Tamar Lando (Columbia) has a particular interest in modal logic, topological and probabilistic semantics, as well as philosophical theories of chance, coincidence, and luck.
Angela Potochnik is a professor of Philosophy and the director of the Center for the Public Engagement with Science at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Potochnik's research addresses the nature of science and its successes, the relationships between science and the public, and methods in population biology.
Jessica Flanigan is the Richard L. Morrill Chair in Ethics and Democratic Values at the University of Richmond, where she is also an associate professor of Leadership Studies and of Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law. Her research addresses the nature and limits of people’s enforceable rights.
Pirachula Chulanon (Toronto Metropolitan) specializes in Kant's theories of knowledge and mind. His work concerns the origins and limits of our understanding of our own humanity and rationality. He pairs this with research and teaching interests in ethics and aesthetics, especially theories of art in the German-speaking tradition after Kant.
Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò, an associate professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University, in his theoretical work draws liberally from the Black radical tradition, contemporary philosophy of language, contemporary social science, German transcendental philosophy, materialist thought, and histories of activism and activist thinkers.