ELIZABETH S. ANDERSON

John Dewey Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies
Arthur F. Thurnau Professor
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Department of Philosophy
Angell Hall 2239  /  435 South State St.
Ann Arbor
, MI  48109-1003

Office: 734-763-2118
Fax: 734-763-8071
E-mail: eandersn@umich.edu
Web: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~eandersn/

EMPLOYMENT

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor:
  John Dewey Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, 2013-.
  John Rawls Collegiate Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, 2005-2013.
 
  Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, 2004-.
  Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, 1999-2005.
  Associate Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, 1993-1999.

  Adjunct Professor of Law, 1995, 1999, 2000.
  Assistant Professor of Philosophy, 1987-1993.
Swarthmore College, Visiting Instructor in Philosophy, 1985-6.
Harvard University, Teaching Fellow, 1983-1985.

EDUCATION

Harvard University, Department of Philosophy, 1981-1987.  A.M. Philosophy, 1984. Ph.D. 1987.
Swarthmore College, 1977-1981.  B.A. Philosophy with minor in Economics, High Honors, 1981.

HONORS, GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Nominee, Prospect’s World Thinkers 2014
Vice-President/President-Elect, Central Division, American Philosophical Association, 2013
Named John Dewey Distinguished University Professor, 2013
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 2013
ACLS Fellowship, 2013
Michigan Humanities Award, 2013 (declined)
Three Quarks Daily Philosophy Prize for 2012 blog entry, 2nd place
Joseph B. Gittler Award, American Philosophical Association (for "an outstanding scholarly contribution in the
philosophy of one or more of the social sciences," in recognition of The Imperative of Integration, 2011)
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2008
Michigan Humanities Fellow (University of Michigan), 2007
Named John Rawls Collegiate Professor, 2005
Honorable Mention, Fred Berger Memorial Prize (American Philosophical Association), 2003
    (for "Expressive Theories of Law")
John H. D'Arms Award for Distinguished Graduate Mentoring in the Humanities, 2002.
National Institutes of Health, 1999 ($430,465 over 3 years; co-PI.  PI: Toby Jayaratne).
Michigan Humanities Fellow (University of Michigan), 1999.
Nelson Fellow (Philosophy Department), 1998-.
Rackham Faculty Grant, 1996 ($14,400).
Office of Vice President for Research Grant (with Toby Jayaratne, Research Scientist, Center for
        Human Growth and Development), 1995 ($14,000).

Arthur F. Thurnau Professorship, awarded for excellence in undergraduate teaching, 1994-.
Selected by The Philosopher's Annual as author of one of ten best philosophical papers
        published in 1991.

University of Michigan College of LS&A Excellence in Education Award, 1991.
Humanities Institute Fellow, University of Michigan, 1989-90.
Emily and Charles Carrier Prize for Ph.D. Dissertation, Harvard University, 1988.
Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellow, 1986-7.  

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Feminist Theory, Epistemology  

ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

American Philosophical Association (Central Division), American Political Science Association, AAUP,
Human Development and Capabilities Association, Society for Analytical Feminism

PUBLICATIONS

Underlined titles link to abstracts, or, for online publications, to full text.

Books:

   
The Imperative of Integration.  Princeton, N.J.  Princeton University Press, 2010.

   Value in Ethics and in Economics.  Cambridge, Mass.  Harvard University Press, 1993.


Articles:

    “Reply to Critics of The Imperative of Integration,” Symposia on Gender, Race and Philosophy 9.2 (2013)
        (critics: Denise James, Chike Jeffers, Falguni Sheth, Ronald Sundstrom, Paul Taylor).

    “Social hierarchies and a New History of Egalitarianism,” Juncture 20.4 (2014): 258-267.

    “Journeys of a Feminist Pragmatist,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Association, forthcoming 2014.

    “Social Movements, Experiments in Living, and Moral Progress: Case Studies from Britain’s Abolition of Slavery,”
         Lindley Lecture
, University of Kansas, forthcoming 2014.

    “Equality and Freedom in the Workplace:  Recovering Republican Insights,” Social Philosophy and Policy, forthcoming, 2014.

    “Reply to Critics of The Imperative of Integration,” Political Studies Review, forthcoming 2014.

    “Outlaws,” The Good Society (special issue on mass incarceration and democratic theory), forthcoming 2014.

   “The Fact of Unreasonable Pluralism: Comments on Joshua Cohen’s ‘Politics, Power, Public Reason,’ ”
           in Christopher Kutz, ed., Tanner Lectures on Human Values (Berkeley), vol. -- (forthcoming).

    “Thomas Paine’s Agrarian Justice and the Origins of Social Insurance,” in Eric Schliesser, ed.,
           Ten Neglected Classics of Philosophy (Oxford UP, forthcoming).

    “The Social Epistemology of Morality: Learning from the Forgotten History of the Abolition of Slavery
           in Miranda Fricker and Michael Brady, eds., The Epistemic Life of Groups: Essays in Collective Epistemology (Oxford UP, forthcoming).

    “Adam Smith and Equality,” in Ryan Hanley, ed., The Princeton Guide to Adam Smith (Princeton University Press, forthcoming).

    “Human Dignity as a Concept for Economy,” forthcoming, in Marcus Duwell, ed., Cambridge Handbook of Human Dignity (Cambridge UP).

    “Epistemic Justice as a Virtue of Social Institutions,” Social Epistemology 26.2 (2012): 163-173.

    “Race, Culture, and Educational Opportunity,” Theory and Research in Education 10.2 (2012): 105-129.
    
 
   “Equality,” in David Estlund, ed., Oxford Handbook in Political Philosophy (Oxford UP, 2012), pp. 40-57.

