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 6 ➻Reprinted in Moral Discourse and Practice: Some Philosophical Approaches, edited by Stephen Darwall, Allan Gibbard, and Peter Railton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995: pp. 373-387 Chapter 12. “Two Arguments Against Lying” (pp. 335-362) Argumentation, Volume 2, Number 1 (February 1988): 27-49. Chapter 13. “Personal Identity and the Unity of Agency: A Kantian Response to Parfit” (pp. 363-397) Philosophy and Public Affairs, Volume 18, Number 2 (Spring, 1989): 101-132. ➻Partially reprinted in Philosophy for the Twenty-first Century, Second Edition, ed. Stephen Cahn, Tamar Gendler, and Susanna Siegel. Forthcoming from Oxford University Press. ➻Reprinted in: Personal Identity, edited by Raymond Martin and John Barresi. Blackwell, 2002. ➻Abridged version translated into German for the volume Personale Identität, edited by Michael Quante in the series Probleme der Philosophie. Texte aus der neueren Diskussion, edited by Michael Quante, Marcus Willaschek, and Dr. Jäger; Paderborn, München, Wien, Zürich: 1999. ➻Partially reprinted in Self and Identity: Contemporary Philosophical Issues, edited by Daniel Kolak and Raymond Martin. New York: Macmillan, 1991: pp. 323-338 ♦U nc ollec ted Essays “Fellow Creatures: Kantian Ethics and Our Duties to Animals” in The Tanner Lectures on Human Values, ed. Grethe B. Peterson. Volume 25/26 (2004). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press; and on the Tanner Lecture website at http://www.tannerlectures.utah.edu/lectures/documents/volume25/korsgaard_2005.pdf “Just Like All the Other Animals of the Earth: Moral and Religious Attitudes towards Animals and Our Animal Nature in the Philosophies of Hume and Kant” Forthcomng in the Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Summer 2008. ♦O ther P u blications “Facing the Animal You See in the Mirror” A contribution to panel called “Facing Animals,” forthcoming in The Harvard Review of Philosophy. ➻Italian Translation forthcoming by Paolo Costo in an issue of “Fenomenologia e società” “Autonomy and the Second Person Within” Written for an Author-Meets-Critics Session on Stephen Darwall’s The Second-Person Standpoint. Ethics vol. 118, No. 1: pp. 8-23, October, 2007. “What’s Wrong with Lying?” (an undergraduate-level essay) In Philosophical Inquiry: Classic and Contemporary Readings , edited by Catherine Elgin and Jonathan Adler. Hackett Publishing Company, 2007. Contributions to an Interview on Kant. 100 Et'udov o Kante. In: Istoriko-Filosofsky Almanach, Vipusk 1. Moskva: Sovremennie Tetradi, 2005, SS. 3-116.
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 7 “Morality and the Distinctiveness of Human Action” (A commentary on Frans De Waal’s Tanner Lectures) in Primates and Philosophers: How Morality Evolved, by Frans De Waal with commentary by Robert Wright, Christine M. Korsgaard, Philip Kitcher, and Peter Singer. Edited by Stephen Macedo and Josiah Ober. Princeton University Press, 2006. “Morality and the Logic of Caring: A Commentary on Harry Frankfurt,” (A commentary on Harry Frankfurt’s Tanner Lectures) in Taking Ourselves Seriously & Getting it Right, by Harry G. Frankfurt, with commentary by Christine M. Korsgaard, Michael Bratman, and Meir Dan-Cohen, edited by Debra Satz. Stanford University Press, 2006. “John Rawls” The Harvard Review of Philosophy, Volume XI, Spring 2003. “Ethics at the Intersection of Kant and Aristotle: an Interview with Christine M. Korsgaard by Ana Marta González”. Interviewed by Ana Marta González for Anuario Filosofico, XXXVI/3 (2003) pp. 775-794. “The Dependence of Value on Humanity” (A commentary on Joseph Raz’s Tanner Lectures) in The Practice of Value, by Joseph Raz with commentary by Christine M. Korsgaard, Robert Pippin, and Bernard Williams, edited by Jay Wallace. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2003. “Motivation, Metaphysics, and the Value of the Self: A Reply to Ginsborg, Schneewind, and Guyer” for a Symposium on Creating the Kingdom of Ends. Ethics 109 (October 1998): pp. 49-66.
