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Raffaele Rodogno

Lektor, forskningsprogramleder

EDUCATION

1999-03 University of St Andrews, Ph.D. in Philosophy
1998-99 University of St Andrews, Master Litteris in Philosophy
1996-97 University of London, L.S.E., M.Sc. Philosophy of the Social Sciences
1992-96 University of Geneva, IUHEI, Licence/Maîtrise in International Relations


RESEARCH AREAS

AOS
Ethics (inc. empirically informed); Well-Being; Rights; Emotions & the law; Punishment

AOC
Political Phil.; Applied Ethics; History of Ethics; Phil. of Action; Responsibility


FELLOWSHIPS AND RESEARCH AFFILIATIONS

2010-13 Postdoc, Forskning og Innovationsstyrelsen, University of Oxford and Aarhus
2008-10 Senior Research Fellow, Swiss National Fund at University of Oxford
2007-09 Research Affiliate, Department of Philosophy, Aarhus University
2007-08 Senior Research Fellow, Swiss National Fund at Harvard University
2005-07 Research Affiliate, Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences
2002 Associate Membership, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford
2001-02 Junior Research Fellowship, Swiss National Fund at St Andrews University
2000-01 Doctoral Fellowship, University of St Andrews


ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

2010-13 Postdoc, Forskning og Innovationsstyrelsen, University of Aarhus
2009-... Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Aarhus University
2008 ix-xii Scientific Collaborator, Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences
2008 ix-xii External Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Aarhus
2006-07 External Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Aarhus
2005-06 External Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Neuchâtel
2003-07 Lecturer (Maître Assistant), Department of Philosophy, University of Geneva
2002 Philosophy Teacher, St Kathrin’s School, St Andrews
1999-03 Teaching Assistant (Tutor) Department of Philosophy, University of St. Andrews


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses

Theories of Rights
The Moral Emotions
Philosophy and Cognitive Neuroscience (co-taught)
Political Philosophy
Ethics
Freedom and Responsibility
Metaethics
Hume’s Ethics
Practical and Theoretical Reason
Philosophy of Action

Tutorials

History and Context of Science
Reason and Argument/Formal and Informal Logic
Philosophy of Logic and Philosophy of Science
History of Ethics and Moral Problems Moral Theory and Philosophy of Religion
Political Philosophy and Texts
Moral Theory, Hume’s Ethics, Political Philosophy
Moral Theory, Kant's Ethics, and Aesthetics

High School

Introduction to Philosophy (6th form students)

Training

Course in Tutoring and Assessment, University of St Andrews (2000)