Brian Weatherson

2215 Angell Hall, 435 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109 U.S.A.
Brian Weatherson
Epistemology  ▫  Decision Theory
Philosophy of Language  ▫  Ethics  ▫  Logic  ▫  History of Analytic

Last Updated: 10 August 2022


  • BA(Hons) with Honors in Philosophy, Monash University, 1994
  • PhD in Philosophy, Monash University, 1998. Thesis title: On Uncertainty.

Employment History

  • Marshall M. Weinberg Professor of Philosophy, University of Michigan (2012-present)
  • Professorial Fellow, Arché, University of St Andrews (quarter-time appointment) (2008-2018)
  • Associate Professor, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (2008-2011)
  • Associate Professor, Cornell University (2004-2007)
  • Assistant Professor, Brown University (2001-2004)
  • Sutton Faculty Fellow, Syracuse University (1999-2001)


A History of Philosophy Journals, Volume 1: Evidence from Topic Modeling, 1876–2013. Maize Books.
Normative Externalism. Oxford University Press.
Epistemic Modality (edited, with Andy Egan). Oxford University Press.

Journal Articles

The Sporting Attitude. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. (HTML)(DOI)
Accuracy and the Imps (with James Joyce). Logos & Episteme. (PDF) (DOI)
Interests, Evidence and Games. Episteme. (PDF) (DOI)
Notes on some ideas in Lloyd Humberstone’s philosophical applications of modal logic (with Steve Kuhn). Australasian Journal of Logic. (DOI)
Intellectual Skill and the Rylean Regress Philosophical Quarterly. (PDF) (DOI)
Games, Beliefs and Credences. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. (PDF) (DOI)
Reply to Blackson. Journal of Philosophical Research. (PDF) (DOI)
Reply to Eaton and Pickavance. Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
For Bayesians, Rational Modesty Requires Imprecision. Ergo. (PDF) (DOI)
Memory, Belief and Time Canadian Journal of Philosophy.(PDF) (DOI)
Centrality and Marginalisation. Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
Running Risks Morally. Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
In Defence of the ACA’s Medicaid Expansion (with Ishani Maitra). Public Affairs Quarterly. Abridged version reprinted in Fritz Alhoff and Mark Hall (eds.), The Affordable Care Act Decision, Routledge, 2013, (PDF) (JSTOR)
Margins and Errors. Inquiry (PDF) (DOI)
Ross on Sleeping Beauty. Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
The Role of Naturalness in Lewis’s Theory of Meaning. Journal for the History of Analytic Philosophy. (PDF) (DOI)
Explanation, Idealisation and the Goldilocks Problem. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. (PDF) (DOI)
Games and the Reason-Knowledge Principle The Reasoner (PDF) (published version)
In Defense of a Kripkean Dogma (with Jonathan Ichikawa and Ishani Maitra). Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. (PDF) (DOI)
Induction and Supposition. The Reasoner. (PDF) (published version)
The Temporal Generality Problem. Logos and Episteme. (PDF) (DOI)
Defending Interest-Relative Invariantism. Logos and Episteme.(PDF) (DOI)
No Royal Road to Relativism. Analysis. (PDF) (DOI)
Stalnaker on Sleeping Beauty. Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
Assertion, Knowledge and Action (with Ishani Maitra). Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
Conditionals and Indexical Relativism. Synthese. (PDF) (DOI)
Attitudes and Relativism. Philosophical Perspectives. (PDF) (DOI)
Deontology and Descartes’ Demon. Journal of Philosophy. (PDF) (JSTOR)
Humeans Aren’t Out of Their Minds. Nous. (PDF) (DOI)
Doing Philosophy with Words. Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
The Bayesian and the Dogmatist. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. 107 (2007): 169-85. (PDF) (DOI)
The Asymmetric Magnets Problem. Philosophical Perspectives. (PDF) (DOI)
Can We Do Without Pragmatic Encroachment? Philosophical Perspectives.(PDF) (DOI)
Scepticism, Rationalism and Externalism. Oxford Studies in Epistemology. (PDF)
Should We Respond to Evil with Indifference? Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. (PDF) (DOI)
True, Truer, Truest. Philosophical Studies. 123 (2005): 47-70. (PDF) (DOI)
Luminous Margins. Australasian Journal of Philosophy.(PDF) (DOI)
Morality, Fiction and Possibility. Philosophers Imprint. (Handle)
Chopping up Gunk (with John Hawthorne). Monist. (PDF) (DOI)
Prankster’s Ethics (with Andy Egan). Philosophical Perspectives. (PDF) (DOI)
Are You a Sim? Philosophical Quarterly. (PDF) (DOI)
What Good are Counterexamples? Philosophical Studies. (PDF) (DOI)
From Classical to Intuitionistic Probability. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic. (PDF) (DOI)
Nine Objections to Steiner and Wolff on Land Disputes. Analysis. (PDF) (DOI)
Many Many Problems. Philosophical Quarterly. (PDF) (DOI)
Epistemicism Parasites and Vague Names. Australasian Journal of Philosophy. (PDF) (DOI)
Keynes, Uncertainty and Interest Rates. Cambridge Journal of Economics.(PDF) (DOI)
Misleading Indexicals. Analysis. 62 (2002): 308-10. (PDF) (DOI)
Indicative and Subjunctive Conditionals. Philosophical Quarterly. (PDF) (DOI)
Intrinsic Properties and Combinatorial Principles. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Reprinted in Robert M. Francescotti (ed.), Companion to Intrinsic Properties, De Gruyter 2014. (PDF) (DOI)
Begging the Question and Bayesianism Studies in History and Philosophy of Science. (PDF) (DOI)

