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Part of the Institute's mission is to advance the science of flourishing and virtue. In pursuit of that mission, we support research across the disciplines, primarily through our Leadership Team, our Fellows and other Affiliates, and our academic conferences.  

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For co-authored works where only one author was supported by Institute funds, the supported author's name is in bold.

Books

  1. Brown, R. (2015). Honor bound: How a cultural ideal has shaped the American psyche. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780199399864
  2. Zagzebski, L. (2016). Virtues of the Mind - Korean Translation. D. Chang (Trans.). Seoul, South Korea: CIR.
  3. Annas, J. , Narvaez, D. and Snow, N. (2016).  Developing the Virtues:  Integrating Perspectives.  New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190271466
  4. Harper, K. (2017). The Fate of Rome: Climate, Disease, and the End of an Empire. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. ISBN: 9781400888917
  5. Zagzebski, L. (2017). Exemplarist Moral Theory. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190655846
  6. Snow, N. (2018).  The Oxford Handbook of Virtue. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780199385195
  7. Wright, J. C. (2019).  Humility (The Virtures). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190864873
  8. Miller, C. B. and West, R. (2020). Integrity, Honesty and Truth Seeking (The Virtues). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190666033
  9. Snow, N. and Narvaez, D (2020).  Self, Motivation, and Virtue  Innovative Interdiscipliary Research.  New York: Routledge Press. ISBN:  9780367203177
  10. Wright, J. C. and Warren, M. T. and Snow, N.  (2020). Understanding the Virtue: Theory and Measurement.  New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190655136
  11. Snow, N. (2020). Contemporary Virtue Ethics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Research Papers