    “The Fundamental Disagreement between Luck Egalitarians and Relational Egalitarians,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary vol. 36 (2012): 1-23.

    “Democracy, Public Policy, and Lay Assessments of Scientific Testimony,” Episteme 8.2 (2011): 144-164.

    "Defending the Capabilities Approach to Justice," in Harry Brighouse and Ingrid Robeyns, eds., Measuring Justice: Primary Goods and Capabilities
           (Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 81-100.

     Brown, Tony; Akiyama, Mark; White, Ismail; Jayaratne, Toby; Anderson, Elizabeth,  "Differentiating Contemporary Racial Prejudice from Old-Fashioned
           Racial Prejudice." Race and Social Problems 1 (2009): 97–110.

     "Toward a Non-Ideal, Relational Methodology for Political Philosophy: Comments on Schwartzman’s Challenging Liberalism," Hypatia 24.4 (2009):
           130-145.

     "Expanding the Egalitarian Toolbox: Equality and Bureaucracy," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume 82 (2008): 139-160.

     "An Epistemic Defense of Democracy: David Estlund’s Democratic Authority" (Review Essay), Episteme 5.1 (2008): 129-139.

    "Emotions in Kant's Later Moral Philosophy:  Honor and the Phenomenology of Moral Value," in Monika Betzler, ed., Kant's Ethics of Virtue
          (New York and Berlin: de Gruyter, 2008), pp. 123-145.

          "Democracy: Instrumental vs. Non-Instrumental Value," in Thomas Christiano and John Christman, eds., Contemporary Debates in Political Philosophy
         (Oxford: Blackwell, 2009), pp. 213-228.

  "        "Affirmative Action and Fraser's Redistribution-Recognition Dilemma" in Kevin Olson, ed., Adding Insult to Injury: Nancy Fraser Debates
        Her Critics (London and New York: Verso, 2008).

     "The Future of Racial Integration," in Lawrence Thomas, ed., Social Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell, 2008), pp. 229-249.

"How Should Egalitarians Cope with Market Risks?," Theoretical Inquiries in Law 9 (2007): 61-92.

"If God is Dead, is Everything Permitted?," in Louise Antony, ed., Philosophers without Gods: Meditations on Atheism and the Secular Life
(Oxford University Press, 2007), pp. 215-230.

"Fair Opportunity in Education: a Democratic Equality Perspective," Ethics  117 (2007): 595-622.

"The Epistemology of Democracy," Episteme 3 (2006): 9-23.

"Recent Thinking about Sexual Harassment: A Review Essay," Philosophy and Public Affairs 34 (2006): 284-311.

 "Reply to Critics of My 'Uses of Value Judgments in Feminist Social Science'," Symposium on Race, Gender, and Philosophy
(commentators Linda Alcoff, Sharon Clough, Marianne Janack, Charles Mills), January 2006, online: http://web.mit.edu/sgrp/2006/no1/Anderson0106.pdf.

     "Critical Notice: Amartya Sen, Rationality and Freedom," Philosophical Review 114 (2005): 253-271.

     "Dewey's Moral Philosophy," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2010 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.),
            URL = <http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2010/entries/dewey-moral/>, 2010.

    "Moral Heuristics: Rigid Rules or Flexible Inputs in Moral Deliberation?" Commentary on Cass Sunstein, "Moral Heuristics,"Behavioral and Brain Sciences
            28 (4) (2005): 544-545.


    "Welfare, Work Requirements, and Dependent Care," Journal of Applied Philosophy 21 (2004): 243-256.

    "Ethical Assumptions of Economic Theory: Some Lessons from the History of Credit and Bankruptcy," Ethical Theory and Moral Practice  7 (2004):
            347-360.

    "Racial Integration as a Compelling Interest," Constitutional Commentary 21 (2004): 101-127.    

    "Rethinking Equality of Opportunity: Comment on Adam Swift's How Not to be a Hypocrite," Theory and Research in Education 2 (2004): 99-110.

   
Lanie, Angela D.; Jayaratne, Toby Epstein; Sheldon, Jane P.; Kardia, Sharon L. R.; Anderson, Elizabeth S.; Feldbaum, Merle; Petty, Elizabeth M.; (2004),
        "Exploring the Public Understanding of Basic Genetic Concepts," Journal of Genetic Counseling 13 (4): 305-320. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/44921>.

    "Sen, Ethics, and Democracy," Feminist Economics  9 (2003): 239-261.

    "Uses of Value Judgments in Feminist Social Science: A Case Study of Research on Divorce," Hypatia 19 (2004): 1-24.

    "Situated Knowledge and the Interplay of Value Judgments and Evidence in Scientific Inquiry," in P. Gärdenfors, J. Wolenski and K. Kijania-Placek, eds.
            In the Scope of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, vol. 2 (Kluwer, 2002), pp. 497-517.

    "Animal Rights and the Values of Nonhuman Life," in Martha Nussbaum and Cass Sunstein, eds., Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions
            (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002).

    "Integration, Affirmative Action, and Strict Scrutiny," NYU Law Review, 77 (2002): 1195-1271.

    "Should Feminists Reject Rational Choice Theory?" in Louise Anthony and Charlotte Witt, eds. A Mind of One's Own (2d. ed.)
            (Boulder: Westview, 2001), 369-397.

    "Feminist Epistemology and Philosophy of Science," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2004 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.),
            URL =<http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2004/entries/feminism-epistemology/>, 2001, revised 2003 and 2010.