Chapters in Edited Volumes

Freedom of Research Area, in Jennifer Lackey (ed.), Academic Freedom, Oxford. (PDF)
Interest-Relative Invariantism, in Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Epistemic Contextualism, Routledge. (PDF)
Relativism (with Patrick Shirreff), in Bob Hale, Alex Miller and Crispin Wright (eds.), Blackwell Companion to the Philosophy of Language, Blackwell. (PDF)
Analytic-Synthetic and A Priori-A Posteriori, in Herman Cappelen, Tamar Szabó Gendler and John Hawthorne (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophical Methodology, Oxford. (PDF)
Humean Supervenience, in Barry Loewer and Jonathan Schaffer (eds.), A Companion to David Lewis, Blackwell. (PDF)
Probability and Scepticism, in Dylan Dodd and Elia Zardini (eds.), Scepticism and Philosophical Justification, Oxford. (PDF)
Disagreements, Philosophical and Otherwise, in David Christensen and Jennifer Lackey (eds.), The Epistemology of Disagreement, Oxford. (PDF)
Dogmatism, Probability and Logical Uncertainty (with David Jehle), in Greg Restall and Gillian Russell (eds.), New Waves in Philosophical Logic, Palgrave. (PDF)
Epistemic Modals and Epistemic Modality (with Andy Egan), in Andy Egan and Brian Weatherson (eds.), Epistemic Modality, Oxford. (PDF)
Vagueness as Indeterminacy, in Richard Dietz and Sebastiano Moruzzi, Cuts and Clouds, Oxford. (PDF)
Questioning Contextualism, in Stephen Hetherington, Aspects of Knowing, Elsevier. (PDF)
Epistemic Modals in Context (with Andy Egan and John Hawthorne), in Gerhard Preyer and Georg Peter (eds.), Contextualism in Philosophy, Oxford. (PDF)

Encyclopedia Articles

Metaphysics, in Graham Oppy and N. N. Trakakis (eds.), A Companion to Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand, Monash. (Link)
David Lewis, in Ed Zalta (ed.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (Link)
Problem of the Many, in Ed Zalta (ed.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (Link)
Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Properties (with Dan Marshall), in Ed Zalta (ed.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (Link)

Book Reviews

Penelope Maddy, What do Philosophers do? Scepticism and the Practice of Philosophy, Mind.
Daniel Nolan, David Lewis, Mind.
Frank Jackson and Graham Priest (eds.) Lewisian Themes: The Philosophy of David K. Lewis, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. (Link)
Christopher Peacocke, The Realm of Reason, Times Literary Supplement.
Christopher Gauker, Words without Meanings, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. (Link)
Rosanna Keefe, Theories of Vagueness, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.
Roy Sorensen, Vagueness and Contradiction, Australasian Journal of Philosophy.
David Wiggins, Sameness and Substance Renewed, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. (Link)
Michael DePaul (ed.), Rethinking Intuition, Ethics.
Ted Lockhart, Moral Uncertainty and Its Consequences, Mind.
William Lycan, Real Conditionals, Philosophical Review.


