Professor Riddle receives prestigious Clark Award
“Riddle’s many books and articles have made a significant impact on these fields by exploring interdisciplinary connections, supplementing and applying a prominent theory of justice in fruitful ways, and addressing some of the most pressing social issues of our time.”
He is the author of Disability & Justice (Lexington/Rowman & Littlefield, 2014), Human Rights, Disability, & Capabilities (Palgrave MacMillan, 2016), and the editor of From Disability Theory to Practice (Lexington/Rowman & Littlefield, 2018).
Riddle earned his Ph.D. from Queen's University at Kingston. He specializes in Applied Ethics (especially philosophical issues arising from the experience of disability) and Social and Political Philosophy, particularly the capabilities approach.
In 2020, he was a visiting scholar at the Hastings Center in New York, and in 2016 he was a visiting researcher at the Brocher Foundation in Switzerland.
He has published in numerous journals, including The Journal of Social Philosophy; Bioethics; The American Journal of Bioethics; Medicine, Health Care, and Philosophy; Essays in Philosophy; Topoi; and Disability Studies Quarterly.
Adam Cureton, former president of the Society for Philosophy and Disability, said, “Riddle’s many books and articles have made a significant impact on these fields by exploring interdisciplinary connections, supplementing and applying a prominent theory of justice in fruitful ways, and addressing some of the most pressing social issues of our time.”
Named for Harold "Tom" Clark, this award is given annually to a professor at Utica University who exemplifies the highest traditions of scholarship. A 1965 graduate of Utica University, Tom Clark is a former member of the UC Foundation, and past chairman of the Utica University Board of Trustees. He endowed the fund for the purpose of recognizing and encouraging faculty creative accomplishments.
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