Hagop Sarkissian, professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy at CUNY, as well as a professor at CUNY's Graduate Center, focuses his research on moral psychology, drawing on other relevant disciplines (evolutionary biology, experimental psychology, Chinese philosophy) to inform his work.
David Morris, a professor of Philosophy at Concordia and the graduate director at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture there, has main research interests in phenomenology, especially Merleau-Ponty, with a focus on the philosophy of the body, mind, and nature in relation to current biology and science.
Daniel Muñoz is an assistant professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina, where he also forms part of the core faculty of the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program. His work mostly counts as “normative ethics,” which means it’s too concrete to be “meta,” but not concrete enough to be useful. He is writing a book called "What We Owe to Ourselves."
Antonia LoLordo, George C. and Clare F. Downing Memorial Professor of Philosophy and the chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Virginia, works on 17th- and 18th-century European philosophy, with a special interest in figures such as Gassendi, Locke, and Shepherd and topics such as causation, freedom, rationality, and canon formation.