  1. Snow, N. (2015). Etyka cnót kontratakuje. Odpowiedź na zarzuty sytuacjonistów. In N. Szutta and A. Szutta (Eds.), W Poszukiwaniu moralnego charakteru (35-72). Lublin, Poland: Wydawnictwo Academicon. ISBN: 9788362475087
  2. Snow, N. (2015). Food virtue: Can we make virtuous food choices? In J. M. Dieterle (Ed.), Just food (181-193). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN: 9781783483860
  3. Zagzebski, L. (2015). Exemplarism and Admiration. In C. Miller, R. M. Furr, A. Knobel, & W. Fleeson (Eds.), Character: New directions from philosophy, psychology, and theology (pp. 251–268). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190204600
  4. Snow, N. (2016). Comments on Badhwar, Well-being: Happiness in a worthwhile life. The Journal of Value Inquiry, (50)1, 209-217. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10790-016-9545-x
  5. Snow, N. (2016). Review of Kristján Kristjánsson, Aristotelian character education. British Journal of Educational Studies 64(2), 264-266. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00071005.2016.1173900
  6. Snow, N. (2016). Virtue acquisition: The paradox of striving. The Journal of Moral Education 45(2), 179-191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03057240.2016.1181617
  7. Snow, N. (2016). How habits make us virtuous. In J. Annas, D. Narvaez & N. Snow (Eds.), Developing the virtues: Integrating perspectives (135-156). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190271466
  8. Zagzebski, L. (2016). A modern defense of religious authority. Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, (19)3, 15-28. DOI: 10.1353/log.2016.0024
  9. Zagzebski, L. (2016). Omnisubjectivity: Why it is a divine attribute. Nova et Vetera, (14)2, 435-450. ISSN: 1542-7315
  10. Zagzebski, L. (2016). Replies to Christoph Jager and Elizabeth Fricker. Episteme, (13)2, 187-194. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/epi.2015.39
  11. Zagzebski, L. (2016). The dignity of persons and the value of uniqueness. Proceedings & Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, Presidential Address, 90, 59-75. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11244/47082
  12. Zagzebski, L. (2016). The joys and sorrows of a philosophical life. Proceedings & Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, Dewey Lecture, 90, 119-133. URI: https://shareok.org/handle/11244/47081
  13. Zagzebski, L. (2016). Divine motivation theory and exemplarism. European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 8(3), 109-121. DOI: https://doi.org/10.24204/ejpr.v8i3.1689
  14. Demarest, H., Robertson, S., Haggard, M.C., Seaver, M., & Bickel, J.L. (2017). Similarity and enjoyment: Predicting continuation for women in philosophy. Analysis, published online 08/01/2017. https://doi.org/10.1093/analys/anx098
  15. Haggard, M.C., Rowatt, W.C., & Leman, J.C. (2017). Intellectual humility and morality concerning political and social issues in the United States. In Pracana, C. & Wang, M. (Eds.), International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends. Lisbon: World Institute for Advanced Research and Science.
  16. Leman, J., Haggard, M.C., Meagher, B.R., & Rowatt, W.C. (2017). Personality predictors and correlates of humility. In Worthington, E., Davis, D., & Hook, J. (Eds.), Handbook of humility: Theory, research, and applications. Routledge Press. ISBN: 9781138960008
  17. Snow, N. (2017). The nature of humility: A critical perspective on Nadelhoffer and Wright. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong & C. Miller (Eds.), Moral Psychology, Volume 5: Virtue and Happiness (351-359). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. ISBN: 9780262035576
  18. Snow, N. (2017). Extending compassion. Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, 16(4), 543-550. DOI: 10.1007/s11712-017-9576-4
  19. Warren, M. T., & Wray-Lake, L. (2017). Does mindfulness prepare adolescents for value-behavior concordance? Examining the role of value content. Journal of Adolescence, 58, 56-66. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.adolescence.2017.04.011
  20. Warren, M. T., Wray-Lake, L., & Syvertsen, A. K. (2017). Becoming who they want to be: A cross-national examination of value-behavior concordance and mindfulness in adolescence. The Journal of Positive Psychology.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17439760.2017.1350741
  21. Hasan, E., Tarhule, A., Kirstetter, P., Clark, R., Hong, Y. (2018). Runoff sensitivity to climate change in the Nile river basin. Journal of Hydrology.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2018.04.004
  22. Schmidt, K.C.,  Snow, N.,  Murray,E.D., (2018).  The History of Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives on Hope: Toward Defining Hope for the Science of Positive Human Development, In S. Lopez & M. Gallager (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Hope, (9-26).  New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780199385195
  23. Snow, N. (2018). Adaptive Misbeliefs, Value Trade-Offs, and Epistemic Responsibility. In Ahlstrom-Vijs, K. & Dunn, J. (Eds) Epistemic Consequentialism (48-69). New York: Oxford University Press.  ISNB: 9780198779681
  24. Snow, N. (2018). From Ordinary Virtue to Aristotelian Virtue. In T. Harrison & D. Walker (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Virtue Education (67-81). London: Routledge.
  25. Snow, N. (2018). Hope as a Democratic Civic Virtue.  In M.S. Vaccarezza & M. Croce (Eds.), Metaphilosophy Vol. 49 (409-427) PDF https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/meta.12299
  26. Snow, N. (2019).  Commentary on The Character Gap: Situational Influences and Helping Behavior.  The Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 44: (201-212). https://journalofphilosophicalresearch
  27. Snow, N. (2019).  Metaphysics, Virtue, and Eudaimonia in Aristotle and Buddhism.  In B. Soek (Ed.), Naturalism, Human Flourishing, and Asian Philosophy (74-91). Owen Flanagan and Beyond, Routledge Press. ISBN: 9780367350246
  28. Snow, N. (2019). Virtue Proliferation: A Clear and Present Danger? In E. Grimi (Ed.), Virtue Ethics: Retrospect and Prospect (177-196).  New York: Springer.
  29. Snow, N. (2019). Resilience and Hope as a Democractic Civic Virtue.  In J. Arthur (Ed.),  Virtues in the Public Sphere: Citizenship, Civic Friendship, and Duty (124-139). London: Routledge Press.
  30. Snow, N. (2019). Intellectual Humility.  In H. Battaly (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Virtue Epistemology (178-195). New York: Routledge Press. ISBN: 9781315712550
  31. Snow, N. (2019). Fundamental Hope, Meaning, and Self-Transcendence.  In J. Frey & C. Vogler (Eds.), Self-Transcendence and Virtue Perspectives from Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology (39-61). New York: Routledge Press. ISBN: 9781138602427
  32. Snow, N. (2019). Faces of Hope. In R.M. Green(Ed.), Theories of Hope: Exploring Alternative Affective Dimensions of Human Experience (5-23). Lanham,MD: Lexington Books. ISBN: 9781498563628
  33. Snow, N. & Beck, S. (2019). Teaching Virtue. In A. Zimmerman, K. Jones & M Timmons (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Moral Epistemology (493-507). New York: Routledge Press.  ISBN: 978113881621
  34. Snow, N. (2019). Positive Psychology, the Classification of Character Strengths and Virtues, and Issues of Measurement.  Journal of Positive Psychology 14:1: 20-31. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17439760.2018.1528376
  35. Snow, N. (2020). What is a science of virtue? Journal of Moral Education
    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03057240.2020.1773777
  36. Snow, N. (2020). Citizens’ Relationships, Political Civility, and the Civic Virtue of Listening. The Jubilee Centre for Character & Virtues, Insight Series.  University of Birmingham.  https://www.jublieecentre
  37. Snow, N. (2020).  Virtue Measurement: Theory and Applications. In J.C. Wright & M.T. Warren, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 23:( 277-293).
    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10677-019-10050-6
  38. Snow, N., Wright, J.C., & Warren,M.T.  (2020). Suffering, Virtue, and Character: Why the Science of Virtue Matters.  Acta Philosophica 1(29): 55-72 .http://www.actaphilosophica.it/en/article-abs2020i-cole-wright-snow-warren
  39. Snow, N. (2020).  Is Hope a Moral Virtue. In C. Blöser and T. Stah (Eds.), The Moral Psychology of Hope, (171-187). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN: 9781786609724
  40. Flanagan, C. & Pykett, A. ( Forthcoming). Loyalty. Foundations of loyalty in child and adolescent development. In T. Jollimore (Ed.), New York: Oxford University Press.
  41. Snow, N. (Forthcoming). Humility. In M. Alfano, M.P. Lynch, & A. Tanesini (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Humility.  New York: Routledge.
  42. Snow, N. (Forthcoming). The Perils of Magnificence. In G. Pettigrove & C. Swanton (Eds.), Neglected Virtues. Routledge Press.

