- Justin Coates (free will) hired by University of Houston.
- Felipe De Brigard (consciousness, free will, well-being) hired by Duke University.
- Billy Dunaway (experimental philosophy meta-survey) post-doc at University of Oxford.
- Adam Feltz (intentional action, knowledge, personality differences) hired by Michigan Technological University.
- James Genone (reference) hired by Rutgers-Camden.
- Philipp Koralus (moral cognition) hired by St. Catherine’s College, Oxford.
- Victor Kumar (personal identity, moral cognition) post-doc at University of Michigan.
- Shen-yi (Sam) Liao (happiness, aesthetics) first Marie Curie International Incoming fellow at Leeds, then hired by Nanyang Technological University.
- Theresa Lopez (moral cognition) post-doc at Hamilton College.
- Eric Mandelbaum (moral responsibility, abstract/concrete differences) hired by Baruch College.
- Josh May (weakness of will, knowledge) hired by University of Alabama at Birmingham.
- Marc Moffett (knowing how) associate professor and chair of the department at University of Texas, El Paso.
- Kaija Mortensen (metaphilosophy) hired by Randolph College.
- Joshua Shepherd (free will, intentional action) post-doc at The Oxford Centre for Neuroethics, University of Oxford.
- Justin Sytsma (consciousness, causation, reference) hired by Victoria University.
- Jennifer Zamzow (moral cognition) post-doc in Ethics and Cognition at Carnegie Mellon (Center for Ethics and Policy).
In addition, Jason Stanley (coauthor of an experimental philosophy paper on knowledge) was hired at Yale, and psychologist Steve Guglielmo (coauthor of a number of experimental philosophy papers on intentional action) was hired at Macalester.
These people have really done some fantastic work, and their successes are very well deserved. A huge congratulations to them all!
p.s. I'm sure that I am missing some people here, so if you know of anyone else, please let me know. (Seriously, don't be needlessly humble: if I have forgotten to mention you, be sure to send me an email.)
p.p.s. If you are curious about the experimental philosophers hired last year, check out last year's post.