In 2001 the SPA created a Centenary Fellowship in celebration of 100 years of its existence.  Each year a special grant enables one of the departments to host a visit by a distinguished philosopher for a period of between one and six months.  (The grant may also be used to host shorter visits by several philosophers.)


SPA Centenary Fellows:

2021 St Andrews (TBA)

2020 Aberdeen

  • Kerstin Andermann (Technical University Dresden/Luneburg University)
  • Michael Beaney (Humboldt University)
  • Joe Ulatowski (Waikato University)

2019 Glasgow

  • Susanna Siegel (Harvard)

2018 Dundee

  • Alexander R. Galloway (NYU)
  • Maria Sa Cavalcante Schuback (Södertörn)

2017 Stirling

  • Albert Casullo (Nebraska)

2016 Edinburgh

  • Edouard Machery (Pittsburgh)
  • Voula Tsouna (UC Santa Barbara)
  • Kati Farkas (Central European University)
  • Jamie Dreier (Brown)

2015 St Andrews

  • Stephen Darwall (Yale University)

2014 Aberdeen

  • Jenann Ismael (University of Arizona)

2013 Glasgow

  • Tyler Burge (University of California, Los Angeles)
  • Wlodek Rabinowicz (Lund University)

2012 Dundee

  • John Protevi (Louisiana State University)
  • Levi Bryant (Collin College)

2011 Stirling

  • Jean-Michel Roy (ENS-LSH, Paris)

2010 Edinburgh

  • Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame)
  • Victor Caston (University of Michigan)
  • Robert Stalnaker (MIT)

2009 St Andrews

  • Miles Burnyeat (University of Cambridge)
  • Catarina Dutilh Novaes (University of Amsterdam)

2008 Aberdeen

  • Kent Bach (San Francisco State University)
  • Peter Ludlow (University of Michigan)
  • Jonathan Shaffer (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
  • Jason Stanley (Rutgers University)

2007 Glasgow

  • Kit Fine (New York University)
  • Ruth Chang (Rutgers University)

2006 Dundee

  • Charles Taliaferro (St Olaf’s College, Minnesota)
  • Valerie Tiberius (University of Minnesota)
  • Paul Patton (University of New South Wales, Sydney)
  • Moira Gatens (University of Sydney)

2005 Stirling

  • Keith DeRose (Yale University)
  • John Greco (Fordham University)

2004 Edinburgh

  • Carlo Natali (University of Venice)
  • Cristina Viano (CNRS)
  • Tim Chappell (University of Dundee)

2003 St Andrews

  • Sally Haslanger (MIT)
  • Stephen Yablo (MIT)

2002 Aberdeen

  • Knud Haakonssen (Boston University)