Nicole J. Hassoun



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Nicole J. Hassoun

Curriculum Vitae
Binghamton University Philosophy Department
P.O. Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
607-777-3725
nhassoun@binghamton.edu

Professional Appointments:

  • 2012 - Associate Professor, Departments of Philosophy and Health Outcomes and Administrative Sciences, Binghamton University

    • 2014 Visiting Researcher, The Franco-Swedish Program in Philosophy and Economics, Paris, France

    • 2014 Senior Fellow, the Centre for Advanced Studies “Justitia Amplificata: Rethinking Justice – Applied and Global,” Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

    • 2013 Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Binghamton University

    • 2011 - Member of the steering committee of Academics Stand Against Poverty

    • 2007 – Affiliate – Center for Bioethics and Health Law, University of Pittsburgh

  • 2007-2012 Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University

    • 2007- 2012 Member of the man Center for Ethics and Policy, Carnegie Mellon University

    • 2007- 2012 Affiliate – Program on International Relations, Carnegie Mellon University

    • 2011-2012 Member of the executive committee of the Center for Human Rights Science

    • 2011 Visiting Fellow, the Centre for Advanced Studies “Justitia Amplificata: Rethinking Justice – Applied and Global,” Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

    • 2009-2010 Barbara McCoy Postdoctoral Fellow, the Center for Ethics in Society, Stanford University

    • 2009-2010 (Summer, Winter, and Summer) Visiting Scholar, United Nations’ World Institute for Development Economics Research (http://www.wider.unu.edu/), Helsinki, Finland

    • 2009 Scholar in Residence, Center for Ethics and Poverty Research, University of Salzburg, Austria

  • 2005-2006 Visiting Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, UNC Chapel Hill

    • 2005-2006 Visiting Scholar, Department of Philosophy, Duke University


Education:

  • Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Arizona, 2007
    Dissertation: Shrinking Distance: Globalization and Global Justice
    Advisor: Thomas Christiano

  • M.A. Philosophy, University of Arizona, 2005

  • B.A. Summa Cum Laude Philosophy, University of Colorado, 2001

Areas of Specialization and Competence:

  • Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Economics

  • Applied Ethics, Epistemology, Cognitive Science


Book


  • Globalization and Global Justice: Shrinking Distance, Expanding Obligations, (2012), Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

    • Honorable Mention for the American Philosophical Association Book Prize: http://www.apaonline.org/?book

    • Book Symposium: Nicole Hassoun “Beyond Globalization and Global Justice: Development Theory and Practice” Analysis (2014) 74 (1): 119-134 (with introduction and reply to critics from American Philosophical Association author-meets-critics session Gillian Brock, Fernando Teson and Miriam Ronzoni)

    • New Books in Philosophy interview here.

    • Special Issue of Public Affairs Quarterly (2014): 28, 3contains some papers from the MANCEPT session on Globalization and Global Justice

    • Symposium forthcoming in Law, Ethics and Philosophy (with extended introduction and reply to critics)

    • Reviewed in Ethics; Philosophical Review; Australian Journal of Political Science; Ethical Theory and Moral Practice; Global Justice: Theory, Practice, Rhetoric; Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews and elsewhere. See, for instance, Kok-Chor Tan’s review essay here.


Manuscript (under contract)

  • Global Health Impact: Extending Access on Essential Medicines for the Poor, Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Global Health Impact Project:

  • Project site launched January 23, 2015 in Geneva (with a World Health Organization event) at: www.global-health-impact.org and has been the subject of some press from National Public Radio, The Wall Street Journal’s Pharmalot, and Capital New York amongst other places.

  • Methodology for Calculating Treatment Impact Using Mortality Data (with Aidan Hollis), background paper for Consultation Meeting to Review and Improve Global Fund methods to Estimate Health Impact of the Supported Programs, Global Fund, Geneva, Switzerland, 10 July 2014 (for relevant publications and presentations see below).

  • 2014 Human Rights and Global Health: Increasing Impact Conference organized in conjunction with Universities Allied for Essential Medicines will take place April 17th-18th https://www.facebook.com/events/1564142837168310/

  • 2013-2014 Citizenship, Rights, and Cultural Belonging Grant - Human Security in Africa: Aids, Malaria, Tuberculosis and Conflict with Seden Akcinaroglu ($10,000)

  • 2011 - “Global Health Impact: Extending Access on Essential Medicines,” one of four North American Academics Stand Against Poverty Proposals (http://academicsstand.org/projects/global-health-impact-project/impact/)

  • 2011-2014 Berkman Grant ($8,000)

  • 2011-2013 Falk Grant ($4,000)

Journal Articles

  1. “God and Love,” (forthcoming), Australasian Journal of Philosophy

  2. “Coercion, Legitimacy, and Global Justice,” (forthcoming), Journal of Social Philosophy

  3. “Is There a Human Right to Health?” (forthcoming), Philosophy Compass

  4. “Conserving Nature; Preserving Identity,” with David Wong (forthcoming), Journal of Chinese Philosophy.

