Gardiner from Tennessee to Tulane

Georgi Gardiner, currently associate professor of philosophy at the University of Tennessee, is moving to Tulane University, where she will be associate professor of philosophy and of gender and sexuality studies.

Professor Gardiner works in epistemology, metaphilosophy, and social philosophy, working on a wide range of topics, including evidence, virtue epistemology, attention, philosophy of statistics, the epistemology of rape, love and sexuality, and others. You can learn more about her research here and here.

In addition to her academic writing, Professor Gardiner has a project she calls “The Art of Academic Gathering” which involves novel events that “use embodied cognition to improve academic research communities.” She has also engaged in a significant amount of public-facing work.

She takes up her new position at Tulane on August 1st, 2024.

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