Arts Undergraduate Research Awards (ARIA)

Below are listed students of philosophy, or students that did their research internship with a philosophy professor. For a list of all students, follow the link to the ARIA website.

 

Summer 2017

  • Emma Elbourne-Weinstock, Philosophy
    "Adaptive Preferences and Feminist Conceptions of Autonomy"
    Prof. Natalie Stoljar, Philosophy
  • Stefania Gaudrault-Valente, Italian Studies
    "Vice and Tyranny in 16th Century Italian Pro-Woman Works"
    Prof. Marguerite Deslauriers, Philosophy
  • Daniel Lovsted, Philosophy
    "Fred Sommers' Term-Functor Logic: Notational Features and Philosophical Underpinnings"
    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy
  • David Rattray, Philosophy
    "Instrumental Hypnosis to Examine the Unconscious Mind"
    Prof. Amir Raz, Psychiatry

 

Summer 2016

  • Kelsey Brady, Philosophy and Political Science
    "From the Fable of the Bees to the Invisible"
    Prof. Jacob Levy, Political Science
  • Nancy Ferranti, Philosophy
    "Social Connectedness and Discrimination Online and Offline as Factors Modulating the Risk of Urban Living for Psychosis-Like Symptoms in Healthy Adults"
    Prof. Ian Gold, Philosophy

 

Summer 2015

  • Helen Baker, Philosophy
    "Feminist Interpretations of Machiavelli"
    Prof. Yves Winter, Political Science
  • Jean Mathieu Beauchemin, East Asian Studies and Philosophy
    "Broadcasting the Nation: Exploring the Relationship between radio technology and Chinese Nationalism"
    Prof. Thomas Lamarre, East Asian Studies
  • Yanicka Poirier, Philosophy
    "Equality & Superiority in 17th Century French Feminist Treatises"
    Prof. Marguerite Deslauriers, Philosophy
  • Eric Tweel, Political Science and Philosophy
    "Marx's Inferno: The Political Theory of Capital"
    Prof. William Clare Roberts, Political Science

 

Summer 2014

  • Bradley Miller, Cognitive Science
    "Axiomatic Characterizations of Analogies"
    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy
  • Ariane Poisson, Philosophy
    "Varieties of axiomatizations of symbolic logic"

    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy
  • Youcef Rahmani, Philosophy and Middle Eastern Studies
    "Oikonomia/Tadbir/Management: Towards a Geneology of Government in Modern Iran"
    Prof. Setrag Manoukian, Islamic Studies
  • Myra Sivaloganathan, Philosophy and Religion
    "Performative Divorce: Indian Jurisprudence of Unilateral Divorce"
    Prof. Katherine Lemons, Anthropology
  • Daria Sleiman, Philosophy
    "A Dual Process Theory of "Theory of Mind"
    Prof. Ian Gold, Philosophy
  • Agatha Slupek, Philosophy
    "Attending to Other Species' Vulnerability"
    Prof. Natalie Stoljar, Philosophy
  • Tianyu Zhang, Philosophy
  • "China Historical Archeological Database"
    Prof. Jeffrey Moser, East Asian Studies
  • Tiger Zheng, Philosophy
    "Signal, Safety and Success: An analysis of risk, benefit and translation after detection of clinical activity in drug development"
    Prof. Jonathan Kimmelman, Biomedical Ethics Unit

 

Summer 2013

  • Douglas Campbell, Philosophy
    "The Content and Context of Pasch's Lectures on Projective Geometry (1882)"
    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy

 

Summer 2012

  • Rachael Berta, Cognitive Science
    "The Cognitive Science of Geometry"
    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy
  • Samuel Stathakos, Cognitive Science
    "Modeling of Arithmetic with Different Numeral Systems"
    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy

 

Summer 2011

  • Tyler Call, Philosophy
    "The Works of Moritz Pasch"
    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy
  • Emilio Comay del Junco, German Studies and Philosophy
    "Writing Life: The History of Autobiography in German"
    Prof. Andrew Piper, German Studies
  • Amber Gross, Philosophy and History
    "A Sociological Analysis of the Use of Deadly Force From 1977-2010"
    Prof. Jason Carmichael, Sociology
  • Lyndon Entwistle, Philosophy
    "The Hard Problem of Consciousness"
    Prof. Storrs McCall, Philosophy
  • Elisabeth Gill, Philosophy and English
    "Jealousy, Belief-Salience and the Development of Delusion"
    Prof. Ian Gold, Philosophy

 

Summer 2010

  • Catherine Chiabaut, Philosophy and Langue et littérature françaises
    "Women, Rationality and Immortality: The Reception of Plato and Aristotle in 16th-17th C Feminists"
    Prof. Marguerite Deslauriers, Philosophy
  • M. Fariduddin Attar, Philosophy
    "Democracy, Identity, Culture and Citizenship"
    Prof. Philip Buckley, Philosophy
  • Leah Katzman, Philosophy
    "Understanding Belief"
    Prof. Ian Gold, Philosophy
  • Rachel Rudolph, Philosophy
    "Weierstrass' Lectures on "Principles of Analytic Functions", 1865/66"
    Prof. Dirk Schlimm, Philosophy