Introduction to Kant’s Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals. For the edition translated and edited by Mary Gregor in the series Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998, pp. vii-xxx.
“Internalism and the Sources of Normativity” A transcribed oral interview with Herlinde Pauer-Studer. Translated into German, in Herlinde Pauer-Studer, Konstruktionen praktischer Vernunft. Moralphilosophie im Gespräch. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 2000, pp. 35-66. Published in English in Constructions of Practical Reason, ed. Herlinde Pauer-Studer. Stanford University Press, 2002. “Rawls and Kant: On the Primacy of the Practical” Proceedings of the Eighth International Kant Congress, Memphis 1995 , edited by Hoke Robinson. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1995: pp. 1165-1173. “A Note on the Value of Gender-Identification” Women, Culture, and Development: A Study of Human Capabilities, edited by Martha Nussbaum and Jonathan Glover. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995: pp. 401-404. “Commentary on Amartya Sen’s ‘Capability and Well-Being’ and Gerald Cohen’s ‘Equality of What? On Welfare, Goods, and Capabilities” The Quality of Life, edited by Martha Nussbaum and Amartya Sen. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993: pp. 54-61.
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The Standpoint of Practical Reason (Dissertation, 1981) Published in Garland’s Distinguished Harvard Dissertations series, 1990.
♦Enc y clopedia Ar ticles Theories of the Good Teleological Ethics The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by Edward Craig. London: Routledge, Conscience (pp. 110-111) Formalism (pp. 220-221) Philosophy of Education: An Encyclopedia, edited by J. J. Chambliss. New York: Garland
Immanuel Kant (pp. 664-674) Richard Price (pp. 1010-1012) John Rawls (pp. 1070-1075); 2nd edition article co-authored with Samuel Freeman. The Garland Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by Lawrence C. Becker. New York: Garland Publishing, 1992. Second Edition published by Routledge. ♦Co-Editor
Reclaiming the History of Ethics: Essays for John Rawls, edited by Andrews Reath, Barbara Herman, and Christine M. Korsgaard. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
♦W ork in P r ogress “Natural Motives and the Motive of Duty: Hume and Kant on our Duties to Others” Moral Animals (a three-lecture series on the connection between morality and animal and human nature) ♦Selected Pr ofessional Service APA Eastern Division President, 2008-2009 APA Eastern Division Vice-President, 2007-2008 APA Easttern Division Executive Committee 2005-2008 APA Eastern Division Advisory Committee to the Program Committee, 2003-2006 Board of Electors for White’s Professorship of Moral Philosophy, Oxford, 1999 APA Eastern Division, Nominating Committee, 1995-1997 Assistant Editor, The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Moral Philosophy and Applied Ethics Editorial Board, The Garland Encyclopedia of Ethics Faculty Associate, Program in Ethics and the Professions, Harvard, 1993Council for Philosophical Studies, July 1991 - July 1994 ♦Pro fe s s i on al Mem bershi ps The American Philosophical Association The American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 9 The North American Kant Society The Hume Society The American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy ♦Cou r ses Taugh t Plato Aristotle Medievals & Rationalists Classical Greek Ethical Theory: Plato and Aristotle Seminar on Aristotle’s Ethics The British Moralists The History of Modern Moral Philosophy The Ethical Thought of Kant The Political and Religious Thought of Kant The Ethical Thought of Hume Hume and Kant on Ethics and Religion Sidgwick’s Methods of Ethics Rawls’s Theory of Justice Recent/Contemporary Ethical Theory Practical Reason Moral Psychology Personal Identity Philosophy of Action Political Philosophy Introduction to Ethics Fundamental Questions of Ethics (Common Core Course, Harvard) Philosophical Perspectives on the Humanities (Common Core Course, Chicago)