  5. “Globalization, Global Justice, and Global Health Impact,” (2014), Public Affairs Quarterly, 28, 3: 231-258

  6. “An Aspect of Variable Population Poverty Comparisons: Does Adding a Rich Person to a Population Reduce Poverty?” (2014), Economics and Philosophy, 30, 2: 163-174 previous version “Another Mere Addition Paradox?” available as an UNU WIDER Working Paper at: http://www.wider.unu.edu/publications/working-papers/en_GB/working-papers/

  7. “Coercion, Legitimacy, and Individual Freedom: A Reply to Sondernholm,” (2014), reply to Jorn Sondernholm’s critique of my “World Poverty and Individual Freedom” (American Philosophical Quarterly 2008), Journal of Philosophical Research, 39:191-198

  8. “New Institutionalism and Foreign Aid,” (2014), Global Justice: Theory, Practice, Rhetoric, 7: 12-27 PDF

  9. “Global Justice and Charity: A Brief for a New Approach to Empirical Philosophy,” (2014), Philosophy Compass, 9, 12: 884–893

  10. “Human Rights and the Minimally Good Life,” (2013), Res Philosophica, 90, 3: 413-438 (special issue on Well-being other contributors include Richard Kraut, Peter Railton, Erik Angner, Tobias Hoffman and Valerie Tiberius)

  11. “An Aspect of Variable Population Poverty Comparisons,” with Subbu Subramanian, (2012), Journal of Development Economics. 98, 2: 238-241. Draft available as a UNU WIDER Working Paper, at: http://www.wider.unu.edu/publications/working-papers/en_GB/working-papers/

  12. “The Problem of Debt-for-Nature Swaps from a Human Rights Perspective,” (2012), Journal of Applied Philosophy, 9, 4: 359-377.

  13. “Global Health Impact,” (2012), Developing World Bioethics, 12, 3:121-134

  14. “Globalization and Culture,” with David Wong, (2012), Culture and Dialogue, 2, 2: 73-98

  15. “Raz on the Right to Autonomy,” (2011), European Journal of Philosophy, 22, 1: 96–109

  16. “Free Trade, Poverty, and Inequality,” (2011), The Journal of Moral Philosophy, 8, 1: 5-44.

  17. “The Anthropocentric Advantage? Environmental Ethics and Climate Change Policy,” (2011), Critical Review of Social and Political Philosophy, 1, 2: 235-257.

  18. “Making the Case for Foreign Aid,” (2010), Public Affairs Quarterly, 24, 1: 1-20.

  19. “Meeting Need,” (2009), Utilitas, 21, 3: 250-275.

  20. “Free Trade and the Environment,” (2009), Environmental Ethics, 31, 51-66.

    • Invited for reprint in Fair Trade and Global Justice: Theoretical Perspectives (Expected contributors include: David Miller, Chandran Kukathas or Hillel Steiner, Daniel Butt, Gillian Brock, and Peter Dietsch)

  21. “World Poverty and Individual Freedom,” (2008), American Philosophical Quarterly, 45, 2: 191-198.

  22. “Free Trade, Poverty, and the Environment,” (2008), Public Affairs Quarterly, 22, 4: 353-380.

  23. “The Moral Permissibility of Infanticide,” with Uriah Kreigle, (2008), Journal of Applied Philosophy, 25, 1: 45-55.

  24. “Nanotechnology, Enhancement, and Human Nature,” (2009) NanoEthics: Ethics for Technologies that Converge at the Nanoscale, 2, 3, 265-275.

    • To be reprinted in: Nanotechnology and Human Enhancement: An NSF Report. Fritz Allhoff, Patrick Lin, James Moor, and John Weckert eds. National Science Foundation.

  25. “The Case for Renewable Energy and a New Energy Plan,” (2005), International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability, 1, 5: 197-208.


Review Essays, Book Chapters and Commentaries

  1. “Consumption” (2014), Handbook of Global Ethics, Heather Widdows and Darrel Moellendorf eds., Routledge Press: London.

  2. “Global Justice in a Globalizing World” (2014), New Waves in Ethics, Thom Brooks ed. Vincent Hendricks and Duncan Pritchard series eds. Palgrave and Macmillian: Basingstoke.

  3. “Geoengineering the Planet”, (2013). Ethical Issues in Engineering Biological and Ecological Systems. Ronald Sandler and John Basl ed. Lexington Books: Lanham.

  4. “Measuring Global Health Impact: Incentivizing Research and Development of Drugs for Neglected Diseases” (2012), Justice And Global Health Inequalities, Patti Lenard and Christine Straehle eds., Global Justice and Human Rights Series, Edinburgh University Press.

  5. On Human Rights: In Personhood and Practice,” (2012), review essay on James Griffin’s On Human Rights, The Journal of Philosophy. CIX, 7: 462.

  6. “World Bank Rules for Aid Allocation: Moral Hazard?” (2012), Economic Justice. Helen Stacy and Win-Chiat Lee. Springer Press: Dordrecht.

  7. Hassoun, Nicole. 2012. “Some Reflections on The Moral Dimensions of Human Rights,” review essay of Carl Wellman's The Moral Dimensions of Human Rights, Jurisprudence, 3, 1: 253-262.

