Earlier this year I posted a list of jobs being advertised. I thought it would be interesting to look into who got hired, and here’s what I could find.
|Armstrong Atlantic State University||TT||Medieval or Modern Philosophy. Hired Julie Swanstrom, a Purdue PhD with an AOS in medieval.
|Brown University||Postdoc||Medieval Philosophy (including Arabic Philosophy)Hired Rafael Nájera, a McGill PhD whose dissertation was on scientia in the 12th c.|
|College of Saint Benedict + Saint John’s University||TT||Ancient Philosophy OR Medieval Philosophy OR Ethics. Hired John Houston, a Purdue PhD with an AOS in ancient (and an AOC in medieval).
|Georgetown University||TT||Central research is constructively engaged with the Catholic philosophical tradition, broadly construed.Hired Kristin Primus, a Princeton PhD, who works primarily on Spinoza and Leibniz.|
|Medieval Institute – Notre Dame||Fixed term||Medieval studiesThese Mellon postdocs are availably annually at the Medieval Institute. Judging from previous winners, they go to established junior scholars working on their second book.
|Middle East Technical University (Arkana, Turkey)||TT (?)||Ancient and medieval philosophyNo response|
|Mississippi University for Women||TT||AOS open. AOC: Introduction to Philosophy, Ancient and Medieval, Logic, Modern Philosophy, Business Ethics, Contemporary Ethical ProblemsNo response|
|Missouri||TT||Any area in the history of philosophy prior to 1800.Hired Marina Folescu, a USC PhD who works primarily on Reid.|
|NYU – Abu Dhabi||TT||Open, with an emphasis on Arabric and Islamic Philosophy“We are unable to release the names of faculty hires at this time.” (!?)
|Ohio State University||TT||Early Modern Philosophy or Late Medieval PhilosophyHired Julia von Bodelschwingh, a Yale PhD with a dissertation on Leibniz.|
|Spring Hill College||TT||AOS open. AOC: Some combination of the following teaching competencies/interests desirable: continental, history (especially medieval or modern), Kant, aesthetics, environmental ethics, philosophy of education, or philosophy of gender/race
Hired Nate Zuckerman, a recent Chicago PhD who works on 19th/20th century continental philosophy, primarily Heidegger
|St. Norbert College||Open Contract||Open, but applicants with expertise in Early Modern Philosophy, Metaphysics and Epistemology, or Medieval Philosophy/Philosophy of Religion are especially welcome.Hired as a temporary appointment Eric Hagedorn, a Notre Dame PhD, whose dissertation was on Ockham. They plan to make a tenure-track hire in medieval next year.|