The Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College invites applications for the Burt Dorsett '53 postdoctoral fellow in ethics. The Dorsett fellowship program supports new scholars whose research addresses questions of ethics from a range of perspectives in moral philosophy, political philosophy, applied ethics, professional ethics or philosophy of law.
This is a two-year (2023-2025) residential fellowship program. For the duration of the fellowship, Dorsett fellows are expected to pursue independent research while participating in the intellectual life of the Ethics Institute. This includes participating in the Institute's annual moral and political philosophy workshop where both junior and senior scholars come to campus to discuss new work in ethics. The Dorsett fellow will also participate in the Institute's annual student fellowship program by discussing their own research with our undergraduate fellows. The Dorsett fellow will also teach a course related to ethics in the second year. Apply through Interfolio here.