Sandra Lindblom is a Master’s student at Stockholm University, Sweden. Sandra is interested in recovering the contributions of neglected voices during the early modern period to issues pertaining to skepticism. At Project Vox she is contributing to the research on Mary Shepherd, whom was the topic of her recently completed MA dissertation.
Sergio A. Gallegos Ordorica is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He received his Licenciatura (B. A.) in Philosophy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in 2001 and his doctorate in Philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New […]
Sofia Ortiz-Hinojosa is an assistant professor of philosophy at Vassar College, where she teaches courses on epistemology, philosophy of mind, Latin American philosophy, philosophy of science, and ancient philosophy. She is a graduate of the philosophy PhD program at MIT, where she wrote a dissertation called, What Imagination Teaches, about the epistemic features of imagination and […]
Theresa Helke is a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy and Program in Logic at Smith College, MA. She received her PhD from the National University of Singapore and Yale-NUS College, writing a dissertation on indicative conditionals and apparent counterexamples to modus ponens and modus tollens. Before assuming her current position, she served as a Rural Community Health Coordinator […]
Anne Klok is an undergraduate student at Duke University studying Political Science and Philosophy. She is involved with Duke International Association on campus. She contributed translations of Anna Maria van Schurman’s letters to Project Vox.
Brandi Martin is an undergraduate planning on studying political science at Duke University. She has a specific interest in political philosophy and gender studies. For Project Vox, Brandi worked on the research and analysis of a portrait of Anna Maria van Schurman.
Montana Williams is an undergraduate studying Mechanical Engineering and Visual Arts at Duke University. His personal interests focus on design and brand realization, including work for the Duke Chronicle, Duke University Union, student groups, and freelance work. His role with Project Vox focused on researching Anna Maria van Schurman.
Fritz Nagel is member of the board of directors of the Bernoulli-Euler Center at the University of Basel, member of the Euler Commission of the Swiss Academy of Sciences and of the Académie internationale d’Histoire des Sciences. He has published books and articles on Nicolaus Cusanus, Leibniz, the mathematicians Bernoulli, Jacob Hermann, Leonhard Euler and […]
Bryce Gessell earned his PhD in Philosophy at Duke University, specializing in the history and philosophy of science, particularly the history of philosophy of mind and neuroscience. He has produced the transcription and translation of Du Châtelet’s Essai sur l’optique, and is currently preparing the critical text and commentary.