I am Project Director of The/La Collaborative, and international partnership aimed at enhancing culture in and around Humanities and Social Science education, skills and impact.
The/La Collaborative develops and implements cross-sectoral “collaboration protocols” that leverage experiential learning for postgraduate students to mobilise SSH know-how and expertise and build capacity in the community. We received SSHRC-funding in the 2018 Partnership Development Grant competition (grant# 890-2017-0088) and more recently a Partnership Engage Grant (grant # 1008-2020-0152) and an Insight Development Grant (grant #430-2021-00584) as well as funding from the Future Skills Centre to expand the initiative. Over the last year we have also benefitted from the ongoing support of Mitacs Accelerate programs for 2 PhD students and 1 Postdoc. More information is available HERE.
My research on Bolzano, Kant and logic in the nineteenth century has been funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council (grant# 435-2013-1265 ) as well. Logic from Kant to Russell , the most recent outcome, includes contributions by: Frederick Beiser, Nick Griffin, Jeremy Heis, Sean Morris, Lydia Patton, Consuelo Preti, Graham Priest, Erich Reck, Nick Stang and Clinton Tolley. In June 2018, Erich Reck and I co-hosted a workshop at McMaster on Methodology and Historiography that builds on metaphilosophical aspects of my previous research. We are currently working on a connected collection of essays. More information forthcoming in 2021.
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Land Acknowledgement: My research is conducted from McMaster University. I acknowledge the privilege of working on the traditional territory of the Haudensaunee, Mississauga and Anishnaabeg peoples and subject to the Dish With One Spoon Wampum agreement. This territory is also covered by the Upper Canada Treaties and directly adjacent to Haldiman Treaty territory.
Below is a list of philosophy books. For publications on postsecondary education policy, knowledge mobilisation and research talent building, take a look at the work we do at The/La Collaborative.