Important Addresses / Lectures

  1. Zagzebski, L. (2015). Exemplarist virtue theory. Gifford Lectures, #1, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Oct. 1. Lecture Video
  2. Zagzebski, L. (2015). Admiration and exemplars. Gifford Lectures, #2, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Oct. 2. Lecture Video
  3. Zagzebski, L. (2015). Virtue. Gifford Lectures, #3, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Oct. 6. Lecture Video
  4. Zagzebski, L. (2015). Emulation. Gifford Lectures, #4, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Oct. 8. Lecture Video
  5. Zagzebski, L. (2015). The division of moral linguistic labor. Gifford Lectures, #5, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Oct. 9. Lecture Video
  6. Snow, N. (2016). Virtue as social intelligence: An overview. Banquet Speaker, Morality, Moral Philosophy, and the Humanities in the Age of Neuroscience, Kent State University, Kent, OH (Nov 19). [Invited]
  7. Zagzebski, L. (2016). The dignity of persons and the value of uniqueness. Presidential Address, Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Mar. 4.
  8. Zagzebski, L. (2016). The joys and sorrows of a philosophical life. Dewey Lecture, Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Apr. 1.
  9. Zagzebski, L. (2016). Virtuous exemplars: Moral understanding, emulation, and resentment. Malcolm Reid Lecture, Gordon College, MA (Oct 27). [Invited]
  10. Snow, N. (2017). On philosophy and social science: Virtue as social intelligence and beyond. J. Glenn and Ursula Memorial Lecture, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO (Mar 2). [Invited]
  11. Snow, N. (2017). From ‘ordinary’ virtue to Aristotelian virtue. William R. Connolly Ethics Lecture Series, University of Evansville, Evansville, IN (Mar 28). [Invited]
  12. Snow, N. (2017,). Virtue proliferation: A clear and present danger? Paper presented as the Inaugural Lecture, Research Series, at the Margaret Beaufort Institute, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England. (Oct 27). [Invited]
  13. Zagzebski, L. (2017). Exemplarist moral theory. Paper presented at the Conference on Exemplarist Moral Theory, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy. (Oct 5)[Invited]
  14. Zagzebski, L. (2017). The two greatest ideas. Cardinal Mercier Chair Public Lecture, University of Leuven, Belgium. (Oct 10) [Invited]
  15. Zagzebski, L. (2017). Epistemic authority. Cardinal Mercier Chair Workshop, University of Leuven, Belgium. (Oct 11). [Invited]
  16. Zagzebski, L. (2017) . Exemplarist moral theory. Cardinal Mercier Chair Seminar, University of Leuven, Belgium. (Oct 12) [Invited]
  17. Zagzebski, L. (2017) . The two greatest ideas. Presented as The Aquinas Lecture at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, Dallas, TX. (Nov 18). [Invited]
  18. Zagzebski, L. (2018) . Two ideas that made us human. Paper presented as the Soochow University Philosophy Lecture, Part 1, Soochow University, Taiwan. (Mar 19).
  19. Zagzebski, L. (2018). Persons and selves. Paper presented as the Soochow University Philosophy Lecture, Part 2, Soochow University, Taiwan. (Mar 20).
  20. Zagzebski, L. (2018). The boundary of the human mind. Paper presented as the Soochow University Philosophy Lecture, Part 1, Soochow University, Taiwan. (Mar 21).
  21. Snow, N. (2019 ).  Humble Creativity.  Improvisational Virtue, St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom. (Feb 7-8).
  22. Snow, N. (2019). Commentator: War Crimes: Causes, Excuses, and Blame, by Matthew Talbert & Jessica Wolfendale, Georgetown Law Center, Washington, DC. (Mar 28). [Invited]
  23. Snow, N. (2019). "Moral Virtue: A Theoretical Overiew."  U.S. Naval Academy Stockdale Center McCain Conference, Annapolis, Maryland. (Mar 29). [Invited]
  24. Snow, N. (2019). "Democractic Truth-Seeking, Tribal Epistemologies, and Trust."  Fourth Annual Aretai Center Conference on "Democracy, Virtues, and the Media," University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy. (Sept 27).
  25. Snow, N., (2019). "Virtue, Vice, and Saintliness in the Brothers Karamazov."  European Liberal Arts and Core Texts Conference, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain. (Nov 8).

