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Department of Philosophy

Philosophy at UNC Charlotte

Faculty Position: Assistant Professor of Philosophy

The Department of Philosophy invites applications for a tenure-line position, rank Assistant Professor, beginning Fall 2015.  AOS: Philosophy of Mind or Epistemology, both broadly construed.  AOC: Underrepresented areas of philosophy (e.g., race, feminism, queer theory, postcolonial studies) and/or innovative applied work.  Full details and application information can be found at PhilJobs.

Philosophy Department Welcomes New Faculty in Fall 2014

We are pleased to welcome two new faculty to the philosophy department this fall.  Dr. Phillip McReynolds is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and specializes in American philosophy, philosophy of film, and philosophy of technology broadly construed.  Dr. Shannon Sullivan is Chair and Professor of Philosophy and specializes in feminist philosophy, critical philosophy of race, Continental philosophy, and American philosophy. More information about Dr. McReynolds and Dr. Sullivan will be posted on their faculty webpages soon!  

The Moncrieff Show: Interview with Shannon Sullivan on Good White People

Hear what Philosophy Chair Dr. Shannon Sullivan has to say about her latest book.

"Promising Potential: Student Offers Scholarship to Inspire"

Philosophy Major and scholarship benefactor Jason Bonsall establishes fund for students with promising potential.

"Student Finds Knowledge By Asking Big Questions"

Read how Philosophy student, Ashley Williams, and her faculty mentor, Dr. Robin James are not afraid to ask the big questions.

"The Life of a Philosophy Major in a Biology Laboratory"

Student Brandon Nixon gives insight on being a Philosophy Major. Check out his essay in the Levine Connection.

An Interview with Dr. Shannon Sullivan

Read Bookslut's interview with Dr. Sullivan regarding her book, Good White People.

SGA Vacancies for CLAS Students

There are two vacant seats for CLAS students in the SGA for next legislative year. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Ruthie Schorr at, or President Pro Tempore, John Daley, at You may also attend the next senate meeting on Thursday, April 17 at 5:00 PM in Student Union 200.

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