New Appointments

We are extremely happy to announce the appointment of two outstanding scholars:

Monica Solomon received her Ph.D. in History and Philosophy of Science from the Reilly Center and the Department of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. Her main research is at the intersection between the philosophy of science, metaphysics, and the philosophy of mathematical practice. She is interested in topics in the history of the philosophy of space, time, and gravity research, early modern philosophy, and the ethical and political dimensions of the scientific practice.

Mary Krizan specializes in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy and works primarily on topics at the intersection of metaphysics and the history of science. She is currently working on Aristotle’s material elements, his theory of compound inanimate materials, and his more general theory of matter, particularly as it relates to the concept of quantity. She has published in journals such as Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Journal of the History of Philosophy, Ancient Philosophy, and History of Philosophy Quarterly.


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