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A Sampling of Alumni Careers in Philosophy and Related Fields

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Torin Alter 81F: Assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Alabama. Specializes in philosophy of mind and philosophy of language, especially consciousness and the mind-body problem.

Eric Barnes 86F: Assistant professor of philosophy at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Interests include moral political and legal philosophy, applied ethics (particularly bioethics), rational choice theory debate.

David Christensen 73F: Professor of philosophy at Brown University. Areas of interest include epistemology and philosophy of science.

Alejandro E. De Acosta 90F: Assistant professor of philosophy at Southwestern University. Research interests include Latin American philosophy (especially questions of language, territory, history, and cosmology), and the theoretico-practical intersection of anarchist theory, experimental therapeutic practices and assorted "limit-experiences."

Caroline G. Sawyer 75F: Associate professor of philosophy at SUNY College of Old Westbury.

Success after Hampshire

Hampshire's interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to education produces remarkable results.

Success after Hampshire: Outcomes »

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Falguni Sheth

Falguni A. Sheth, associate professor of philosophy and political theory, is interviewed as part of a series for the New York Times with philosophers on race. The Q and A is conducted by George Yancy.

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