  8. “Bridging the Gap in Scientific Research” with Julian Culp, (2012) Debating Science: Deliberation, Values and the Common Good. Prometheus Press: Amherst.

  9. “Making Free Trade Fair,” (2011), New Waves in Ethics. Vincent Hendricks and Duncan Pritchard eds. Palgrave and Macmillian: Basingstoke.

  10. “The Duty to Disclose (Even More) Adverse Clinical Trial Results,” (2009), The American Journal of Bioethics, 9, 8: 33-34. (Commentary on S. Matthew Liao, Mark Sheehan, and Steve Clarke’s "The Duty to Disclose Adverse Clinical Trial Results”).

  11. “Human Rights, Needs, and Autonomy,” (2009), An Anthology of Philosophical Studies. Volume 3. Edited by Patricia Hanna, AITNER: Athens.

Other Publications:

  1. “Reflections on Global Justice and Due Process,” (forthcoming), with Antony Reeves, review of Larry May, Global Justice and Due Process, Mind.

  2. “Global Justice and Charitable Giving,” (forthcoming), The Blackwell Companion to Experimental Philosophy, Justin Sytsma and Wesley Buckwalter eds.

  3. Poverty, Agency and Human Rights in Review,” (forthcoming), with Peter Stone and Julian Culp, review of Diana Tietjens Meyers Poverty, Agency and Human Rights Ethics.

  4. “Globalization and Global Justice,” (forthcoming), with Tucker Sechrest, The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism.

  5. “Review of Global Justice and International Affairs,” (forthcoming), with Julian Culp, the Journal of Moral Philosophy, review of Thom Brooks (ed.). Global Justice and International Affairs. Leiden: Brill, 2012.

  6. “Fair Trade Bio” (2013), Compendium of Global Bioethics. Henk A.M.J. ten Have ed. Springer Press: Dordrecht.

  7. “The Moral Relevance of Distance” (2012), with Gillian Brock, International Encyclopedia of Ethics, Hugh LaFollete ed. Wiley-Blackwell: Hoboken.

  8. “Needs” (2012), with Gillian Brock, International Encyclopedia of Ethics, Hugh LaFollete ed. Wiley-Blackwell.

  9. Some Reflections on The Practice of Global Citizenship, (2012), review of Luis Cabrera’s The Practice of Global Citizenship, Ethics.

  10. Council on Foreign Relations Development Channel Op Ed: Emerging Voices: Nicole Hassoun on Fair Trade for Health, (2012), Council on Foreign Relations. Available at: http://blogs.cfr.org/development-channel/2012/06/25/emerging-voices-nicole-hassoun-on-fair-trade-for-health/

  11. “Global Poverty” (2012), The Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chaterjee ed. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Approx. 2,000 words.

  12. “Libertarianism,” (2012), The Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chaterjee ed. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Approx. 2,000 words.

  13. “Pharmaceutical Justice,” (2012), The Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chaterjee ed. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Approx. 2,000 words.

  14. “Ideal Moral Theory,” (2012), with Julian Culp, The Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chaterjee ed. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Approx. 2,000 words.

  15. “Fair Trade,” (2012), The Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chaterjee ed. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Approx. 2,000 words.

  16. “Free Trade,” (2012), The Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chaterjee ed. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Approx. 2,000 words.

  17. “Gillian Brock,” (2012), The Encyclopedia of Global Justice, Deen Chaterjee ed. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Approx. 2,000 words.

  18. “Review of Roderick T. Long and Tibor R. Machan, Anarchism/Minarchism: Is a Government Part of a Free Country?” (2009), review of Roderick T. Long and Tibor R. Machan, Anarchism/Minarchism: Is a Government Part of a Free Country?Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. Available at: http://ndpr.nd.edu/review.cfm?id=15866

  19. “Review of Global Justice: A Cosmopolitan Account,” (2009), review of Gillian Brock, Global Justice: A Cosmopolitan Account. Oxford University Press: Oxford. Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy.

  20. “Energy Issues” (2005), in Social Issues: An Encyclopedia of Controversies, History, and Debates edited by James Ciment. M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, New York, 609-625.

  21. “Global Poverty and Individual Responsibility: An Adequate Account?” review of Abigail Gosselin, Global Poverty and Individual Responsibility. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers: Lanham, MD, (2009), in Human Rights Review.

  22. “Review of Bryan G. Norton, Searching for Sustainability: Interdisciplinary Essays in the Philosophy of Conservation Biology,” (2005), with David Schmidtz, Environmental Ethics, Spring, 93-96.

