Philosophy Student: Dean's Distinguished Graduate Fellows

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Carl Phillips explores the concept of Community in his latest piece for Yale Review

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It’s time to reconsider Philip Roth

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In a new book about the celebrated American novelist, Matthew Shipe explores Roth’s half-century struggle with the question of what it means to be American.

Congratulations, Phil Dybvig

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The Department of Economics congratulates Phil Dybvig, the Boatmen's Bancshares Professor of Banking and Finance in the Olin School of Business and Professor of Economics (by courtesy) in Arts & Sciences, on the 2022 Nobel Prize in Economics he shared with Ben Bernanke and Doug Diamond. Phil has been a generous colleague and an especially supportive mentor for our PhD students. We are all very proud of his accomplishments.

Washington University Review of Philosophy Vol. 2

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Jon Kvanvig's Book Reviewed

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Reviewed by Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

Jack Mayer’s short film "Philia" wins best LGBTQ film at the Experimental Forum international film and video art festival

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FMS is proud to announce that major Jack Mayer’s short film, Philia, has won best LGBTQ film at the Experimental Forum Film Festival. Experimental Forum is an international film and video art festival showcasing experimental film and artists’ moving image from auteur filmmakers and innovative video artists from around the globe.

Welcome 2022-2023 McDonnell Postdoctoral Fellows

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Graduating PNP Student Jacquelyn Li: Paper Accepted

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Olivia Poolos Work Recognized in "College Podcast Challenge"

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Undergraduate Olivia Dres wins NEXT Award

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Ron Mallon Awarded Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

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