Professor Elected as President of Society for Philosophy of Creativity, Central Division

March 12 2013
Category: Academics

Dr. Corey McCall, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion, was recently elected as President of the Central Division of the Society for Philosophy of Creativity. Duties for this position include coordinating the program for the Society’s meeting in conjunction with the Central Division of American Philosophical Association.

Dr. McCall also recently served as commentator for the Society’s session on the work of American philosopher of art Arthur Danto. The session took place during the American Philosophical Association-Central Division Meeting in New Orleans at the end of February.