    "Unstrapping the Straitjacket of  'Preference': on Amartya Sen's Contributions to Philosophy and Economics," Economics and Philosophy 17 (2001): 21-38.

    "Expressive Theories of Law: A General Restatement" (with Richard Pildes), University of Pennsylvania Law Review 148 (2000): 1503-1575.

    "Why Commercial Surrogate Motherhood Unethically Commodifies Women and Children: Reply to McLachlan and Swales,"
        Health Care Analysis
8 (1), 2000.

   "From Normative to Empirical Sociology in the Affirmative Action Debate: Bowen and Bok's The Shape of the River,"
        Journal of Legal Education
50 (2000): 284-305.

   "Beyond Homo Economicus: New Developments in Theories of Social Norms," Philosophy and Public Affairs 29 (2000): 170-200.

    "Anderson replies to Arneson, Christiano, and Sobel," Brown Electronic Article Review Service, December 1999, Jamie Dreier and
        David Estlund, editors (replies to critics of "What is the Point of Equality?")

   "What is the Point of Equality?," Ethics 109 (1999): 287-337.

  "Soberaní­a del consumidor versus soberaní­a del ciudadano.  Algunos errores en la economí­a neoclásica del bienestar," Isegoria (Madrid)
        18 (1998): 19-46. ("Consumer Sovereignty vs. Citizens' Sovereignty: Some Errors in Neoclassical Welfare Economics")

  "John Stuart Mill on Democracy as Sentimental Education," in Amelie Rorty, ed., Philosophers on Education (Chicago: University of  Chicago Press, 1998),
        pp. 333-352.

   "Pragmatism, Science, and Moral Inquiry," in Richard Fox and Robert Westbrook, eds. In Face of the Facts: Moral Inquiry in American Scholarship
     (Cambridge: Woodrow Wilson Center Press/Cambridge University Press, 1998), pp. 10-39.

   "Practical Reason and Incommensurable Goods," in Ruth Chang, ed.,  Incommensurability, Incomparability, and Practical Reason
      (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1997).

   "Consumer Sovereignty or Citizen Disenfranchisement?  The Question of  Economic Value in Relation to Public Spaces," CENTER
       (journal of the Center for American Architecture and Design, University of Texas at Austin) 10 (1997): 27-39.

   "Comment on Dawson's "Exit, Voice, and Values in Economic Institutions," Economics and Philosophy 13 (1997): 101-105.

   "Knowledge, Human Interests, and Objectivity in Feminist Epistemology," Philosophical Topics 23 (1995): 27-58.

   "Reasons, Attitudes, and Values: Replies to Sturgeon and Piper," Ethics 106 (1996): 538-554.

   "Feminist Epistemology: An Interpretation and Defense," Hypatia 10 (1995): 50-84.

   "The Democratic University: the Role of Justice in the Production of Knowledge," Social Philosophy and Policy 12 (1995): 186-219.

   "John Stuart Mill and Experiments in Living,"  Ethics 102 (1991): 4-26.

   "Compensation within the Limits of Reliance Alone,"  in John W. Chapman, ed., Compensatory Justice: Nomos, vol. 33, (1991), pp. 178-185.

   "Slinging Arrows At Democracy: Social Choice Theory, Pluralism, and Democratic Politics."  with Richard Pildes
      Columbia Law Review
90 (December 1990): 2121-2214.

   "The Ethical Limitations of the Market." Economics and Philosophy 6 (1990): 179-205.

    "Is Women's Labor a Commodity?" Philosophy and Public Affairs 19 (1990): 71-92.

   "Women and Contracts: No New Deal." Review Essay on Carole Pateman, The Sexual Contract. Michigan Law Review 88 (May 1990): 1792-1810.

    "Values, Risks, and Market Norms,"  Philosophy and Public Affairs 17(1988): 54-65.

   Hugh M. Lacey and Elizabeth Anderson, "Spatial Ontology and Physical Modalities," Philosophical Studies 38 (1980): 261-285.
 

Brief Reviews:

   Review of John Tomasi, Free Market Fairness, Political Theory 41 (2013): 163-166.
   Review of Debra Satz, Why Some Things Should Not Be for Sale, New Political Economy (March 2012,  DOI: 10.1080/13563467.2012.647764)

   Review of Cassandra Pinnick, Noretta Koertge, and Robert Almeder, eds., Scrutinizing Feminist Epistemology,
       Metascience 13 (2004): 395-399.
   Review of Margaret Radin, Contested Commodities. Ethics 109 (1999): 914-917.
  
Review of Amartya Sen, Inequality Reexamined. Economics and Philosophy 11 (1995): 182-88.
   Review of Sharon Lloyd, Ideals as Interests in Hobbes' Leviathan. International Studies in Philosophy 28 (1995): 123-124.
   Review of Robert Kuenne, Economic Justice in American Society.  Journal of Economic Literature 32 (1994): 16-18.
   Review of Barbara Herman, The Practice of Moral Judgment. Philosophical Review 103 (1994): 768-771.
   Review of Michael Stocker, Plural and Conflicting Values.  Philosophical Review 101 (1992): 931-933.
   Review of Charles Larmore, Patterns of Moral Complexity. Philosophical Review 99 (July 1990): 472-474.

