Philosophy Professor Mitchell Green Awarded ACLS Fellowship For
Study At National Humanities Center
15, 2000 -- Mitchell S. Green, associate professor
of philosophy at the University of Virginia, is among nine scholars
in the humanities and social sciences from throughout the U.S. and
Canada selected by the American Council of Learned Societies to
receive a prestigious Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship
for Recently Tenured Scholars. The fellowship, for long-term, unusually
ambitious projects, provides a stipend for a years residency
at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
director of graduate admissions in philosophy at U.Va., writes on
philosophy of language and mind, metaphysics, and aesthetics. He
was a University Teaching Fellow at U.Va. in 1995-96 and received
his B.Phil. from Oxford and Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh.
will use his fellowship to pursue a project titled "Expressive
Meaning: Self-Expression and Self-Constitution in Language and the
Arts." The interdisciplinary study of the phenomenon of expression
is of potential interest to philosophy, linguistics, psychology
and art criticism.
ACLS fellowship is funded with assistance of the Andrew W. Mellon
Bob Brickhouse, (804) 924-6856