From the inception of the Graduate Program in Philosophy in Fall 2001 through Fall 2015, our students have had 160 papers accepted for presentation at graduate and professional conferences or for publication, an average of 11 paper presentations per year by a cohort that numbers no more than 25 in a given year. See a complete list.
In September 2014, articles by three philosophy graduate alumni appeared in a single issue of The Heythrop Journal, a bimonthly review of philosophy and theology. These include:
- The Finite and the Infinite in the Phenomenology: Pure Insight, Faith, and the Phaedrus (pages 769–782), by Jennifer Soerensen (M.A. ’11)
- The Recollection of Anxiety: Kierkegaard as our Socratic Occasion to Transcend Unfreedom (pages 871–882), by Melissa Fitzpatrick (M.A. ’13)
- Paul and Kierkegaard: A Christocentric Epistemology (pages 927–943), by Harris B. Bechtol (M.A. ’11)