Professor Catedrático na Universidade de Chicago.
B.A. with Honors in English, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 1970
M.A. Philosophy (Minor: Greek), Pennsylvania State University 1972
Ph.D. Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, August 31, 1974
Pennsylvania State University (1970-74): Teaching Assistant; Instructor
New College, Sarasota, Florida (1974-75): Assistant Professor
University of California, San Diego (1975-present): Assistant Professor (1975-1981)
Associate Professor (1981-1989)
UCSD-NEH Humanities Institute, Summer 1984, 1985, 1986.
Chair of Department (1990-92)
University of Chicago (1992-Presente)
Atividade de lecionação e prémios:
2007-08 - Castle Lectures in Ethics, Politics and Economics, Yale University (Four
2007-08 – Donnellan Lectures, Trinity College, Dublin (Three lectures)
2005 (autumn) - Justus Hartnack Lecture, University of Aarhus, Denmark
2005 (autumn) – Henrietta Harvey Distinguished Visitor, Memorial University of
2005 – Evelyn Stefansson Nef Distinguished Service Professor
2005 (winter) - McCracken Distinguished Guest Lecture, Michigan State University
2005 (spring) - Renard Lecture, Creighton University
2004 (autumn) – Invited “Cours,” Le Collège de France (Four lectures)
2004 (autumn) - Ziegler Lecture, Saint Xavier University
2004 (spring) – Ryerson Lecture, University of Chicago
2004 - (spring) Thalheimer Lectures, The Johns Hopkins University (Three lectures)
2003 (autumn) Roland Altherr Lecture and Symposium, Haverford College
2003 – Faculty Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
2002 – Fellowship, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin (One year’s residence in Berlin, 2003-2004.
Areas of Specialization: Kant, German Idealism, Hegel, Nietzsche, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century European Philosophy, Critical Theory, Ancient Philosophy, Ethics, Political Philosophy.
Areas of Competence: Philosophy and Literature, History of Modern Philosophy, Issues in Epistemology and Metaphysics, Aesthetics.
Mais detalhes estão disponíveis em: http://philosophy.uchicago.edu/data/cv/PippinCV.pdf.