Money, States, and Liquidity

  • UC Davis, April 2024

Feasible Epistemology

  • Berlin, March 2023

Anxiety and Interests

  • Epistemic Anxiety Workshop, UBC, December 2022

Data Driven History of Philosophy

  • University of Tokyo, December 2022

The End of Decision Theory

  • UBC, December 2022
  • Western, March 2022

Philosophy Journals in the Early 20th Century

  • Conference of Western Swiss Universities, Septmeber 2022

Indecisive Decision Theory

  • ACU, October 2021

Epistemic Permissiveness and Symmetric Games

  • AAP, July 2019

Pragmatic Encroachment and Close Calls

  • Monash University, April 2019
  • University of Sydney, May 2019
  • ANU, May 2019
  • Ranch Metaphysics Conference, January 2020

Moral Uncertainty and Desire as Belief

  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem, June 2018
  • University of Melbourne, March 2019
  • University of Queensland, May 2019

Blame and Fragmented Desire

  • University of Graz, December 2017

Inferentialism and Logical Knowledge

  • Conceptual Truth, Analyticity, and Conceptual Competence workshop, ConceptLab, University of Oslo, June 2017

Interests and Evidence

  • Pragmatic Encroachment Conference, Sedona, AZ, February 2017
  • Arché, University of St Andrews, June 2017
  • Episteme Conference, Galapagos Islands, July 2017

Thick Moral Ignorance

  • Blame Workshop, Arché, University of St Andrews, June 2017
  • University of Vienna, December 2017

Signalling Games

  • Decisions, Games and Logic Workshop, University of Michigan, July 2016

Accuracy and the Imps

  • Arché, University of St Andrews, May 2016
  • University of Melbourne, March 2019

Asymmetries in Disagreement

  • Complex Disagreement Workshop, University of St Andrews, May 2016

Determinacy and Borderline Cases

  • University of Chicago, April 2015

Memory, Belief and Time

  • Belief, Rationality and Time Conference, University of Wisconsin - Madison, September 2015

Should We Act on Higher-Order Evidence

  • Australasian Association of Philosophy Annual Conference, ANU, July 2014

Moral Ignorance is (Almost) Never Exculpatory

  • University of Sydney, April 2014
  • Australian National University, April 2014
  • University of Melbourne, May 2014
  • Arché Reading Party, June 2016

Intellectual Skills and the Rylean Regress

  • Monash University, February 2014

Rayo on Possibility

  • MIT, October 2014

Stopped Clocks and Generative Testimony

  • University of St Andrews, October 2013

Games, Beliefs and Credences

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop/Rutgers Epistemology Conference, May 2012

Centrality and Marginalisation

  • Institute of Philosophy, University of London, February 2012

Running Risks Morally

  • Marshall M. Weinberg Lecture, University of Michigan, November 2012
  • Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference, Western Washington University, August 2013
  • Ohio State University, September 2013
  • A Night of Philosophy, New York, April 2015

Disagreements, Philosophical and Otherwise

  • Summer School on Disagreement, University of Zurich, August 2012

Margins and Errors

  • University of St Andrews, June 2012
  • University of Edinburgh, June 2012
  • Midwest Epistemology Workshop, University of Indiana, September 2012

Reflections on Lewis, Meaning and Naturalness

  • CSMN, Oslo, August 2011
  • Arché workshop on naturalness in semantics and metaphysics, October 2011
  • Rutgers University, October 2011
  • Univerity of Illinois, May 2012

Vague Events and the Problem of the Many

  • LOGOS Indeterminacy Workshop, Barcelona, January 2010

Do Judgments Screen Evidence?