Interviews/Discussions:

   Podcast Interview on Egalitarianism, Cato Institute, April 8, 2014.
   Interview by Nick Pearce, Juncture 19.3 (Aug-Oct. 2012): 188-193.
   “The New Leveller,” interview by Richard Marshall, 3:AM Magazine, July 25, 2012.
   Interview by Richard Carrier, Freethought Blogs, May 17, 2012.
   Interview (filmed) on racial integration by Ross Jacobs, Chicago Institute for Western Civilization, University of Chicago, Nov. 15, 2012.
   Interview by Jason Swadley, The Art of Theory: Conversations in Political Philosophy,  forthcoming.
   Podcast Interview by Robert Talisse on The Imperative of Integration in New Boooks in Philosophy, September 1, 2011.
   Discussion with David Schmidtz on Equality on Philosophy TV, November 29, 2010.
   "Five Questions in Normative Ethics," in Thomas Petersen and Jesper Ryberg, eds., Normative Ethics: 5 Questions (Automatic Press, 2007), pp. 1-11.
   "Egalitarian Theory and Practice: An Interview with Elizabeth Anderson," Imprints 9 (2005): 3-28.

Other Publications:

    “The Inaudible Majority,” Guest Column for The Economist’s Democracy in America blog, February 6, 2014.
    “American Conservative Politics and the Long Shadow of Slavery” Guest Post for Daniel Little’s Understanding Society blog, November 19, 2013.
    PEA Soup Featured Philosopher, July 22, 2013.
    “Recharting the Map of Social and Political Theory: Where is Government? Where is Conservatism?,” (June 12, 2012)
         Symposium on John Tomasi’s Free Market Fairness in Bleeding Heart Libertarians.
    Response to Michael Sandel, “How Markets Crowd Out Morals,” Boston Review (May/June 2012).
    “Segregation,” Encyclopedia of Political Thought, Michael Gibbons, ed. (Blackwell, forthcoming).
    “Why Racial Integration Remains an Imperative,” Poverty & Race 20.4 (July/August 2011) (http://www.prrac.org/newsletters/julaug2011.pdf): 1-2, 17-19.
      (A publication of the Poverty and Race Research Action Council)

    “The War at Home,” Democracy 22 (Fall 2011) (Symposium on the 9/11 Decade).
     "Affirmative Action is about Helping All of Us," Chronicle of Higher Education, May 29, 2011

    “Social Democracy and Freedom,” Consider, October 27, 2010.  
    “What Should Egalitarians Want?” with 3 additional commentaries on Will Wilkinson, Cato Unbound conversation on Inequality: Facts and Values,
        (October 2009) (Cato Institute Online Magazine).

    Left2Right Blog, contributor (URL: http://left2right.typepad.com/).
   "How Not to Criticize Feminist Epistemology," review of Cassandra Pinnick, Noretta Koertge, and Robert Almeder, eds.,
         Scrutinizing Feminist Epistemology, (2004).
    The Geography of Race in the U.S. (with Jeff Jones).

    Annotated Bibliography on Race, Gender, and Affirmative Action.
    "Defending Affirmative Action," Against the Current 94 (Sept/Oct 2001): 19-22.
    "Optional Freedoms," Boston Review Oct/Nov 2000, 16.

     "Recent Work on Equality," Michigan Philosophy News, 1994.
     "Racism versus Academic Freedom," Against the Current 32 (May/June 1991): 24-28.

PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

“The Business Enterprise as an Ethical Agent”
    Inaugural Assembly, Society for Progress (conference on the future of business), London, Royal Society, April 4-5, 2014

“The Quest for Free Labor: Pragmatism and Experiments in Emancipation”
    Amherst Lecture in Philosophy, Amherst College, March 6, 2014

“Journeys of a Feminist Pragmatist”
    John Dewey Lecture, APA Central Division, Chicago, February 27, 2014

“The Political Economy of Moral Progress: Emancipation and Experiments in Free Labor”
    John Dewey Distinguished University Professor Lecture, University of Michigan, January 30, 2014

“Social Movements, Experiments in Living, and Moral Progress: Case Studies from Britain’s Abolition of Slavery” (revised)
       Lindley Lecture, University of Kansas, February 11, 2014

“Equality and Freedom in the Workplace:  Recovering Republican Insights”
    Equality and Public Policy Conference, Ohio University, November 15, 2013

“Social Movements, Experiments in Living, and Moral Progress: Case Studies from Britain’s Abolition of Slavery”
       Arthur Allen Leff Fellowship Lecture, Yale Law School, September 30, 2013
       EDGe talk, Philosophy Department, November 21, 2013

Author meets Critics panel on The Imperative of Integration (critics Lawrie Balfour, Michael Dawson, Jack Knight, Cara Wong)
    APSA meetings August 29, 2013

Discussant, Religion and Politics Beyond Church and State Panel (comments on papers by Benjamin Hertzberg and Andrew March)
    APSA meetings August 30, 2013

“Equality Reexamined: French and U.S. Perspectives,” (with Pierre Rosanvallon and Magali Bessone)
    Sciences-Po, Paris, June 14, 2013

“A History of Egalitarianism,” (with comments by Ben Jackson and Ann Phillips),
    IPPR, London, June 13, 2013

“Slavery, Emancipation, and the Relation of Freedom to Equality”
    Wesson Lecture, Stanford University, and panel discussion (Josh Cohen, David Hollinger) May 9-10, 2013
    MAP lecture, Yale University, October 1, 2013

“Against Debt Moralism,”
   DEBTx Conference, University of Michigan, April 12, 2013

“The Social Epistemology of Morality: Learning from the Forgotten History of the Abolition of Slavery”
   Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University, April 4, 2013
   Mershon Citizenship Speaking Series, Ohio State University, March 29, 2013
   Kadish Lecture, Berkeley Law School, February 21, 2013
   Philosophy Department, University of Miami, November 11, 2012
   Political Philosophy Workshop, Brown University, October 11, 2012

