Edited by Jon Miller and Rahul Kumar
Jon Miller is an assistant professor of philosophy at Queen's University (Canada). Apart from reparations, he works on early modern rationalism and the Hellenistic era of ancient philosophy. His next major project will be to understand better how and why philosophical conceptions of happiness changed during the early modern era.
Rahul Kumar is an associate professor of philosophy at Queen's University (Canada). He works mainly in moral and political philosophy. His current research concerns questions in non-consequentialist moral theory and intergenerational ethics.
Jon Miller, Queen's University, Canada
Rahul Kumar, Queen's University, Canada
Elazar Barkan, Claremont Graduate University
Jeremy Waldron, New York University
Rebecca Tsosie, Arisona State University
Janna Thompson, University of Melbourne
Glenn Loury, Brown University
Andrew Valls, Oregon State University
Carolyn Benson, St Andrews University
Pablo de Greiff, International Centre for Transitional Justice
Debra Satz, Stanford University
Catherine Lu, McGill University
Rajeev Bhargava, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Brandon Hamber, think-tank Democratic Dialogue
Kok-Chor Tan, University of Pennsylvania
Yael Danieli, Director of the Group Project for Holocaust Survivors and their Children.