Ian James Kidd
Department of Philosophy
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Philosophy at Durham University. My research encompasses epistemology, philosophy of science, philosophy of medicine, philosophy of religion, plus a few other things. In October 2013, I began a three year funded research project entitled Epistemic Humility, kindly funded by an Addison Wheeler Fellowship.
I was previously lecturer in philosophy of religion at the University of Leeds and in January 2016 take up an assistant professorship in philosophy at the University of Nottingham.
I also work to improve the representation of women in the discipline of philosophy. I am founder and chair of the Durham Philosophy Diversity and Inclusion Group (DIG) and and am a Friend of the Society for Women in Philosophy (UK).
o Virtuous Adversariality (May 2015)
o Feyerabend 2015: Forty Years ‘Against Method’ (July 2015)
o Epistemic Vices (September 2015)
o Indian Philosophy (December 2015)
For more information on my teaching and research, or for any other queries, please do email me.
© Ian James Kidd, 2014