Work in Progress:

  1. “Coercion Beyond Borders,” invited for Law and Philosophy

  2. “The Evolution of Wealth; Democracy or Revolution?” invited for a NOMOS proceedings

  3. “Fair Trade Under Fire” invited for a special issue of Journal of Moral Philosophy

  4. “Global Health and Global Justice,” invited for a collection edited by Dan Wikler, Nir Eyal, Samia Hurst, and Drew Schroeder to be submitted to Oxford University Press Population-Level Bioethics series

  5. “Aid and Future Generations”, invited for The Oxford Handbook of Global Justice, Thom Brooks ed., Oxford University Press: Oxford (expected contributors include: Charles Beitz, Gillian Brock, Allen Buchanan, Jiwei Ci, Rainer Forst, Ashok Acharya, Stephen Gardiner, Carol Gould, Janos Kis, David Miller, David Rodin, Henry Shue, John Tasioulas, and Lea Ypi)

  6. “From Free Trade to Fair Trade,” invited for Oxford Handbook of Political Theory, Chris Brown and Robyn Eckersley eds.

  7. “Basic Needs,” invited for International Development and Human Aid: Principles, Norms and Institutions for the Global Sphere, Paulo Barcelos and Gabriele De Angelis eds., in the Studies in Global Justice and Human Rights series, Thom Brooks ed., Edinburg University Press.

  8. “The Extending Access Index: Promoting Global Health,” IRPA Working Papers Series, available at: http://www.irpa.eu/pubblicazioni-irpa/irpa-working-papers/11518/irpa-working-paper-no-201211-nicole-hassoun/ under revision for PLOS ONE.

  9. “The Global Health Impact Malaria Index”, under revision for the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

  10. “Responsibility for Global Health Impact,” under revision for Ethics

  11. Universal Health Coverage Post-2015: Measuring Global Health Impact,” with Aidan Hollis and Larry Gostin

  12. “The Global Health Impact Index,” with Aidan Hollis

  13. “Beyond Measure? Reflections on the Value of Life,” with Lucio Esposito

  14. “Poverty Measurement and the Value of Human Life,” with Lucio Esposito

  15. “Dealing Ethically with Disability: A Proposal to Avoid Discriminating Against the Disabled,” with Lucio Esposito

  16. “How People Think About Meeting Need,” with Nathan Lubchenco and Emir Malikov

  17. “Coercion, Legitimacy, and Justice: A Defense of Coercion Accounts of Justice’s Grounds”

  18. “Effectiveness Analysis for Global Health”

  19. “Global Health and Global Justice”

  20. “The Case for Consuming Global Health Impact Certified Goods”

  21. “A Brief for Pluralism: Non-Voluntary Relations and Global Justice”

  22. “Libertarian Welfare Rights?”

  23. “Global Health and Ethical Consumerism”

  24. “The Aesthetic Value of Nature”

  25. “Utopianism in Ideal Theory and Practice”

  26. “Justice and Future Generations”

Select Conferences and Presentations:

  1. 2016 (Pending), “Is Mutual Concern Necessary or Sufficient for Social Democracy?”, comments on Richard Miller’s “The Ethics of Social Democracy,” Workshop for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy, Syracuse, New York

  2. 2015 (Pending) TBA, Philosophy Department Colloquium, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada

  3. 2015 “Global Health Equity in Practice: Ethical Consumption of Global Health Impact Labelled Goods,” Global Health/Global Justice 2015: Making New Medicines Accessible to All, Toronto, Canada

  4. 2015 “The Human Right to Health: An Argument for Creative Resolve,” virtual Keynote Address, International Colloquium on Justice, Democracy and Political Emotions in Transnational Perspective, Recife, Brazil

  5. 2015 “Reflections on Dangerous Climate Change,” Authors Meets Critics Session on Darrel Moellendorf’s The Moral Challenge of Dangerous Climate Change, Pacific Division APA, Vancouver, Canada

  6. 2014 “Global Health, Human Rights, and Access to Essential Medicines,” Philosophy Department Colloquium, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  7. 2014 “The Global Health Impact Model,” Presentation and Invited Expert for the Consultation meeting to review and improve Global Fund methods to estimate health impact of the supported programs, Global Fund, Geneva, Switzerland, 10 July 2014

  8. 2014 “Making Medicines Matters,” Keynote Lecture, Förderverein Philosophy & Economics e. V., Frankfurt, Germany

  9. 2014 “Fair Trade in Theory and Practice: The Case for Purchasing Global Health Impact Certified Goods,” Global Economic Justice Conference, Justitia Amplificata, Frankfurt, Germany

  10. 2014 “Aiding the Poor in Present and Future Generations” Justitia Amplificata Colloquium, Free University Berlin, Berlin, Germany

  11. 2014 “Dealing Ethically with Disability” (paper with Lucio Esposito), Swedish-Franco Program in Philosophy and Economics, Paris, France

  12. 2014 “Increasing Global Health Impact”, Keynote speaker, Rochester Institute of Technology’s 5th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, Rochester, New York

  13. 2014 “The Moral Case for a New Kind of Fair Trade,” International Society for Environmental Ethics session at the Pacific Division APA, San Francisco, California

  14. 2014 “Environmental Ethics and Human Identity,” Philosophy Department, Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut

  15. 2014 Commentator on William Forbath’s “Wealth, Commonwealth, & the Constitution of Opportunity: A Story of Two Traditions,” for the NOMOS sessions at the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy meeting, Washington D.C.

