Mark McNiskin wins Kalorama Research Fellowship

Mark Profile photoMark McNiskin has received a Kalorama Research Fellowship, worth $5,000, to conduct 10 weeks of full-time research in philosophy in summer 2019. He will explore the way in which human lives are distinctively whole, or complete, by comparing Aristotle's take on this (in the Nicomachean Ethics) to Heidegger's (in Being and Time). This project will produce original research that contributes to ongoing philosophical discussions.  Mark's research will be supervised by Professor Kate Withy.