rnProfessor Jamieson's most recent book is Morality’s Progress: Essays rnon Humans, Other Animals, and the Rest of Nature (Oxford, 2002). Hern is also the editor or co-editor of seven books, most recently A rnCompanion to Environmental Philosophy (Blackwell, 2001), and Singerrn and his Critics (Blackwell, 1999), named by Choice as one ofrn the outstanding academic books of 1999. He has also published more thanrn eighty articles and book chapters. His research has been funded by thern Ethics and Values Studies Program of the National Science Foundation, rnthe US Environmental Protection Agency, the National Endowment for the rnHumanities, and the Office of Global Programs in the National rnAtmospheric and Aeronautics Administration. He is on the editorial boardrn of such journals as Environmental Ethics; Environmental rnValues; Science, Techology and Human Values; Science and rnEngineering Ethics; the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare; rnand The Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. rnrn
Dale Jamieson joined the NYU faculty in Spring, 2004, from Carleton rnCollege, where he was Henry R. Luce Professor in Human Dimensions of rnGlobal Change. Previously he was Professor of Philosophy at the rnUniversity of Colorado, Boulder, where he was the only faculty member torn have won both the Dean's award for research in the social sciences and rnthe Chancellor's award for research in the humanities. He has also heldrn visiting positions at Cornell, Stanford, Princeton, Oxford and Monash. rn
Philosopher Dale Jamieson poses fundamental questions about human and animal rights.