The Graduate Fellows are those who have demonstrated interest in teaching and promoting discussion of ethical issues. Fellows conduct research, and/or teach on ethics issues in their respective fields and participate in Parr Center events on ethics issues that arise in public and professional life.
|Kiran Bjardwaj||Department of Philosophy||Ethics, Practical Ethics, Kant, Logic|
|Joshua Blanchard||Department of Philosophy||Metaethics, Moral Theory, Epistemology, Philosophy of Religion|
|Bryan Dougan||Department of Anthropology||Anthropology of medicine, health, and humanitarianism; post-colonial psychiatry; ethics, standardization of knowledge and technology, and global health; east Africa; Tanzania|
|Caleb Harrison||Department of Philosophy||Moral Philosophy and Applied Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of the Mind|
|Jordan MacKenzie||Department of Philosophy||Ethics (specifically Kantian ethics), Moral Psychology, Bioethics|
|Joshua P. Miller||Department of Political Science||Classical Political Thought, Critical Theory , Democratic Theory|
|Joshua Olsen||School of Information and Library Science||Ethical constraints of confidence thresholds in Bayesian statistics|
|Mark Ortiz||Department of Geography||Political Ecology, Climate Politics, Environmental Humanities, Critical development studies|
|Sam Reis-Dennis||Department of Philosophy||Blame, Moral Psychology, Metaethics|
|Lauren Townsend||Department of Philosophy||Moral Theory, Philosophy of the Mind, Bargaining Ethics|
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