Research Presentations

 

  1. Snow, N. (2015). Book proposal: Understanding virtue: Theory and measurement, with J. C. Wright. (This book is now under contract with Oxford University Press.) Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life Work Group, Columbia, South Carolina, Dec. 13-19. Also presented: From ordinary virtue to Aristotelian virtue
  2. Haggard, M.C. (2016). Humility as intellectual virtue. Humility: Reflections on its Nature and Function Conference, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (Oct 20).
  3. Haggard, M.C. (2016). Investigating humility as intellectual virtue: A limitations-owning perspective. Virtue Forum Luncheon, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (Nov 4).
  4. Hasan, E. (2016). Making soil moisture sensors better for hydroclimatic applications. American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco, CA (Dec 15).
  5. Snow, N. (2016). From ordinary virtue to Aristotelian virtue. The Jubilee Centre Conference: Cultivating Virtue, Oxford, England, (Jan. 7-9).
  6. Snow, N. (2016). The perils of magnificence. Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life Work Group, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, (June 6-9).
  7. Snow, N. (2016). Metaphysics, virtue, and eudaimonia in Aristotle and Buddhism. International Society for Buddhist Philosophy, Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Chicago, Illinois, (Mar. 3).
  8. Snow, N. (2016). Comments on: Open-mindedness as a moral virtue, by Yujia Song. Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, San Francisco, California, (Mar. 31).
  9. Snow, N. (2016). Virtue as social intelligence. NEH Seminar, Moral Psychology and Education: Putting the Humanities to Work, Grand Rapids, MI, (June 15).
  10. Snow, N. (2016). Integrating virtue perspectives on character education: A place for positive psychology. International Positive Education Network Conference, Dallas, TX (July 19). [Invited]
  11. Snow, N. (2016). The Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing. Connecting Virtues: Theoretical & Educational Insights, Aretai Center on Virtues, Genoa, Italy (Sept 28). [Invited]
  12. Snow, N. (2016). Virtue as social intelligence: An overview. Public Lecture, Rogers State University, Claremore, OK (Oct 27). [Invited]
  13. Snow, N. (2016). Love in religion. International Consultation on “Love in Religion: The Cutting-Edge Issues,” Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England (Nov 11). [Invited]
  14. Warren, M. A. (2016). Becoming who they want to be: A cross-national examination of value-behavior concordance and mindfulness in adolescence. Virtue Forum Luncheon, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (Dec 9).
  15. Watson, L. (2016). Why should we educate for inquisitiveness in a democracy. CSLEE Values and Leadership Conference, Western University, Ontario (Oct 20-22).
  16. Zagzebski, L. (2016). Virtuous exemplars: Moral understanding, emulation, and resentment. Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA (Sept 27). [Invited]
  17. Haggard, M.C. (2017). How to be a good man/woman: Descriptive and prescriptive moralities. Gender Preconference, Annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX (Jan 17).
  18. Haggard, M.C., Rowatt, W.C., Leman, J.C., & Moore, C. (2017). Three measures of intellectual humility: What they do and don’t tell us. Poster presentation, Annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX (Jan 21).
  19. Haggard, M.C. (2017). Virtues of the citizen: Intellectual humility and socio-political issues. Oral Symposium, Annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychology Association, Chicago, IL (Apr 20).
  20. Haggard, M.C., Rowatt, W.C., & Leman, J.C. (2017). Intellectual humility and morality concerning political and social issues in the United States. Annual meeting of the International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends, Budapest, Hungary (Apr 29).
  21. Hart, J.M. (2017). Forgiveness in theology and politics. Virtue Forum Luncheon, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (Mar 10).
  22. Hasan, E. (2017). Water scarcity and human well-being: How can satellite data help? Virtue Forum Luncheon, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (May 5).
  23. Snow, N. (2017). Extending compassion: Commentary on David Wong’s “Early Confucian philosophy and development of compassion. Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Baltimore, MD (Jan 5).
  24. Snow, N. (2017). The spiritual exercises and the virtues of introspection. Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA (Mar 21). [Invited]
  25. Snow, N. (2017). The perils of magnificence. Colloquium at the Department of Philosophy, University of Miami, Miami, FL (Mar 23). [Invited]
  26. Snow, N. (2017). From ‘Ordinary’ Virtue to Aristotelian Virtue. William R. (Dick) Connolly Ethics Lecture Series, University of Evansville, Evansville, IN, (Mar 28). [Invited}
  27. Snow, N. (2017). Positive psychology, the VIA classification of character strengths, and virtue measurement. Panel on Positive Psychology and Virtue, Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Seattle, WA (Apr 15). [Invited]
  28. Snow, N. (2017). Hope as a democratic virtue. The Nature and Norms of Hope, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (Apr 27). [Invited]
  29. Snow, N. (2017). Consultation on Intellectual Virtues and Science Education.Notre Dame (May 11-13). [Invited]