“The People Themselves: Between Revolution and Representation from 1789 to Port Huron and Beyond”
   Fall 2012 series, A New Insurgency: The Port Huron Statement in Its Time and Ours, University of Michigan, October 18, 2012

Seminar discussion on my current work on egalitarianism
   NEH Summer Seminar, Washington University, St. Louis, June 7, 2012

Author Meets Critics, The Imperative of Integration
    American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division meetings, Dec. 30, 2011

Panelist, "Bald Head or with Dread Locks": UM-DPS Crime Alerts, Viral Racism, and the Politics of Campus Safety,”
    Students of Color of Rackham (SCOR) town-hall meeting, University of Michigan, Nov. 11, 2011

Panelist,"Thinking Occupation: Philosophers Respond to Occupy Wall Street"
 American Philosophical Association (Eastern Division), Dec. 28, 2011

“Tom Paine and the Ironies of Social Insurance,”
    Lindner Lecture & replies to commentators, College of Wooster, Sept. 13-14, 2012
    Appignani Foundation Lecture on Science, Reason & Secular Ethics, University of Miami, November 11, 2012
    John Dewey Lecture, University of Chicago Law School, Feb. 29, 2012
    Henri J. Renard, Endowed Lecture in Philosophy, Creighton University, March 22, 2012

“The Fundamental Disagreement between Luck Egalitarians and Relational Egalitarians,”
    Binghamton University Philosophy Colloquium, April 14, 2011
    Scandinavian conference and PhD. course in political philosophy (Nordic Network on Political Ethics--NNPE), Vejlefjord, Denmark, May 30, 2011
    Bowling Green University Philosophy Colloquium, April 12, 2012

“What is Egalitarianism?”
    London School of Economics, June 2, 2011

“Race, Culture, and Educational Opportunity,”
    Spencer Foundation Conference on Race, Opportunity, and Education, School of Education, Harvard University, Oct. 14-15

   “Democracy, Public Policy, and Lay Assessments of Scientific Testimony,”
Conference on Collective Knowledge and Epistemic Trust, Greifswald, Germany, May 6-8, 2010

         Keynote Address, TRiP Conference on Science, Knowledge, and Democracy, University of South Carolina, April 1, 2011

    “Cohen, Justice, and Interpersonal Justification,”
American Political Science Association Meetings, September 4, 2010
Center for Ethics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, September 24, 2010
Chapel Hill Philosophy Colloquium, University of North Carolina, October 15, 2010

“John Stuart Mill on Democracy as Sentimental Education,”
    University of Chicago Law School, Seminar Series on Utilitarianism and the Law, October 30, 2009

“Expanding the Egalitarian Toolbox [3]: Strategies for Overcoming Esteem Hierarchies,”
    Austin and Hempel Lecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, Sept. 18, 2009.

“What is Egalitarianism?”
    Keynote address, Society for Ethical and Political Philosophy, Northwestern University, May 21, 2010
    Austin and Hempel Lecture, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, Sept. 17, 2009.
    Philosophy Department, Kenyon College, October 8, 2009.
    Law and Equality Conference, University of Michigan Law School, October 9, 2009.

Manuscript workshop on The Imperative of Integration,
    Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics, Georgia State University, May 14-15, 2009 (commentors: Andrew Altman, Anthony Appaih,
    Eamonn Callon, Andrew I. Cohen, Andrew J. Cohen, Ann Cudd, Jorge Garcia, Peter Lindsay, Glenn Loury, George Rainbolt).

“Democracy and Racial Integration”
    Harvard Political Theory Colloquium, October 10, 2008
    Cornell University Department of Philosophy, May 1, 2009
    Philosophy Department, Kenyon College, October 8, 2009

“Expanding the Egalitarian Toolbox”
    Philosophy Department, Princeton University, April 3, 2008
    Philosophy Department, University of Utrecht, Netherlands, May 22, 2008
    Joint Session, Aristotelian Society and Mind Association, University of Aberdeen, July 13, 2008

“Emotions in Kant’s Moral Philosophy”
    Seminar, Philosophy Department, University of Utrecht, Netherlands, May 23, 2008

Critic for Author Meets Critics Session on Lisa Schwartzman, Challenging Liberalism
    Central Division APA, Chicago, April 17, 2008

"Expanding the Egalitarian Toolbox (I): Two Cheers for Capitalism and Bureaucracy,"
     Ethics Program and Department of Political Science, University of Oslo, Norway, September 27, 2007.

"Expanding the Egalitarian Toolbox (II): The Imperative of Integration,"
     Ethics Program and Department of Political Science, University of Oslo, Norway, September 28, 2007

"The Imperative of Integration: Race and Education,"
    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, May 17, 2012
    Frank L. Bixby Lecture, Spencer Foundation, Chicago, October 22, 2008
    School of Education, University of Michigan, March 13, 2009
    Veroni Memorial Lecture in Philosophy and the Humanities, Kent State University, November 9, 2007.
    John Rawls Collegiate Professorship in Philosophy and Women's Studies Inaugural Lecture,
        University of Michigan, February 15, 2007.

Comments on Joshua Cohen’s "Power, Reason, and Politics,"
    Tanner Lectures on Human Values, University of California, Berkeley, April 12, 2007.

Panelist, "The Place of the Poor in the Theory of Justice,"
    Poorest of the Poor Conference, Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan, February 6, 2007.

"How Should Egalitarians cope with Market  Risk?,"
    Legal Luck Conference, Hebrew University and Tel Aviv University, Israel, Jan. 4, 2007.

Debate with Carl Cohen on Proposition 2: Michigan Civil Rights Initiative,
    Greenhills School, October 23, 2006.

