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We met in college as students at Princeton University and ourfriendship was further cemented when we both decided to major in
Philosophy. We argued over all sorts of philosophical topics,commiserated over the grad school application process and evenstruggled through Introductory German together. We’ve remained dear,close friends ever since, as this photo attests! :)
My name is Vanessa Wills and I am the philosopher on the left. As ofAugust 2012, I will be Assistant Professor of Philosophy at SaintJoseph’s University, which is in my hometown of Philadelphia, PA. Myresearch interests are in moral, social, and political philosophy, and19th century philosophy (especially Karl Marx). When I am not writing,reading, or teaching philosophy, I like to sing, practice yoga,think about film (and watch it, of course), and search for secondhand treasures.I am Jennifer Morton (the philosopher on the right), and I am anAssistant Professor at City College CUNY. I work in moral philosophy,philosophy of action and practical reason, and philosophy ofeducation. I grew up in Lima, Peru, came to the US to attend college,and have been here ever since. When I am not philosophizing I like to
enjoy everything New York has to offer, such as galleries, museums,music shows, etc, read fiction, travel, swim, and run all overBrooklyn.
We met in college as students at Princeton University and our
friendship was further cemented when we both decided to major in
Philosophy. We argued over all sorts of philosophical topics,
commiserated over the grad school application process and even
struggled through Introductory German together. We’ve remained dear,
close friends ever since, as this photo attests! :)

My name is Vanessa Wills and I am the philosopher on the left. As of
August 2012, I will be Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Saint
Joseph’s University, which is in my hometown of Philadelphia, PA. My
research interests are in moral, social, and political philosophy, and
19th century philosophy (especially Karl Marx). When I am not writing,
reading, or teaching philosophy, I like to sing, practice yoga,
think about film (and watch it, of course), and search for secondhand treasures.

I am Jennifer Morton (the philosopher on the right), and I am an
Assistant Professor at City College CUNY. I work in moral philosophy,
philosophy of action and practical reason, and philosophy of
education. I grew up in Lima, Peru, came to the US to attend college,
and have been here ever since. When I am not philosophizing I like to
enjoy everything New York has to offer, such as galleries, museums,
music shows, etc, read fiction, travel, swim, and run all over
Brooklyn.
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