  30. Snow, N. (2017). False and unrealistic hopes. Moral Failure and Pathways to Recovery Workshop, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL (June 9). [Invited]
  31. Snow, N. (2017). Hope as a Democractic Civic Virtue. Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing Colloquim Series, The University Of Oklahoma, (Aug 30). [Invited]
  32. Snow, N. (2017). Fundamental Hope, Meaning, and Self-Transcendence. Paper presented at the Virtue, Happiness and Meaning in Life Capstone Conference, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.(Oct 15). [Invited]
  33. Warren, M. T., & Wray-Lake, L. (2017). Does mindfulness foster value-behavior concordance for intrinsic and extrinsic values? 2nd Western Positive Psychology Association Conference, Claremont, CA (Jan 21).
  34. Warren, M. T. (2017). Integrating Schwartz’s Refined Values with Self-Determination Theory’s Intrinsic-Extrinsic Dimension? 89th Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (Apr 20).
  35. Watson, L. (2017). Virtue and vice in the media: A Brexit case study. Virtue Forum Luncheon, Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing, University of Oklahoma (Feb 17).
  36. Watson, L. (2017). Why should we educate for inquisitiveness in a democracy. Beacon Project seminar, Wake Forest University (Mar 20). [Invited]
  37. Watson, L. (2017). Systematic epistemic rights violations in the media: A Brexit case study. Philosophy Department work-in-progress seminar, Wake Forest University (Mar 20). [Invited]
  38. Watson, L. (2017). Why should we educate for inquisitiveness in a democracy. Western Washington University (Apr 10). [Invited]
  39. Watson, L. (2017). Systematic epistemic rights violations in the media: A Brexit case study. Virtue Epistemology Conference, University of Oklahoma (Feb 24). [Invited]
  40. Zagzebski, L. (2017). A modern defense of religious authority. Mount Marty College (Apr 23). [Invited]
  41. Black. J. E., & Barnes, J. L. (2018). Counterfactual thought about past morally relevant actions increases perceived moral agency. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.(Mar 1-3).
  42. Danvers, A. & Lovis-McMahon, D. (2018). Beyond replication: Assumptions, moderators, and models. Paper presented at the Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia.(Mar 3).
  43. Hu, J. (2018). Honesty as a relational virtue. Paper presented at the Association for Chinese Philosophers in America group panel at the 2018 Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, San Diego, CA.(Mar 29).
  44. Hu, J. (2018). Wang Fuzhi’s neo-Confucianism on human-nature relationship: An alternative to anthropocentrism. Paper presented at the International Society for Chinese Philosophy group panel at the 2018 Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Chicago, Illinois.(Feb 22)
  45. Jung, J. (2018).  A multilevel analysis of universalism values and subjective well-being: The importance of religious context. Paper presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of Pacific Sociological Society, Long Beach, CA .(Mar 30).
  46. Jung, J. (2018).  Attachment to God and death anxiety in later life: Does race matter? Paper presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, MN. (Mar 25).
  47. Snow, N. (2018). Hope as a democratic civic virtue. Paper presented at the Jubilee Centre Conference: Virtues in the Public Square, Oxford, England.(Jan 4).
  48. Snow, N. (2018). Resilience and hope. Paper presented at the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Meeting, San Diego, CA. (Mar 29). [Invited]
  49. Pykett, A. & Guest, E. (2019).  Bridging the practice-academic divide:   Corporation for National and Community Service Office of Research and Evaluation Research Summit, Washington D.C.
  50. Pykett, A., Gallay, E., & Flanagan, C. (2019).  The Environmental commons: Citizen science with urban youth.  Moral Education Conference, Seattle, WA.
  51. Snow, N. (2019). Neo-Aristotelian Ethical Naturalism and Genome Editing. Virtues: Local or Universal, The Jubilee Centre Conference, Oxford, England,( Jan 5).
  52. Snow, N. (2019). Commentary on Christian Miller’s The Character Gap. Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, New York, NY. (Jan 10).
  53. Snow, N. (2019). Practical Eudaimonia. Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Denver, CO. (Feb 21). [Invited]
  54. Snow, N. (2019). Finding Chastity in a Secular Age: Chastity as a Virtue of Sexual Autonomy.  Presented at  Is There Still a Secular Virtue of Chastity? Conference held at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. (Mar 30). [Invited]
  55. Snow, N. (2019). Can Populist Hope be a Democratic Civic Virtue? Colloquium on Hope, Princeton Center for Human Values, Princeton, NJ. (Apr 4). [Invited]
  56. Snow, N. (2019). Philosophical Conceptualizations of Intellectual Humility. Conference on Promoting Character Virtue Development, Palo Alto, CA. (Apr 27). [Invited]
  57. Snow, N. (2019). Colloquium Speaker, Neo-Aristotelianism and Genome Editing. Concordia University, Montreal, CA. (Nov 15).
  58. Sparks, S. (2019). Can Voters be nudged to accept compromise in legislative policymaking? Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting.  San Juan, Puerto Rico. ( Aug 19)
  59. Snow, N. (2020). Conference organizer, Is Hope a Virtue? Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. 
  60. Sparks, S. (2020). Can Voters be nudged to accept compromise in legislative policymaking? Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting.  San Juan, Puerto Rico. ( Jan 20)