  16. 2013 “Global Health and Global Justice,” Edmund J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University, Cambridge

  17. 2013 “Microfinance and How People Think about Meeting Needs,” University of Buffalo Conference in Experimental Philosophy, Buffalo, New York

  18. 2013 “Fair Trade Under Fire,” Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Binghamton, New York

  19. 2013 “Beyond Globalization and Global Justice: Reply to Critics,” Author Meets Critics Session on Globalization and Global Justice, MANCEPT, Manchester, UK

  20. 2013 “Legitimacy and Global Justice,” Mellon Sawyer Seminar, CUNY Graduate School, Manhattan, New York

  21. 2013 “Coercion, Legitimacy, and Justice: A Defense of Coercion Accounts of Justice’s Grounds,” Theories of Global Justice University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK

  22. 2013 “Thinking about Development in Theory and Practice: Response to Critics,” Authors Meets Critics Session on Globalization and Global Justice, Pacific Division APA, San Francisco, California

  23. 2013 “The Extending Access Index,” World Politics Seminar, Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York.

  24. 2012 Invited discussant, Legal Empowerment and Justice for the Poor, Council for Foreign Relations Roundtable, Washington D.C.

  25. 2012 “Global Health Impact Indicators: Incentivizing Access to Essential Medicines”, invited paper, Global Administrative Law Seminar, Rome, Italy

  26. 2012 “Variable Population Poverty Comparisons,” Department of Economics, Binghamton University, New York

  27. 2012 “Beyond TRIPS: Global Health Impact and Access to Essential Medicines,” International Law Conference, Binghamton University, New York

  28. 2012 “Measuring Global Health Impact,” keynote speaker, Center for Science, Ethics & Public Policy, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

  29. 2012 “How People Think About Meeting Needs,” keynote speaker, Academics Stand Against Poverty Inaugural Conference, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

  30. 2012 “Basic Needs,” Henle Conference on Happiness and Well-Being, invited lecture, Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, Missouri

  31. 2012 “The Consistency of Some Common Libertarian Commitments” invited lecture, philosophy department, St. Andrews University, St. Andrews, Scotland

  32. 2012 “Legitimacy in our Globalizing World,” invited lecture, Tanner Conference on Global Justice: Economic Globalization, Crisis, and the Common Good, Salt Lake City, Utah

  33. 2012 “Libertarian Welfare Rights?” invited lecture philosophy department, Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York

  34. 2012 “Conserving Nature; Preserving Identity,” invited lecture philosophy department, University of Hawaii, Oahu, Hawaii

  35. 2012 “Libertarian Welfare Rights? Reflections on the Coherence of Some Common Libertarian Commitments” invited lecture philosophy department, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida

  36. 2012 “Conserving Nature, Preserving Identity” (written with David Wong), invited lecture, Environmental Studies, Salt Lake City, Utah

  37. 2012 “Libertarian Welfare Rights?” invited lecture philosophy department, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

  38. 2012 “Coercion, Legitimacy, and Global Justice”, Conference on Global Justice, invited lecture, CERSES, Université Paris Descartes and CNRS, Paris, France

  39. 2012 “Libertarian Welfare Rights? Reflections on the Coherence of Some Common Libertarian Commitments”, invited lecture, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa

  40. 2012 Invited discussant, Workshop on Science and Human Rights, Center for Science, Ethics & Public Policy, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware

  41. 2011 “Global Health Impact,” invited lecture, political science department, University of California San Diego, San Diego, California

  42. 2011 “Global Health Impact: Extending Access on Essential Medicines,” invited lecture, Philosophy Department, London School of Economics, London

  43. 2011 “Promoting Global Health: Extending Access on Essential Medicines,” invited lecture, William and Lee College, Lexington, Virginia

  44. 2011 “Conserving Nature; Preserving Identity,” (written with David Wong), invited lecture, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado

  45. 2011 “Measuring Poverty in Variable Populations,” invited lecture, National Center for Health Statistics, Hyattsville, Maryland

  46. 2011 “Debt-for-Climate Swaps,” Interdisciplinary Conference on Climate Change, invited lecture, Politics Department, Oxford University, Oxford, UK

  47. 2011 “Justice and Future Generations,” invited lecture, Northeastern University Workshop in Applied Philosophy, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts

  48. 2011 “Coercion and Legitimacy,” Justitia Amplificata: Rethinking Justice – Applied and Global, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

  49. 2011 “Rating Research and Development: Promoting Global Health,” Center for Advanced Studies, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

  50. 2011 “Global Health Impact: Rating Research and Development of Drugs for Neglected Disease,” Academics Stand Against Poverty, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

  51. 2011 “Poverty in Changing Populations,” Workshop on Intergenerational Justice, invited lecture Chaire Hoover, Louvaine-la-Nueve, Belgium

  52. 2011 “Coercion, Legitimacy, and Global Justice,” invited lecture, department of government, London School of Economics, London, England

  53. 2011 “Global Health Impact: Extending Access on Essential Medicines”, invited lecture, Center for Philosophy, Justice, and Health, University College London, England

  54. 2011 “Fair Trade Drugs” key note lecture, Interdisciplinary Association for Philosophy and Religious Studies, California University, California, Pennsylvania

  55. 2011 “The Aesthetic of Wilderness”, invited lecture, philosophy department, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia

  56. 2010 “What’s Wrong with Geoengineering the Planet?” invited lecture, National Science Foundation Workshop on the Ethics and Science of Geoengineering, University of Montana-Missoula (http://www.umt.edu/ethics/EthicsGeoengineering/advisors.aspx)

  57. 2010 “Does the World Bank Really Work for the Poor? International Aid in Theory and Practice” AMINTAPHIL, Rochester, New York

  58. 2010 “Variable Population Poverty Comparisons,” written with Subbu Subramanian, Social Choice and Welfare Annual Conference, Moscow, Russia.