  • Massachussets Institute of Technology, March 2010
  • University of St Andrews, May 2010
  • University of Konstanz, June 2010
  • University of Oxford, June 2010
  • University of Michigan, February 2011.

Rational Belief and Rational Action

  • University of St Andrews, May 2010

In Defence of a Kripkean Dogma

  • University of Leeds, May 2010

Stalnaker on Sleeping Beauty

  • University of St Andrews, June 2010

Rule Following and Basicness

  • University of St Andrews, May 2009

Evidence Neutrality

  • University of St Andrews, June 2009

Probability and Scepticism

  • Arché Scepticism Conference, University of St Andrews, June 2009

Assertion, Knowledge and Action (with Ishani Maitra)

  • Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference, Western Washington University, August 2009

Moderate Rationalism and Bayesian Scepticism

  • University of Edinburgh, May 2008

Content Relativism

  • Language and Law workshop, University of Oslo, June 2008

Attitudes and Relativism

  • First Arché Contextualism and Relativism workshop, University of St Andrews, June 2008.

Causation and Causatives

  • Univesity of Massachusetts, Amherst, April 2007.
  • Arizona Ontology Conference, Tuscon, January 2008.
  • Keynote address at Rutgers/Princeton graduate conference, Rutgers University, March 2008.

Moral Psychology and Epistemic Deontology

  • Ryle at Ryerson conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, October 2007

Replacing Logic

  • Contribution to author meets critics session on David Christensen’s Putting Logic in Its Place, APA Pacific Division Conference, Portland OR, March 2006.

Natural Quantities

  • University of Manitoba, March 2006 - Stanford University, May 2006

In Defence of a Dogmatist

  • University of Texas, May 2006 - Stanford University, May 2006

Norms of Assertion and Expressivism

  • Workshop on ethics and epistemology, University of Missouri at Columbia, September 2006

The Bayesian and the Dogmatist

  • Rutgers University, October 2006.
  • University of Oklahoma, November 2006.
  • University of California at Berkeley, November 2006.
  • The Aristotelian Society, London, February 2007.

Tracking, Closure and Conjunctions

  • Contribution to author meets critics session on Sherri Rousch’s \textitTracking Truth, Philosophy of Science Association cofnerence, Vancouver, November 2006.

Vagueness as Indeterminacy

  • Australian National University, January 2005
  • Princeton University, February 2005
  • Arché Workshop on Vagueness, University of St Andrews, February 2005

Dutch Books and Infinity

  • Prague International Colloquium on Dutch Book Arguments, Prague, August 2005

Knowledge, Justification and Practical Interests

  • Monash University, September 2005 - Australian National University, October 2005

Conditionals and Relativism

  • LOGOS Workshop on Relativising Utterance Truth, Barcelona, September 2005 - Workshop on Conditionals, University of Connecticut, April 2006

Morality in Fiction and Consciousness in Imagination

  • APA Pacific Division Conference, Pasadena, March 2004

Uncertainty, Probability and Non-Classical Logic

  • Formal Epistemology Workshop, University of California at Berkeley, May 2004

Morality, Fiction and Possibility

  • American Society for Aesthetics Conference, Houston , October 2004

Intuitions and Meanings

  • Fribourg Workshop on Intuitions, Fribourg Switzerland, November 2004.
  • Australian National University, January 2005.
  • University of Glasgow, February 2005.

Prankster’s Ethics (with Andy Egan)

  • International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Ethics, Louisiana State University, February 2003 - APA Central Division Conference, Cleveland OH, April 2003

Scepticism, Rationalism and Externalism

  • Cornell University, October 2003 - Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference, Washington State University and University of Idaho, April 2004

Justification and Innateness

  • Australasian Association of Philosophy conference, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, July 2002

My Favourite Puzzle

  • University of Melbourne, October 2002 - University of California at Davis, January 2004

Indicatives and Subjunctives

  • Brown University, February 2001
  • Rutgers University, February 2001
  • University of Colorado at Boulder, February 2001

Growing Individuals and Intrinsic Properties

  • APA Pacific Division Conference, San Francisco, March 2001

True, Truer, Truest

  • University of Michigan, October 2001
  • APA Central Division Conference, Chicago, April 2002
  • Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference, Western Washington University, August 2003

Stages, Worms, Slices and Lumps

  • Syracuse University, May 2000

A Puzzle About Duplication

  • Monash University, June 2000

Is This Title Ambiguous?

