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Learn more about next year's fellows!

Learn more about next year's fellows!

The residential research fellows for fall 2024 and spring 2025 are drawn from across a variety of departments and programs in the College of Humanities of Social Sciences as well as the Schar School of Policy and Government. Their diverse projects explore the CHR's 2024-25 theme of "humanity and its others."

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In Memoriam: Mark Sagoff (1941-2023)

In Memoriam: Mark Sagoff (1941-2023)

In Memoriam: Mark Sagoff (1941-2023) Mark Sagoff was a leading and foundational figure in environmental philosophy and ethics and one of the first members of the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, founded in 1978. Originally a scholar of Kant and aesthetics, Sagoff published widely in journals of philosophy, law, economics, and the environment. His books The Economy of the Earth (1988), and Price, Principle, and the Environment (2004) are considered landmarks in the field.

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Laura Fox honored with distinguished alumni award

Laura Fox honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Laura Fox, BA Philosophy '08, MA '09, with the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award in Philosophy. Fox is the Douglas M. Costle chair in environmental law and director of the Farmed Animal Advocacy Clinic at the Vermont Law and Graduate School (VLGS).

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Meet Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt!

Meet Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt!

Dr. Claudia Cabello Hutt is a new faculty member with dual positions in Women and Gender Studies and the Philosophy department. To get to know her better, here are a few Q&As to learn more about her!  

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