  59. 2010 “World Bank Rules for Aid Allocation and Good Development,” United Nations’ University, World Institute for Development Economics Research, Helsinki, Finland

  60. 2010 “The Aesthetic Value of Wildness,” Environment, Aesthetics, and the Arts, Annual Conference of the Nordic Society for Aesthetics, Lahti, Finland.

  61. 2010 “Fair Trade Health: Access to Essential Drugs for the Poor,” invited lecture, Santa Clara University Ethics at Noon Seminar, Santa Clara, California

  62. 2010 “Utopianism and the Ideal/Non-ideal Theory Distinction,” invited lecture, Penn-Yale Works-in-Progress Philosophy Workshop on Utopianism in Moral, Political, and Legal Theory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  63. 2010 “Poverty and Aid,” Global Connections, Global Responsibilities Lecture Series, Humanities Center and the Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics and Political Philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  64. 2010 “Coercion, Legitimacy, and Global Justice,” Workshop in Social and Political Theory, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee

  65. 2010 Commentary on Ann Cudd’s “Feminism and Capitalism,” Pacific Division APA, San Francisco, California

  66. 2010 “Libertarian Welfare Rights? An Inquiry into the Coherence of Some Common Libertarian Commitments,” invited lecture, University of Manitoba’s Philosophy Department and Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, Winnipeg, Canada

  67. 2010 “Fair Trade in Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology,” Universities Allied for Essential Medicines Lecture Series, Stanford University, Stanford, California

  68. 2010 “Promoting Global Health: Extending Access on Essential Drugs and Technologies,” “World Poverty and institutional Legitimacy,” “Health Impact Labeling?” invited lectures, VI Simposio Internacional De Economía Y Filosofía, and the Universidad De Antioquia, Medellin, Columbia (http://santiagolondonouribe.org/2010/02/15/vi-simposio-internacional-de-economia-y-filosofia-filosofia-politica-y-crisis-mundial/)

  69. 2010 “Incentivizing Research and Development of Drugs for Neglected Disease,” invited lecture, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, Stanford University, Stanford University

  70. 2009 “Variable Population Poverty Comparisons,” with Subbu Subramanian, United Nations’ University, World Institute for Development Economics Research, Helsinki, Finland

  71. 2009 “Free Trade, Poverty and Inequality,” invited lecture, Katedra Studiów Europejskich, Akademii Ekonomicznej w Krakowie, Krawkow, Poland

  72. 2009 “Debt-for-Nature Swaps,” Theodore and Frances Geballe Research Workshop in the Humanities, Center for Ethics and Society, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

  73. 2009 “Libertarian Welfare Rights?,” Bay Area Forum For Law & Ethics, Berkeley, CA

  74. 2009 “Global Climate Change and the Nature of Liberalism,” Ethics of Climate Change: Intergenerational Justice and the Global Challenge, Newark, Delaware

  75. 2009 “Institutional Legitimacy, Individual Autonomy, and Global Justice,” Global Justice Workshop, Center for Ethics and Society, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

  76. 2009 “Libertarians Welfare Rights?,” Joint Sessions of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association, University of East Anglia, Norwich, England

  77. 2009, “Meeting Needs,” United Nations’ University, World Institute for Development Economics Research, Helsinki, Finland

  78. 2009 “Fair Trade Bio,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, Newcastle on the Tyne, UK

  79. 2009 “Global Justice in a Globalizing World,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

  80. 2009 “Why Libertarians Should Endorse Some Welfare Rights as Human Rights,” invited lecture, University of Washington Conference on Global Justice in the 21st Century, Seattle, Washington (http://depts.washington.edu/uwch/projects_conferences_global0809.htm)

  81. 2009 Invited discussant, Rutgers University Conference on James Griffin’s book On Human Rights, Rutgers, New Jersey

  82. 2009 Invited commentator on “Liberalism and the Problem of Religious Justification,” Central Division APA, Chicago, Illinois

  83. 2009 Invited commentator on “Not 'Who?' but 'Why?': Information and Consent in the Ethics of Contemporary Health Care Decision-making,” Pacific Division APA, Vancouver, Canada

  84. 2009 Invited Critic for the Symposium on Anarchism and Minarchism, Eastern Division APA, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  85. 2009 “Conditions for Freedom in a Diverse World,” AMINTAPHIL conference on Free Speech in a Diverse World, Villanova University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  86. 2009 “Extending Access to Essential Drugs and Technologies: Making Trade in Pharmaceutical- and Bio- Technology Fair,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania

