Notable Carleton Alumni

Notable figures who have studied philosophy at Carleton include John Manley (former Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Canada), Elizabeth Hanna (speech language pathologist and voice actress whose work has been featured in Beetlejuice: The Animated SeriesBabarThe Care Bears, and Sailor Moon), Susan Bordo (Professor of Women and Gender Studies, Singletary Chair in Humanities, University of Kentucky), Russel Zinn (Justice of the Federal Court of Canada), Christine Koggel (Professor of Philosophy at Carleton University, former Harvey Wexler Chair in Philosophy and Co-director of the Center for International Studies at Bryn Mawr College), Lynn Coady, author of Strange HeavenThe Antagonist, and Hellgoing, and winner of the 2013 Scotiabank Giller Prize), Barbara Gamble McInner (former CEO of the Ottawa Community Foundation), Kevin Churchill (Assistant Coach and former Captain of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship men’s Ravens basketball team), Aaron Mills (graduate of Yale University law school and winner of a $50,000 Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Talent Award for research into Indigenous legal traditions and dialogues of reconciliation), Tim Kenyon (Vice President, Research at Brock University), Christopher Viger (assistant department chair, past undergraduate chair (2010-14), and the Rotman Faculty Fellow in Philosophy and Neuroscience (2012-14) at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy), Jamie Kelly (Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Vassar College), and Ryan Turbull (Member of Parliament, and former EPAC Director).

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