I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Iona College, where I also serve as a Neuroscience faculty advisor. From 2017-2018 I was a Visiting Assistant Professor for the Scientific and Philosophical Studies of Mind Program at Franklin and Marshall College. From 2015-2017 I was a Lecturer in Philosophy at King's College London. From 2014-2015 I was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Alabama. My research interests include philosophy of mind (especially action and moral psychology) and psychology, metaphysics (especially free will), and bioethics (including neuroethics and medical ethics).
Robyn Repko Waller
Department of Philosophy
New Rochelle, NY 10801
In July 2019, I will be a Visiting Collaborative Fellow at the Institute of Philosophy, University of London. While in the UK I will be presenting at the following:
"Agency during Sleep Deprivation: Neurological Underpinnings and Philosophical Implications"
- Action and Body Lab, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
- London Mind Group, LSE
"Disorders of Agency: Bridging Philosophical Theories of Control and Mechanisms of Psychotherapy"
- Open Sessions, Joint Session of the Aristotlelian Society and Mind Association
Discussant-at-large, Actions: The Mental and Bodily Conference, University of Warwick
In August 2019 I will be co-organizing and speaking at the workshop "Localizing Representations using Neuroimaging" at Stanford University.
In October 2019 I will be a visiting speaker at the Department of Philosophy, Marist College.
"Weakness of Will: The Paradigm and the 'Borderline'", Symposium on Weakness of Will, Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Vancouver, BC (April 2019)
"Manipulation, Compatibilism, and Perspectival Judgments", Group Session on Keith Lehrer on Free Will, Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Vancouver, BC (April 2019)
"Agency under Sleep Deprivation: Neurological Underpinnings and Philosophical Implications", Cognitive Science speaker series, CUNY Graduate Center, April 2019
In May and June 2018 I was a Fellow in the Summer Seminars in Neuroscience and Philosophy program at Duke University.