  87. 2009 “Nanotechnology, Enhancement, and Human Nature,” invited lecture, University of Western Michigan, Kalamazoo, Michigan

  88. 2009 “Debt-for-Nature Swaps,” presentation by Matt Frank (virtual attendance), International Society for Environmental Ethics and the International Association for Environmental Philosophy, Allenspark, Colorado

  89. 2008 “Fair Trade and Investment in Pharmaceutical- and Bio-technology,” American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Annual Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio

  90. 2008 “Should Libertarians Be (Some Kind of) Welfare Liberals?,” Rocky Mountain Ethics Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

  91. 2008 “Why Libertarians Must Be Welfare Liberals,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, Leeds University, Leeds, England

  92. 2008 “Rights, Needs, and Autonomy,” 3rd International Conference on Philosophy, Athens, Greece

  93. 2008 “Why Libertarians Should be Welfare Liberals,” invited paper, The Morris Colloquium, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

  94. 2008 “Free Trade, Poverty, and Climate Change,” Pacific Division APA Special Session Arranged by the Society for Philosophy and Public Affairs, Pasadena, California

  95. 2008 Invited commentator on “The Pond, the Envelope, and the Vintage Sedan: Taking Global Poverty Seriously,” Pacific Division APA, Pasadena, California

  96. 2008 “Free Trade and the Environment,” Energy and Responsibility: A Conference on Ethics and the Environment, Knoxville, Tennessee

  97. 2007 “Free Trade, Poverty, and the Environment,” Environment Energy Ethics Conference, Newark, Delaware

  98. 2007 “Rights, Needs, and Autonomy,” Northwest Philosophy Conference, Portland, Oregon

  99. 2007 Discussant, Applied Philosophy as Common Ground, Princeton, New Jersey

  100. 2007 “Securing Autonomy; Meeting Needs,” “Health Aid,” and “World Poverty and Individual Freedom,” invited lectures, departments of philosophy and medical history and ethics, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

  101. 2007 “Human Rights, Population Health, Trade and Aid” and “World Poverty and Individual Freedom,” invited lectures, department of philosophy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  102. 2007 “Shrinking Distance,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, John Hopkins/Georgetown University, Washington, D. C.

  103. 2007 “Conserving Nature, Preserving Identity,” with David Wong, invited lecture, Conference on the Indigenous Knowledge and Cultural Property: The Ethics of Cultural and Environmental Sovereignty and Stewardship, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

  104. 2007 “Global Justice in a Globalizing World,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

  105. 2007 “World Poverty and Individual Freedom,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida

  106. 2007 “Making Free Trade Fair: Global Justice and Climate Change,” invited lecture, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

  107. 2006 “Evaluating the Impact of the International Financial Institutions: Growth, Inequality, and World Poverty,” Ethics and Africa Conference, Cape Town, South Africa

  108. 2006 “Needs and Autonomy,” invited lecture, department of philosophy, Kwazulu-Natal University, Durban, South Africa

  109. 2006 “World Poverty and Individual Freedom,” Pacific Division APA, Portland, Oregon (see prizes)

  110. 2006 Invited Commentator on the Symposium on Globalization, Trade, and the Poor, Pacific Division APA, Portland, Oregon

  111. 2006 Invited Commentator on “The Impossibility of Pornographic Art,” Pacific Division APA Special Session Arranged by the American Society for Aesthetics, Portland, Oregon

  112. 2006 “Legitimacy, Autonomy, and Basic Needs,” invited Presentation, department of philosophy, University of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, Arizona

  113. 2006 “Autonomy and Needs,” University of Arizona Colloquium Series, Tucson, Arizona

  114. 2006 “World Poverty and Individual Freedom,” Loyola Graduate Student Conference in Philosophy, Chicago, Illinois

  115. 2005 “The Moral Permissibility of Infanticide,” with Uriah Kreigal, and “Global Justice in a Globalizing World,” The 32nd Conference on Value Inquiry, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

  116. 2005 “Hobbes’ Rationality Theory of Conflict,” Pacific Division APA Special Session arranged by the International Hobbes Association, San Francisco, California

  117. 2005 “The Case for Renewable Energy,” International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Oahu, Hawaii

  118. 2005 “The Transformative Value of Nature,” invited lecture, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado

  119. 2005 “Wildness and Aesthetic Appreciation,” University of Arizona Colloquium Series, Tucson, Arizona

  120. 2004 “Aesthetic Appreciation of the Environment,” American Society for Aesthetics Pacific Division Conference, Asilomar, California

  121. 2004 “Paradox and the Fictional Philosophical Composition,” Society for Exact Philosophy, Vancouver, Washington

  122. 2004 Commentary on “Dworkin’s Theory of Justified Paternalism” by Mark Engleson at The Second Annual Mardi Gras Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Ethics, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Other Honors, Grants, and Institutes:

  • 2015-2018 Dean’s award to support the Global Health Impact project ($15,000)

