NAT HANSEN

Associate Professor of Philosophy

University of Reading

n.d.hansen@reading.ac.uk

NEWS

I'll be giving a talk at the University of Iceland on October 1.

I'll be in Berlin in the summers of 2021–2023 on a Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers working with Julia Zakkou.

Emma Borg and I have received funds from the University of Reading's Interdisciplinary Research Fund to support a two-year project on Corpus Linguistics and Legal Interpretation based at the Centre for Cognition Research.

I have an upcoming talk at the Stanley Cavell: A Retrospective conference at San Raffaele University in Milan.

Eugen Fischer and I have received funds from the Fritz Thyssen Stiftung for a conference on "Philosophy's Experimental Turn and the Challenge from Ordinary Language", to be held in Berlin in summer 2022.

A paper I co-authored on the ordinary concept of pain has been published in the Review of Philosophy and Psychology.

I won "Supervisor of the Year" for the UROP Project "New Methods in Online Experimental Philosophy of Language".

I'm working on a book on contemporary ordinary language philosophy.

I presented "A Corpus Study of 'Know'" at the Corpus Fortnight with my co-authors J.D. Porter and Kathryn Francis. There's a video recording of the talk with slides on the corpus fortnight website.

I talk about experimental philosophy of language in the "Into the Coast" series of philosophy videos.