I am currently a Postdoctoral Associate in Philosophy and the Humanities at Yale University. Starting July 2019, I will be Assistant Professor in the philosophy department at Barnard College-Columbia University. I received my PhD in Philosophy from the University of Chicago in 2017.
I work on issues in moral psychology and ethics broadly construed (often overlapping with topics in social philosophy and aesthetics). In terms of figures, I work mostly on Kant and Freud, but also Nietzsche and Cavell.
I also write art and cultural criticism.
Here is an interview I did for the APA Blog.
(And this is Ivan, who is not my cat).
Whitney Humanities Center | Yale University
53 Wall Street, Room 307. New Haven, CT, 06511.
francey [.] russell [at] yale [.] edu
Header image credits (some favorite films):
Still from “Tokyo Story” (Yasujirō Ozu 1953)
Still from “The Kid with a Bike” (Dardenne brothers 2011)
Still from “The Night of the Hunter” (Charles Laughton 1955)
Criterion cover for “Safe” (Todd Haynes 1995)