  • 2014 Brocher Summer Academy in the Ethics of Global Population Health 2014: Ethical Choices for DALYs and the Measurement of the Global Burden of Disease, Geneva, Switzerland

  • 2008-2010 Falk Grant ($4,000)

  • 2006-2007 American Association of University Women Dissertation Fellowship ($20,000)

    • One of about forty national fellowships awarded for the final year of dissertation work

  • 2006 Pacific Division APA Outstanding Paper Prize (see professional presentations)

  • 2006 Fink Prize for Best Overall Performance in the Graduate Program, University of Arizona

  • 2006 University of Chapel Hill Philosophy Department Research Grant

  • 2006 National Science Foundation Travel Grant

  • 2005 Earhart Foundation Fellowship

    • Research fellowship for one semester

  • 2005-2006 University of Arizona Graduate College Fellowship

  • 2005-2006 University of Arizona Graduate College Student Travel Grants

  • 2003-2006 University of Arizona Philosophy Department Graduate Student Travel Grants

  • 2006 Vienna International Summer University in Philosophy and Economics, Vienna, Austria

  • 2005 Summer Seminar on Globalization, Institute for Humane Studies, Denver, Colorado

  • 2004 The Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality, Berlin, Germany

  • 2004 Erasmus Summer Institute on Environmental Ethics, Portland, Oregon (see presentations)

  • 2001 University of Arizona Philosophy Department Graduate Student Grant

Courses:

  • Global Health Impact, spring 2015, Binghamton University

  • PHIL 147: Markets, Ethics, and Law, fall 2014, Binghamton University

  • PHIL 580A: Health Justice, spring 2013, Binghamton University

  • PHIL 608H: Global Justice, fall 2012, Binghamton University

  • PHIL 147: Markets, Ethics, and Law, fall 2012, Binghamton University

  • Philosophy 80-244: Environmental Ethics, spring 2011 and fall 2008, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Philosophy 80-136: Social Structure, Public Policy & Ethical Dilemmas, spring 2011, fall 2008, and fall 2007, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Philosophy 80-235 Political Philosophy, fall 2010 and fall 2011, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Philosophy 80-247 Health, Development and Human Rights, fall 2010 and spring 2009 (co-taught with Alex London), Carnegie Mellon University

  • ETHICSOC 185: Contemporary Moral Problems, spring 2009, Stanford University

  • Philosophy 80-247: Ethics and Global Economics, fall 2009 and fall 2011, Carnegie Mellon University

  • Philosophy 30: Applied Ethics, spring 2005, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

  • Philosophy 39: Business Ethics, fall 2005, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

  • Philosophy 322: Business Ethics, fall 2004 and spring 2004, University of Arizona

  • Philosophy 323: Environmental Ethics, summer 2004 and summer 2003, University of Arizona

  • Philosophy 101: Critical Thinking, fall 2003 and winter 2002, University of Arizona

  • Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (assisted), spring 2003, University of Arizona

  • Introduction to Ethics, fall 2002 (assisted), University of Arizona

  • Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (assisted), spring 2001, University of Arizona

  • Introduction to Philosophy of Science, fall 2001 (assisted), University of Arizona



Other Professional Activities:

  • 2014- Board of Editorial Consultants for Public Affairs Quarterly

  • 2013- Director of Graduate Studies Binghamton University

  • 2006 University of North Carolina Fellow, Parr Center for Ethics

  • 2005 Associate Editor for the premiere issue of the International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability

  • 2005 Consultant, Sustain Hawaii

  • 2004 Researcher, Philippines Community Organizers Society, Philippines

  • 2005 Graduate Student Representative to the Faculty, University of Arizona

  • Journals, presses, and blogs for which I have reviewed: Ethics; American Political Science Review; Economics and Philosophy; Philosophy, Politics, and Economics; American Philosophical Quarterly; Ethics, Policy & Environment, Journal of Medical Ethics; Ethics and International Affairs; Journal of Social Philosophy; Ethical Theory and Practice; Political Studies; Public Affairs Quarterly; Synthese; Journal of Value Inquiry; Cambridge University Press; Edinburgh University Press; Acumen Press; Blackwell Press; Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; Academia-Bruylant; Routledge Press; Public Reason

  • Public lectures: Carnegie Mellon’s International Festival 2007: Global Exchange: Trade, Rights & Welfare in a New World Economy, Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics and Political Philosophy and the Humanities Center lecture series "Global Connections, Global Responsibilities," Binghamton University Global Healthcare Management and Policy Conference, and Lakewood Colorado’s Rotary International

  • Volunteer work: Bay Islands Conservation Association (Honduras), La Esperanza, (Nicaragua), IFC Homeless Shelter (North Carolina), The Oasis Center (Arizona), and Boulder County Homeless Shelter (Colorado)

  • Professional associations with which I have been affiliated: The American Philosophical Association, American Political Science Association, American Section of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, North American Society for Social Philosophy, Aristotelian Society, The Nordic Society for Aesthetics, and International Studies Association.

Select papers available at: http://www.hss.cmu.edu/philosophy/hassoun/faculty-hassoun.php


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