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Kristin Boyce

ACLS New Faculty Fellow

Aesthetics, History of Early Analytic Philosophy, Wittgenstein

The Humanities Center
Gilman 240
Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Fax: 410-516-7354



Kristin Boyce is currently an ACLS New Faculty Fellow in the Humanities Center and Department of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University. She received a doctorate in Philosophy from The University of Chicago in 2010. She is the recipient of numerous awards including an ACLS New Faculty Fellowship, a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from Stanford University, and a Josephine De Karmán Dissertation Fellowship.

Kristin’s primary research interests are in Philosophy of Art, History of Early Analytic Philosophy, and Wittgenstein. Her work has been published in The Journal for Philosophical Research and Dance Research. Her work is forthcoming in The Henry James Review 35.1 (Winter 2014), Wittgenstein and Literary Modernism (ed. Karen Zumhagen-Yekplé and Michael LeMahieu. University of Chicago Press, 2014), Thinking Through Dance (ed. J. Bunker, A Pakes and B. Crowell, Dance Books, 2013) and Ethics and the Limits of Sense: Essays on Wittgenstein and Value (ed. Reshef Agam-Segal and Edmund Dain). She is working on two book projects: Why Wander Into Fiction? Philosophy and Literature in the Condition of Modernism and Beauty and the Predicate Calculus: An Analytic Approach to the Philosophy of Art

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