"Against Desert: Markets, Equality, and Pure Procedural Justice,"
    Markets and Equality Conference, Stanford University, Sept. 30, 2006.

"The Epistemology of Democracy,"
    Episteme Conference, University of Toronto, June 2, 2006.
    Philosophy Department, Columbia University, October 19, 2006.

"Fair Opportunity in Education: a Democratic Equality Perspective"
    MIT Conference on Equality of Opportunity in Education, March 25, 2006. 

Debate with Rev. Ira Combs on Affirmative Action
        sponsored by Toward a Fair Michigan, Eastern Michigan University, March 22, 2006.

 Political Economy and Taxes workshop (on my Left2Right blog entries)
        Stanford University, Political Science Department, February 24, 2006.

 "Democracy: Instrumental vs. Non-Instrumental Value"
        Stanford Law School, Legal Theory Workshop, February 23, 2006.

 "Situated Knowledge, Collective Identities, and Integration"
        Complexity of Diversity Conference, University of Michigan, November 10, 2005.

"The Imperative of Racial Integration"
        Carnegie Mellon University, James La Paglia Lecture in Ethics, Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics, October 6, 2005.

"Consumer Sovereignty vs. Citizens' Sovereignty: Some Errors in Neoclassical Welfare Economics"
           Carnegie Mellon University, Philosophy Dept. workshop, October 6, 2005.

"Europe's Problem, and Ours: Integration of Ethnic Minorities
            Department of Political Science, University of Stockholm, May 18, 2005.
            Department of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen, May 20, 2005.
            MIT, Philosophy Dept., March 24, 2005.

"Racial Integration as a Compelling Interest,"
        Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan, Sept. 20, 2005.

"Situated Knowledge, Collective Identities, and Integration," 
        Complexity of Diversity Conference, University of Michigan, November 10, 2005.

"Sexual Harassment in International Perspective,"
    Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder, April 1, 2005
    Department of Philosophy, UCLA, April 15, 2005
    University of Copenhagen, Philosophy Dept. workshop, May 19, 2005

"Identification of Climate Injustices and Barriers to Climate Justice" (panelist) in the
    Just Climate?
Pursuing Environmental Justice in the Face of Global Climate Change conference,
    University of Michigan, March 26, 2004

"The Interaction of Facts and Values in Social Science," roundtable presentation at Mills College, Jan. 30, 2004.

"Ethical Assumptions of Economic Theory: Some Lessons from the History of Credit and Bankruptcy"
      Societas Ethica Conference on Economics and Ethics, Sigtuna, Sweden, August 24, 2003
      James A. Moffett Lecture in Ethics, Program in Ethics and Public Affairs, Princeton University, October 16, 2003
      Philosophy Department Colloquium, Duke University, April 16, 2004

 "Affirmative Action and the Need for Integration,"
    Stanford University conference on "Diverse Approaches to Affirmative Action," May 16, 2003.   

"The Prisoner's Dilemma: Solved"
      Vanderbilt University Department of Philosophy, September 13, 2002.
      Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, October 24, 2002.
      Bowling Green University Department of Philosophy, November 8, 2002.
      Georgetown University Department of Philosophy, April 4, 2003.

"Values and Social Science," at the "Science, Values, and Society" conference 
    Swarthmore College, sponsored by the Grater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, March 21, 2003.

Commentator on Anthony Appiah's Marc and Constance Jacobson Lecture, "Whose Life Is It Anyway?
    Identity and Individuality in Ethics and Politics," Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan, March 18, 2003.

Panelist, "Women as Commodities: the Value of Gender"at the "Women, Money, and Power"
    international conference, sponsored by the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, October 25, 2002.

Panelist, "Feminist Pedagogy and Racially Integrated Education" at the national conference, "Redefining Identity    
Politics: Internationalism, Feminism, Multiculturalism"
    The Project for the Future of Minority Studies and the Program in Comparative Literature's
    Global Ethnic Literatures Seminar, October 18, 2002, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

"The Case for Affirmative Action," debate with Roger Clegg (lawyer, Center for Equal Opportunity),
    Federalist Society and the Black Law Students' Association, Law School, University of Michigan, April 15, 2002.

"Rehabilitating the Ideal of Racial Integration,"
    Keynote Address, Graduate Student Philosophy Conference/Annual Philosophy Public Lecture,
    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaigne, March 29, 2002.

"The Prisoner's Dilemma Solved: from Self-Interest to Identity Politics and Beyond,"
     University of Illinois, U-C Department of Philosophy, March 29, 2002
     Albion College campus-wide convocation, sponsored by the Center for Meaning and Value, Sept. 20, 2001.

"Confronting Injustice: Affirmative Action in South Africa and the United States,"
    Panel presentation for the interdisciplinary conference series, "Legacies of Injustice,"
    University of Michigan (CAAS, Comparative Literature) February 15, 2001.

"Ethical Implications of Evolutionary Psychology and Genetic Engineering,"
    2001 Jerome B. Wiesner Symposium, Genes and  Human Nature Panel, University of Michigan, Dec. 7, 2001

"Integration, Affirmative Action, and Strict Scrutiny,"
   Wayne State University (Political Science), April 11, 2001.
   U. California Berkeley Law School (Boalt Hall), April 13, 2001.
   Stanford University Law School, April 16, 2001.
   Yale Law School, April 4, 2002
   USD Law School, November 16, 2001
   NYU Law School, Oct. 18, 2001

"Integration, Compensation, and Affirmative Action," Harvard Law School, October 26, 2000.

"Unstrapping the Straitjacket of "Preference": on Amartya Sen's Contributions to Philosophy and
    Economics," American Philosophical Association, Central Division Meetings, April 22, 2000.

