E.J. Green has accepted an offer from Johns Hopkins University (JHU) as a tenured associate professor of philosophy.
Professor Green currently is associate professor in the Department of Philosophy and Linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He had been on leave from that position this semester, having taken up a position as research associate professor at JHU. Now that the tenuring process at JHU has been completed, he will be leaving MIT to join JHU full time. At JHU, he will be Miller Associate Professor of Philosophy, with a secondary appointment in Psychological and Brain Sciences.
Professor Green works in philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, and philosophy of perception. You can learn more about his research here.
(Via Steven Gross, who notes that JHU’s Department of Philosophy has “hired 13 new faculty since commencing its expansion” and adds, “we expect to hire at least 4 more over the next few years.”)