Editorial Activity

  1. Snow, N. (2016). Guest editor, special section of Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 20(3): “New Directions in Character and Virtue: Theory and Practice.” Below are the authors, titles, and page numbers of each contribution. ISSN: 1386-2820 (Print) 1572-8447 (Online)
    1. A. W. Musschenga & F. R. Heeger, “Editorial Note,” 455-457.
    2. Christian B. Miller, “Character and Situationism: New Directions,” 459-471.
    3. Mark Alfano & Brian Robinson, “Gossip as a Burdened Virtue,” 473-487.
    4. Hagop Sarkissian, “Situationism, Manipulation, and Objective Self-Awareness,” 489-503.
    5. Lorraine L. Besser, “Virtue of Self-Regulation,” 505-517.
    6. William Fleeson and Eranda Jayawickreme, “Challenging Doris’ Attack on Aggregation: Why We are Not Left “Completely in the Dark” about Global Virtues,” 519-536.
    7. Laura Papish, “CAPS Psychology and the Empirical Adequacy of Aristotelian Virtue Ethics,” 537-549.
    2. Snow, N. (2017 - present).  Series editor, "The Virtues," 15 volume interdisciplinary series on virtues under contract with Oxford University Press. Below are the authors, titles, and publications available to date in this series:
         1. Miller, C. B. and West, R. (2020).Integrity, Honesty, and TruthSeeking. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190666033
         2. LeBar, Mark (2018). Justice (The Virtues).  New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780190631758
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