Boston University Ethics Reading Group

The Boston University Ethics Reading Group meets in the Department of Philosophy on a regular basis.
The reading group is organized by Daniel Star, and hosts visiting philosophers.



Meetings are from 4pm to 5.30pm. Readings are circulated through an email list.
Please send requests to be added to this list to [dstar at bu.edu].


Please note: The Ethics Reading Group
will not meet in the 2013-14 academic year. 
We plan to be back in 2014-15.

Visitors in 2012-2013
Robert M. Adams (UNC, Chapel Hill), Helena De Bres (Wellesley), Ernesto Garcia (UMass, Amherst), Thomas Hurka (Toronto), Rahul Kumar (Queen's), David McNaughton (Florida State),
Piers Rawling (Florida State), Tamar Schapiro (Stanford), Christine Tappolet (Montreal),
and 
Jonathan Way (Southampton).
 
We have Photos [I] [II] of some of our visitors from 2010 to 2012.

Visitors in 2011-2012
Selim Berker (Harvard), John Brunero (Missouri, St Louis), David Enoch (Hebrew University),
Daniel Halliday (Melbourne), Erin Kelly (Tufts), Hallie Liberto (Connecticut), 
Jonas Olson (Stockholm), Hille Paakkunainen (Syracuse), and Mark Schroeder (Southern California).

Visitors in 2010-2011
Macalester Bell (Columbia), Daniel Cohen (Charles Sturt), Jason D'Cruz (SUNY, Albany),
Matt Evans (NYU), Nir Eyal (Harvard), Patricia Greenspan (Maryland), Mark LeBar (Ohio),
Clayton Littlejohn (Texas, San Antonio), Kate Manne (MIT), Jeff McMahan (Rutgers),
Nishi Shah (Amherst), Paulina A Sliwa (MIT), and Michael Smith (Princeton).

Visitors in 2009-2010
Laura Biron (Cambridge), Ben Bradley (Syracuse), Thom Brooks (Newcastle),
Terence Cuneo (Vermont), Stephen Darwall (Yale), Helen Frowe (Sheffield),
Frances Kamm (Harvard), Stephen Kearns (Florida State), Simon Keller (Victoria, Wellington),
Errol Lord (Princeton), Nicholas Southwood (Oxford and ANU), Alan Thomas (Kent),
Pekka Väyrynen (Leeds), and Christopher Wellman (Washington, St Louis). 

Visitors in 2008-2009
Caspar Hare (MIT), Ulrike Heuer (Leeds), Richard Holton (MIT),
Adam Hosein (MIT), Christine Korsgaard (Harvard), Andrew Reisner (McGill),
Luke Russell (Sydney), and Nick Zangwill (Durham).