  • Australasian Association of Philosophy conference, University of Queensland, July 2000

What Good Are Counterexamples?

  • Australasian Association of Philosophy conference, University of Melbourne, July 1999


  • Australasian Association of Philosophy conference, Macquarie University, July 1998

The Dutch Bookie Goes to Market

  • International Economics and Philosophy Society Conference, University of New South Wales, July 1996, and published in conference proceedings: Julian Lamont and Christi Dawn Favor (eds.) Edited Proceedings of the 1997 International Economics and Philosophy Society Conference, 97-100

The Possibility of Revealed Preference

  • International Economics and Philosophy Society Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, July 1996, and published in conference proceedings: Julian Lamont (ed.) Edited Proceedings of the 1996 International Economics and Philosophy Society Conference, 121-125

Inductive Arguments and Probability

  • Australasian Association of Philosophy conference, University of Queensland, July 1996

Invited Commentaries and Panel Presentations

  • Ranch Metaphysics Workshop, January 2022
  • Vancouver Summer Philosophy Conference, August 2018
  • Meta-Ontology workshop at University of Tokyo, October 2018
  • Arizona Ontology Conference, January 2017
  • APA Central Division, San Francisco, March 2016
  • APA Pacific Division, San Francisco, April 2016
  • Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference, Western Washington University, 2015
  • Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress, University of Colorado at Boulder, August 2009
  • Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference, Western Washington University, August 2008
  • Rutgers Semantics Workshop, New Brunswick, October 2007
  • Arizona Ontology Conference, January 2006
  • Panel on Blogging in Philosophy, APA Pacific Division, March 2006
  • NYU Causation Workshop, Florence, June 2006
  • APA Central Division, Chicago, April 2005
  • Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference, Western Washington University, August 2004
  • APA Pacific Division, San Francisco, March 2003
  • Syracuse Workshop on Metaphysics, Syracuse University, August 2003
  • BloggerCon, Harvard University, October 2003
  • Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference, Western Washington University, August 2001
  • Metaphysical Mayhem V, Syracuse University, August 2000


Introduction to Philosophy

  • Taught eight times: Spring 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006, Spring 2007 and Spring 2008, Winter 2013, Winter 2016, Winter 2018.
  • Topics included philosophy of religion, philosophy of mind, scepticism and ethics
  • In early years, mainly used readings. In later years, the focus was more on great books, such as Descartes’ Meditations and Hume’s Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion.
  • All the courses were large introductory lecture courses, to between 80 and 150 students, except the Spring 2008 course, which was a freshman Honors seminar.

Introduction to Logic

  • Taught four times: Spring 2003, Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Fall 2011.
  • Topics included validity and soundness, the predicate calculus, models, and proofs in propositional and predicate logic.
  • The courses had no pre-requisites, and focussed on continuous assessment.
  • All the courses were large lecture courses, with 80 to 100 students.

Intermediate Logic

  • Taught four times: Fall 2001, Fall 2002, Spring 2004, Fall 2004.
  • The course was on predicate logic, from introduction to the proof of completeness.
  • The courses had between 20 and 40 students.

Advanced Logic

  • Taught four times: Fall 2000, Spring 2002, Fall 2003, Fall 2009.
  • Topics varied, but included non-classical logic, modal logic and the incompleteness of arithmetic.
  • All courses were small graduate focussed courses, with 5 to 10 students.

Philosophy of Language

  • Taught twice: Fall 2001, Spring 2003.
  • Topics included reference and description, implicature and vagueness.
  • Course was a small undergraduate seminar, with some graduates sitting in, with 5 to 10 students.

Decision Theory

  • Taught five times: Spring 2000, Fall 2004, Fall 2008, Fall 2011, Winter 2016.
  • Topics included probability and utility functions, paradoxes of decision theory, game theory and collective decision making.
  • Courses were targeted at juniors and seniors, with between 5 and 20 students.

