Jenann Ismael awarded National Humanities Center Grant

Scholarly Conversation Grant to spark debate on Collective Rational Decision Making

 
Professor Jenann Ismael has been awarded a Scholarly Conversation Grant from the National Humanities Center to stage a national conversation among scholars on the topic of Collective Rational Decision Making, especially in context of addressing important and pressing national and global issues.  The conversation will occur at the National Humanities Center on dates in the upcoming academic year soon to be determined.  Participants will include:

  • Tom Christiano (Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona; Visiting Fellow, Princeton Center for Human Values)
  • Mark Colyvan (Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Sydney Center for the Foundations of Science, University of Sydney)
  • Jerry Gaus (James E. Rogers Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona)
  • Jenann Ismael (Associate Professor, University of Arizona; QEII Fellow, Centre for Time, University of Sydney)
  • Keith Lehrer (Regents Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona)
  • Philip Petit (Laurence S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University)
  • Don Ross (Professor of Economics and Professor of Philosophy, University of Alabama, Birmingham; and Professor of Economics, University of Cape Town, South Africa)
  • Norman Schofeld (Dr. William Taussig Professor of Political Economy, Washington University, St. Louis)
  • Carl Wagner (Professor of Mathematics, University of Tennessee)

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06/28/2011 - 14:36

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