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♦Gradua te Super vision I. Students who have finished Principal Advisor Japa Pallikkathayil, 2008 (on track at NYU) Kyla Ebels Duggan, 2006 (on track at Northwestern) Sara Olack, 2006 (studying at University of Chicago Medical School) Louis-Philippe Hodgson, 2006 (on track at Glendon College of York University) Sharon Street, Harvard University, 2003 (on track at NYU) Mary Clayton Coleman, Harvard University, 2000 (Bard College) Mihaela Fistioc, University of Chicago, 2000 (Yale University) David Sussman, University of Chicago, 1999 (on track at University of Illinois Urbana) Faviola Rivera Castro, Harvard University, 1999 (tenured at Autonomous University of Mexico) Tamar Schapiro, Harvard University, 1997 (on track at Stanford) William Haines, Harvard University, 1996
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 10 Mark Shelton, Harvard University, 1996 (Central Michigan University) Rex Sears, Harvard University, 1996 (Workman & Nydegger, Attorneys at Law) Susan Martinelli-Fernandez, University of Chicago, 1993 (tenured at Western Illinois University) Scott Kim, University of Chicago, 1993 (University of Michigan Medical School) Jacqueline Taylor, University of Chicago, 1993 (tenured at University of San Francisco) Sherryl Kuhlman, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1991 (Big Brothers and Sisters, Southeastern Pennsylvania) Michael Jones, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1987 (Associate Dean of the College, University of Chicago) Susan Purviance, University of California at Santa Barbara, 1987 (tenured at University of Toledo) Co-Director John van Ingen, University of Chicago, 1989 (tenured at University of St. Thomas) Mark Pestana, University of Chicago, 1986 (tenured at Grand Valley State University) Nth Reader Patrick Shin, Harvard University, 2007 (on track at Suffolk Law) Hunsang Chun, Harvard University, 2004 Brent Kalar, Harvard University, 2003 (on track at University of New Mexico) Aaron James, Harvard University, 2000 (tenured at California at Irvine.) Sophia Reibetanz Moreau, Harvard University, 2000 (on track in Philosophy and Law at Toronto) Pamela Hieronymi, Harvard University, 2000 (tenured at UCLA) Angela Smith, Harvard University, 1999 (tenured at University of Washington) Agnieszka Jaworska, Harvard University, 1997 (tenured at California at Riverside) Talbott Brewer, Harvard University, 1997 (tenured at University of Virginia) Anthony Laden, Harvard University, 1996 (tenured at the University of Illinois at Chicago) Kurt Mosser, University of Chicago, 1990 (tenured at the University of Dayton) Grant Cornwell, University of Chicago, 1989 (tenured at St. Lawrence University) Stephen Engstrom, University of Chicago, 1986 (tenured at University of Pittsburgh) Sally Sedgwick, University of Chicago, 1985 (tenured at the University of Illinois at Chicago) Mark Strasser, University of Chicago, 1984 (tenured at Capital University Law School) Charlotte Brown, Yale University, 1983 (tenured at Illinois Wesleyan University) II. Students currently working on Ph.D.s with me either as principal advisor or Nth reader (who have passed their topical exam): Douglas Edwards Chris Furlong John Hughes Paul Katsafanas Michael Kessler Eylem Özaltun Simon Rippon Paul Schofield Drew Schroeder
Christine M. Korsgaard, p. 11 ♦H on ors and Awards
Mellon Distinguished Achievement Award, 2004 (to be held 2006-2009) Doctor of Humane Letters, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2004 Conference devoted to my work: Spanish Interuniversity Workshop on Mind, Art, and Morality at the University Carlos III of Madrid, Mar Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, elected 2001 Walter Channing Cabot Fellow at Harvard, 1999-2000 Rockefeller Visiting Fellowship for The University Center for Human Values at Princeton, 1995-1996 Chicago Humanities Institute Scholarship (Research Grant; Chicago, 1991; not accepted) Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award (Award for Graduate Teaching; Chicago, 1989) Junior Faculty Fellowship (Research Grant; Chicago, 1985) Faculty Career Development Award (Research Grant; UCSB, 1982) Regents Junior Faculty Fellowship (Research Grant; UCSB, 1982) Emily and Charles Carrier Prize (Dissertation Prize; Harvard, 1981) Whiting Fellowship in the Humanities (Harvard, 1978-1979) Phi Beta Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Lois Shepard Green Scholarship in Philosophy (University of Illinois) Donald W. Doerscher Memorial Award in Philosophy (University of Illinois)
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