More than 10% of a national leadership program volunteers this year are from Grinnell.
Faulconer Gallery exhibition “Against Reason: Anti/Enlightenment Prints by Callot, Hogarth, Piranesi and Goya,” explores the darker side of the Enlightenment, opens Friday, April 3.
Ed Cohn wins awards that will support his research on how citizens interacted with an intrusive and ever-vigilant surveillance state.
National expert on political philosophy will talk about the meaning of consent in a democracy.
Hallie Liberto will present "Sexual Promises" on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015.
From NASA to Norway, one young alum follows her passions.
Underrepresented students interested in teaching tomorrows’ college students earn mentoring from second-year to tenure.
Faculty panels explore the concept of wonder and its manifestations in culture and science as part of Wunderkammer exhibit.
Off Campus Studies
You will find ample off-campus study opportunities through Grinnell. Some Grinnell philosophy majors, through a cooperative agreement, have studied at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Leuven in Belgium, where they focus on the historical development of philosophy along with major contemporary movements.
Philosophical thinking is a foundation of education in the liberal arts. Philosophy enriches thought, imagination, understanding, and experience. By studying philosophy, you’ll confront questions and problems both theoretical and practical about yourself and your relation to the world. The department’s curriculum focuses on interdisciplinary and classical philosophical topics, European philosophy, and the history of philosophy.