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Current Graduate Students

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Name Contact Area of Study/Office hours and location
Jimmy Aames

jjaamesatiupui.edu

Charles S. Peirce, philosophy of physics
Meagan Allen mesallenatindiana.edu Medieval medicinal alchemy

Josua Aponte-Serrano

joaponteatindiana.edu

 General Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Biology, Models in Science and Biophysics

BH 660, Office Hours Monday 3:00pm-4:00pm

Evan Arnet earnetatindiana.edu

Philosophy of Biology

BH 660

Michael Bailey bailemiaatindiana.edu
Nicolas Bamballi bamballiatindiana.edu
Kimberly Brumble kbrumbleatindiana.edu
Alex Campbell campalexatiu.edu 

Bioethics and Philosophy of Medicine

BH 659

Chris ChoGlueck cglueckatindiana.edu philosophy of science, values in science, science and public policy
Archie Fields III arcfieldatindiana.edu BH 661
Kate Grauvogel kgrauvogatindiana.edu

19th and 20th century Western history and philosophy of medicine, gender, stigma, feminist epistemologies, American pragmatism and feminism

Ashley Inglehart asjingleatindiana.edu Early modern natural philosophy and medicine
Rebecca Jackson jacksrelatindiana.edu Philosophy of Measurement
Paul Kelly kellypaatiu.edu

General philosophy of science, philosophy of cognitive science, moral psychology, metaethics

BH 661

Samuel Ketchum (Ryan) sarketchatindiana.edu
Martin McNeela (Patrick) mmcneelaatindiana.edu
Nicholas McNeely ngmcneelatiu.edu
Ali Mirza alimirzaatiu.edu

My core research projects are in philosophy of biology/paleobiology. Specifically, I am interested in conceptual and empirical issues related to the inference of behavior from the fossil record (using morphometrics and foraging models) and, generally, in the influence of behavior on morphology and vice versa. Additionally, I am of the view that historians and philosophers can play a positive role in the direct construction and evaluation of scientific models.

BH 661

Jared Neumann janeumanatumail.iu.edu

Scientific discovery (both normative and descriptive), conceptual change, cognitive science (esp. analogy, similarity), philosophy of language, history of logic (esp. Victorian), digital humanities

Tyler Nighswander tnighswaatindiana.edu

History of biology and Islamic philosophy

BH 662, Office Hours Thursday 12:30-2:30 or by appointment

Jon Oatess oatessjatindiana.edu
Sarah Reynolds sajoreynatindiana.edu BH 662
David Rogers damrogeratindiana.edu

General philosophy of science, Statistical methods, pedagogy, Kant

BH 662

Laura Seger lmsegeratindiana.edu Philosophy of Biology and Biomedical Ethics
Justin Slattery jpslatteatiu.edu 

Philosophy of Complex Systems with a focus in Biological and Ecological Systems, Cognitive Science, Computational Philosophy, and Affective Computing

Brenton Wells brewellsatindiana.edu BH 662
Shane Zappettini szappettatindiana.edu

Philosophy of cognitive science (esp. issues in embodied cognitive science, animal/comparative cognition, and cognitive ecology), history and philosophy of biology (esp. issues in the foundations of ethology, systems-level approaches to explaining adaptive behavior, and population biology)

Eigenmann Hall 824

Nicholas Zautra nzautraatindiana.edu

General philosophy of science, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of psychiatry, biomedical ethics, research ethics, addiction, satire, humor, consciousness, public perceptions of science and technology