"Situated Knowledge and the Interplay of Value Judgments and Evidence in Scientific Inquiry."
    Invited paper, 11th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science.
         Cracow, Poland.  August 23, 1999.
    Department of Philosophy, Arizona State University, March 2000.

"Diversity Rationales for Affirmative Action in Higher Education: Critique and Reconstruction,"
    University of Kentucky, Department of Philosophy, February, 1999.

"The Roles of Values in Feminist Science: Comments on Lynn Nelson and Hugh Lacey,"
    Philadelphia Consortium of Philosophy, Swarthmore College, December 1997

"What is the Point of Equality?"
    University of North Carolina, 31st Philosophy Colloquium, Chapel Hill
    University of Chicago, Political Science Department

"What is Liberal Community?"
   Indiana University, Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions, February
    1997.

"Should Feminists Reject Rational Choice Theory?
   American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meetings, Atlanta, Ga., December 1996.
   Conference on Social Norms, University of Chicago Law School, April 1997.

"Equality, Recognition, and the Challenge to Liberalism."  Comments on Nancy Fraser's Tanner
    Lectures.
  Stanford University, May 1996.  2 seminar sessions.

"Knowledge, Human Interests, and Objectivity in Feminist Epistemology."
   Johns Hopkins University, Program in Political and Moral Thought, September 1995
   University of Toronto, School of Law, September 1995

"Pragmatism and Moral Inquiry."
   Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Washington, D.C. conference on "The Revival of Moral Inquiry
    in American Scholarship," May 1995

"Replies to Profs. Adrian Piper and Nick Sturgeon on Value in Ethics and Economics."
   American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Conference, "Author meets Critics"
    session, March 1995

"Pluralism, Economic Value, and the Values of Cities and Public Spaces."
   Conference on "The Question of Economic Value"
   University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture, October 1994

"Equality:  Political, not Metaphysical, Moral, or Mathematical."
   MIT, Department of Philosophy and Linguistics, October 1994

"The Ethical and Prudential Values of Socially Responsible Investment."
   Comment on Michael Knoll, "Socially Responsible Investment and Modern Financial
    Markets."  Oxford University/University of Southern California Law School Law/Philosophy
    Workshop, Balliol College, July 1994

"The Democratic University: the Role of Justice in the Production of  Knowledge."
    Social Philosophy and Policy Center Conference on "The Just Society", Bowling Green
        University, April 1994
   Yale University, Law School, September 1994

"Practical Reason and Incommensurable Goods."
    Conference on Incommensurable Values, sponsored by the University of
         Caen, France, April 1994
    University of Chicago Law/Philosophy Working Group, April 1994
    Harvard University, Department of Philosophy, March 1997

"Feminist Epistemology: An Interpretation and Defense."
    Columbia University, Law School, November 1993.
    University of Chicago Law School, April 1994.
    Northwestern University Law School, April 1994.
    University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Philosophy, Feb. 1995.

"John Stuart Mill as a Virtue Theorist."
    Comment on David Elliott, "The Judicious Aristotelian: John Stuart Mill
     and the Ethics of Virtue," APA Central Division Meetings, April 1993.

"The Liberal Origins of Radical Equality."
      University of Pittsburgh, Department of Philosophy, January 1993.

"Objective Inquiry and the Democratic University: A Perspective on the `PC'    Debates."
      University of Pittsburgh, Department of Philosophy, January 1993.

"Affirmative Action, Objectivity, and the Multicultural University."
      Harvard University, Program in Ethics and the Professions, October 1992.

"Expressive Rationality and Agent-Centered Moral Constraints."
      University of Pennsylvania, Philosophy Department, September 1992.

"Some Problems in the Normative Theory of Rational Choice."
      Public Choice Society Meetings, New Orleans, March 1992
      University of Michigan, Economics Department, March 1990.

"An Expressive Theory of Rational Choice."
      Cornell University, Philosophy Department, February 1992.

"Philosophy, Objectivity, and Standards of Excellence."
      University of Michigan, Conference on `Political Correctness', November    1991.

"Tolerance and Pluralism."
      Comment on Edward James, "Monism, Relativism, and Intolerance," APA Central Division
        Meetings, Chicago, April 1991.

"Caring and Evaluation: Reflections on the Diversity of Values."
      Central Michigan University, Philosophy Department, November 1990.

"Moral Relativism as an Attitude."
      Central Michigan University, Philosophy Department, November 1990.

"The Sources of Norms."
      University of Wisconsin, Philosophy Department, April 1990
      University of Chicago, Philosophy Department, February 1990.

"The Commodity Form."
      Williams College, Conference in Markets and Political Theory, April    1989.

"Mill and Conceptions of the Good."
      American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Conference, March    1989.

"Compensation within the Limits of Reliance Alone."
      Comment on Robert Goodin, "Compensation and Redistribution,"  American Society for
        Political and Legal Philosophy Conference, New Orleans, January    1989.

"What is Sociology: Social Science or Humanity?"
      University of Michigan, Sociology Department, December 1988.

"What's Wrong with Racism?: Individualist and Communitarian Views."
      Michigan State University, Philosophy Department, November 1988.

"Rational Choice and Social Behavior: A Philosophical Perspective."
      University of Michigan, Research Center for Group Dynamics Seminar,    September 1988.

"Is Women's Labor a Commodity?"
      University of Michigan, Conference of the Committee on Ethics, Humanism and Medicine,
        April 1987.
      University of Michigan, Center for Population Studies, October 1988.

"Descartes and the Origins of the Mind-Body Problem."
      Swarthmore College, Philosophy Department, April 1983.

