Dr Timothy Waligore
Timothy Waligore writes about the relations between multiculturalism, global justice, and intergenerational justice. His research interests include Kant, indigenous peoples, reparations, climate debt, and contextual and constructivist approaches to justice. His past and forthcoming publications include writings in 'Kantian Review', 'Public Reason: Journal of Moral and Political Philosophy', 'The Encyclopedia of Political Thought', 'The Encyclopedia of Human Rights', 'The New Republic', and 'The Nation'.
Before joining "Justitia Ampflicata", he was the Democracy and Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Philosophy at Queen's University in Canada, working under the direction of Will Kymlicka.
Timothy Waligore received his Ph.D in Political Science in 2008 from Columbia University, where he majored in political theory and minored in international relations. His dissertation was entitled "Cosmopolitan Right and Historical Wrong: Kantian Theory and Reparations for Indigenous Peoples." He graduated with a B.A. in Government from Dartmouth College in 2001.
He has previously taught at Smith College, Columbia University, Queen's University, and the City University of New York.
After his stay at Justitia Amplificata Timothy Waligore has been offered a Tenure Track Position at Pace University, New York.
“Legitimate Expectations, Historical Injustice, and Perverse Expectations for Settlers,” Moral Philosophy and Politics, Vol. 4, Issue 2 (October 2017): 207-228.
“Rawls, Self-Respect, and Assurance: How Past Injustice Changes What Counts As Justice,” Politics, Philosophy & Economics, Vol. 15, No. 1 (2016): 42-66.