Jobs in Philosophy in Americas

IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne),
Fort Wayne, IN,
Post date: December 8, 2009
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, tenure-track

Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW), Fort Wayne, IN. Rank: Assistant Professor, tenure-track, beginning fall semester 2010. Candidates will have the PhD prior to application. AOS: Applied Ethics (either Medical or Business Ethics). AOC: At least one of the following: Political and Social Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Environmental Ethics, Feminist Ethics, Human Rights, Business Ethics, or Medical Ethics. The teaching is mostly undergraduate. The successful candidate will also help in the creation and offering of new programs in Medical and Business Ethics. Collaboration in the IPFW Human Rights Institute is desirable. Research is supported by a one quarter reduction of teaching responsibility. Usual service duties also expected. Send letter of application, CV, and names and contact information of three (3) references to: Dr. C. Butler, Chair, Applied Ethics Search Committee, Department of Philosophy, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, 2101 E. Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne IN 46805. Applications will be reviewed beginning December 1, and will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. An opportunity for candidates to interview at the Eastern APA Meeting in December will be provided. IPFW is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. Employment is contingent on a satisfactory background records check.

U Wisconsin Madison,
Post date: November 24, 2009
Assistant Professor
Deadline: November 27, 2009

Degree and area of specialization:

Ph.D. in Philosophy.
AREAS OF SPECLIZATIONS: Metaphysics and Epistemology

Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:

Assistant professor candidates must show evidence of outstanding teaching and research potential and must be willing to teach upper and lower-level courses on a regular basis.

Principal duties:

Teach four classes per academic year at the undergraduate and/or graduate level; hold office hours; grade exams; conduct scholarly research; perform university and professional service, as appropriate.
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to hiring.

Appointment type: Faculty
Department(s): L&S/PHILOSOPHY
Full time salary rate: Minimum $52,000 ACADEMIC (9 months)
Depending on Qualifications
Appointment percent: 100%
Anticipated begin date: AUGUST 23, 2010
Number of positions: 1


Application must be received by: NOVEMBER 27, 2009


Unless another application procedure has been specified above, please send resume and cover letter referring to Position Vacancy Listing #62847 toLawrence Shapiro Phone: 608-263-3700
600 N Park St Fax: 608-265-3701
5185 White Hall H C
Madison, WI 53706-1474

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UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

Harvard University,
Cambridge, Mass.,
Post date: November 10, 2009
Residential fellowships etc. - The Lab “Project on Institutional Corruption”
Deadline: January 15, 2010

Call for Applications

The Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics invites applications for its newly launched five-year project, the Lab on “Institutional Corruption” — roughly defined as legal, even currently ethical acts which tend either to weaken the effectiveness of an institution, or that weaken public trust of the institution. The aim of the Lab is to study institutional corruption with both an empirical and normative focus. The empirical research will explore whether and when institutional corruption exists. The normative project will develop tools to address institutional corruption when it is found to exist. Some of the work will be done by the Lab; some of it has already been done and simply needs better translation across institutional fields; and some we hope to inspire by providing a better framework into which the work might fit. The ultimate objective of the Lab is to produce a set of tools that institutions might use both to understand the problem of “institutional corruption,” and to respond to it.
The project invites applications from all disciplines, and is especially eager to develop multidisciplinary approaches that might integrate the work of different fields directed at a common problem.
The core of the Lab will be made up of Research Fellows, who will be in residence at Harvard. Research Fellows in residence will be expected to devote the majority of their time to the research project, and participate in a weekly seminar designing the work of the Lab, and evaluating its progress.
A broad range of researchers are invited to submit proposals to the Lab, either to become residential Research Fellows, or to propose joint or collaborative research projects. Tenured and untenured faculty are invited to participate, so long as their work during the fellowship is primarily directed towards the project of the Lab. Alternatively, faculty members are invited to propose projects that they would direct but that would be executed at the Lab. Postdoctoral applications are eagerly encouraged, as well as proposals from researchers in industry or government seeking sabbatical time to pursue research directly relevant to the project. Researchers need not be located at Harvard.
The deadline date for receipt of applications for projects beginning September 2010 is January 15, 2010.
Further details about the Project, the Operational Plan, and procedures for submitting an application are available on our website:

Université Laval,
Laval, Québec,
Post date: October 21, 2009
Deadline: January 15, 2010

La Faculté de philosophie de l’Université Laval souhaite combler un poste de professeur régulier à rang ouvert en philosophie grecque.


Le titulaire de ce poste à temps plein assumera des enseignements réguliers aux trois cycles de la formation universitaire à la Faculté de philosophie, et pourra participer aux activités de l’Institut des études anciennes de l’Université Laval. Le titulaire du poste devra contribuer par ses publications à la recherche en philosophie grecque et superviser les travaux de maîtrise et de doctorat des étudiants de philosophie dans ce domaine. Il devra de plus participer aux activités universitaires et administratives de l’unité de rattachement.


Doctorat en philosophie ou l’équivalent, au moment de l’embauche. Solides compétences en grec ancien. Bonne connaissance du latin. Capacité d’entreprendre des recherches autonomes et originales en philosophie ancienne, avec des perspectives de diffusion internationale. Expérience d’enseignement. Publications scientifiques pertinentes.


Date de clôture du concours : 15 janvier 2010
Date prévue de l’entrée en fonction : 1er juin 2010

Faire parvenir un curriculum vitæ, accompagné d'une photocopie des relevés de notes, d'une copie d'une publication et de trois lettres de recommandation à :

Luc Langlois, doyen
Faculté de philosophie
Pavillon Félix-Antoine-Savard
2325, rue des Bibliothèques
Université Laval
Québec, Québec, G1V 0A6

En tant qu'employeur qui valorise la diversité au sein de son effectif, l'Université Laval invite toutes les personnes qualifiées à présenter leur candidature, en particulier les femmes, les membres de minorités visibles et ethniques, les autochtones et les personnes handicapées; la priorité sera toutefois accordée aux Canadiens ainsi qu'aux résidents permanents.