Public Broadcasting

Interview/Podcast by Robert Talisse on The Imperative of Integration in New Books in Philosophy,
   September 1, 2011 (http://newbooksinphilosophy.com/2011/09/01/elizabeth-anderson-the-imperative-of-integration-princeton-up-2010/).
Elizabeth Anderson and David Schmidtz on Equality,” Philosophy TV, (61 min. video), Nov. 29, 2010.
Radio Interview, “The Great Divide,” on Big Ideas, ABC National Radio (Australia), October 26, 2008
    (on inequality in the U.S., with Larry Bartels, Robert Frank, Michael Gawenda, William Galston, and Robert Reich).
Guest speaker for Affirmative Action, Ken Taylor and John Perry, hosts, Philosophy Talk, KALW San Francisco, August 17, 2004.
Guest speaker for Markets and Morality, Ken Taylor and John Perry, hosts, Philosophy Talk, KALW San Francisco, March 9, 2004.
Guest speaker for The History of Equality, Gretchen Helfrich, host, Odyssey, Chicago Public Radio, WBEZ 91.5FM, August 18, 2003.
Call-in Program on Rehabilitating the Ideal of Racial Integration, David Inge, host, Focus 580, WILL-AM/NPR, University of Illinois, March 29, 2002.
"Affirmative Action and the Need for Integration," IRWG-sponsored lecture series,
  Broadcast on Community TV, Ann Arbor, February 2002.
Panelist on the Ethics of Gift-Giving, Gretchen Helfrich, host, Odyssey, Chicago Public Radio, WBEZ 91.5FM, December 24, 2001.
Discussant on Affirmative Action and the U-M Lawsuits, The Warren Pierce Show, WJR (760AM), Dec. 15, 2000
   (opposite Carl Cohen, also responding to public call-ins).

COURSES TAUGHT

Honors Introduction to Philosophy
First-Year Philosophy Seminar on Emotion
Global Justice (co-taught with Frank Thompson, Economics, University of Michigan)
Law and Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Problems
Introduction to Political Philosophy
Introduction to Political Economy
19th Century Social and Political Philosophy
Ethics
Undergraduate Senior Seminar in Ethics
Undergraduate Senior Seminar on Global Justice
Undergraduate Senior Seminar on Doing Well, Doing Good, and Doing Evil
Topics in Political Philosophy
Philosophy of the Social Sciences
Social Philosophy
Theory of Value
Topics in Ethics
Topics in Feminist Philosophy (crosslisted with Women's Studies) (Feminist Epistemology and Philosophy of Science)
Graduate Proseminar in Ethics (co-taught with Allan Gibbard, Stephen Darwall)
Graduate Seminar in History of Philosophy: Philosophy of John Dewey
Graduate Seminar in Ethics
Graduate Seminar in Practical Reasoning and Moral Relativism
Graduate Seminar in Social Philosophy (topic: Social Norms)
Graduate Seminar in Social and Political Philosophy (topic: Egalitarianism)
Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory, Social Construction, and Agency (co-taught with Sally Haslanger)
Graduate Seminar in Sociology and Philosophy (co-taught with Mayer Zald, Sociology, University of Michigan)
Law, Economics, and Alternatives to Both (in Law School)
Race, Gender, and Affirmative Action (in Law School)

SERVICE TO PROFESSION (selected)

Vice President, Central Division, American Philosophical Association, 2013-2014
Chair, APA Task Force on Inclusion and Diversity, 2013-2014
Board Member, PIKSI (Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute, Penn State), 2013-
Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship selection committee, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 2011
Executive Committee, AAUP, University of Michigan chapter, 2004-5
Nominating Committee, American Philosophical Association Central Division, 1999-2000, 2004-5
Advisory Committee to APA Eastern Division Program Committee, 1998
Nominating Committee, APA Central Division, 1997-8
Advisory Committee to APA Eastern Division Program Committee,1997
Program Committee, APA Central Division,  1994
Associate Editor: Hypatia,
2008-2013
Editorial Board (various years): American Philosophical Quarterly, Economics and Philosophy, Ethics, Ethics and Social Philosophy, Imprints, Journal of Human Development, Law Ethics & Philosophy,  Philosophy and Public Affairs, Politics Philosophy & Economics, Public Affairs Quarterly, Social Theory and Practice
Journal Referee:
  Analyse & Kritik, APA Newsletter on Feminist Philosophy, American Political Science Review, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Comparative Studies in Society and History, Du Bois Review, Economics and Philosophy, Education Finance and Policy, Episteme, Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, Ethical Perspectives, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Ethics and Justice, European Journal of Political Philosophy, Feminist Economics, Hastings Center Report, Hypatia, International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Journal of Economic Methodology, Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Journal of Moral Philosophy, Journal of Philosophical Research, Journal of Political Philosophy, Journal of Social Philosophy, Law and Society Review, Monist, Nous, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Perspectives on Politics, Philosopher's Imprint, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Philosophical Quarterly, Philosophy Politics & Economics, Perspectives on Politics, Political Studies, Political Theory, Politics and Gender, Polity, Ratio Juris, Res Publica, Science and Engineering Ethics, Signs, Social Epistemology, Social Theory and Practice, Sociological Theory, Synthese, Theory and Science, Urban Affairs Review
Book Referee: Athlone Press, Blackwell, Cambridge University Press, Duke University Press, Harvard University Press, Oxford University Press, Princeton University Press, Routledge, Rowman and Littlefield, Wiley-Blackwell
Grant Proposal Referee: National Endowment for the Humanities, National Science Foundation,  Russell Sage Foundation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada