I am excited to announce that I will be joining the department of philosophy at San José State University as an Assistant professor this fall! As a French Canadian born in snowy Québec, I very much look forward to discovering life on the West Coast.
"Political Liberalism and the False Neutrality Objection " is now available online at the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy.
"Civic Education in the Post-Truth Era: Intellectual Virtues and the Epistemic Threats of Social Media" is now forthcoming in a Routledge volume titled "Shaping Citizens: Philosophical Perspectives on Education" (edited by C. Macload and C. Tappolet).
Finally, "Kantian Constructivism and the Normativity of Practical Identities" is available online at Dialogue, the journal of the Canadian Philosophical Association.
I recently had confirmation that I will hold my two-year postdoctoral award from SSHRC and FRQSC at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics in 2018-19. I will then be based in London, where my wife lives and works. In 2019-20, I will hold my award at the Center for Ethics at the University of Toronto. I am, of course, very excited for this new adventure!
I was just awarded new postdoctoral funding from the Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada and the Fonds québécois de recherche sur la société for my research project "Democracy and Deceit: Rethinking Collective Decision-Making in the Era of Misinformation". I am currently working through the details of determining which universities will be my home institutions for the next two years.
I had tons of fun at the Political Epistemology Conference in London. Great feedback and great discussions. Thanks to Robin McKenna and Michael Hannon for organizing the event. I certainly hope it won't be the last of its kind!