300-level Epistemology

  • Taught twice: Fall 2013, Winter 2015.
  • Topics included scepticism, analysis of knowledge and social epistemology.
  • Courses were targeted at intermediate level philosophy students, with roughly 40 students.

400-level Groups and Choices

  • Taught five times: Winter 2017, Winter 2018, Fall 2019, Winter 2021, Winter 2022.
  • Topics include game theory, voting theory and group minds.
  • Courses are targeted at upper level undergraduates and beginning graduate students, with courses being 25 or 50 students.

300-level Formal Methods

  • Taught three times: Winter 2017, Fall 2019, Summer 2020, Winter 2021, Winter 2022.
  • About 50 students every time.
  • Introduces propositional logic, probability theory, decision theory and modal logic.

Undergraduate courses taught just once (all student numbers approximate)

  • History of Political Philosophy, Spring 2001, 50 students
  • Time Travel, Fall 2003, 20 students
  • Mid 20th Century philosophy, Spring 2005, 5 students
  • Applied Ethics, Summer 2005, 40 students
  • Semantics, Fall 2007, 5 students
  • Philosophical Babies, Fall 2012, 20 students
  • 400-level Epistemology, Winter 2013, 10 students
  • 400-level Ethics, Fall 2015, 10 students
  • Honors Logic, Fall 2016, 18 students

Graduate Seminars

  • Intuitions, Fall 1999
  • Vaguness, Spring 2002
  • Conceivability, Spring 2002
  • Philosophy of Economics, Spring 2004
  • David Lewis, Spring 2006, Fall 2013
  • Dissertation Workshop, Spring 2008
  • Probability, Spring 2009
  • Scepticism, Fall 2010
  • Game Theory, Summer 2011
  • Scepticism, Winter 2012
  • Normative Uncertainty, Fall 2014
  • Responsibility, Fall 2017
  • Interest-Relative Epistemology, Winter 2020
  • Vices: A Users Guide, Fall 2021

Professional Service

  • Editor-in-Chief, Philosophy Compass, 2006-2012.
  • Co-editor, Philosophical Review, 2006-2007.
  • Associate Editor, Thought, 2012-2014.
  • Associate Editor, Philosophical Review, 2013-2018.
  • Editor, Philosophers’ Imprint, 2018-present
  • External examiner for graduate degrees at Rutgers University, Australian National University, University of Oslo, University of Melbourne and Monash University.
  • External reviewer for funding proposals for FWO (Belgium), AHRC (UK), ARC (Australia) and PETAF (Spain).
  • Reviewed book manuscripts or proposals for Oxford University Press, Princeton University Press, MIT Press, Harvard University Press and Routledge.
  • Referee for, among others, American Philosophical Quarterly, Analytic Philosophy, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Australasian Journal of Logic, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Dialectica, Ethics, Journal of Philosophical Logic, Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, Linguistics and Philosophy, Mind, Mind and Language, Noûs, Philosophers’ Imprint, Philosophical Quarterly, The Philosophical Review, Philosophical Studies, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Ratio and Synthese.

Departmental and University Service

  • Chair, Graduate Studies Committee (i.e., DGS), University of Michigan, 2014-6, 2019-present
  • Member, Search Committee, PPE Search, University of Michigan, 2014-5.
  • Member, Search Committee, Philosophy Department, University of Michigan, 2013, 2017.
  • Chair, Search Committee, Philosophy Department, University of Michigan, 2012-3.
  • Graduate Admissions Committee, Philosophy Department, University of Michigan, 2012, 2017.
  • External Speakers Co-Ordinator, Philosophy Department, Rutgers University, 2009-10.
  • Appointments and Promotions Committee, Dean’s Office, Humanites, Rutgers University, 2008-10.
  • Web co-ordinator, Philosophy Department, Rutgers University, 2008-10
  • Graduate Admissions committee, Philosophy Department, Rutgers University, 2008, 2009.
  • Search committee, Philosophy Department, Rutgers University, 2008-9.
  • Search committee, Philosophy Department, Cornell University, 2004-5, 2006-7
  • External Speakers Co-Ordinator, Philosophy Department, Cornell University, 2004-5.
  • Webmaster, Philosophy Department, Cornell University, 2004-7