Ryan Pevnick recently earned his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia’s Department of Politics and is writing a book on justice and immigration.
His work has appeared in the Journal of Political Philosophy and Political Studies.
Philip Cafaro is associate professor of philosophy at Colorado State University. A former ranger with the U.S. National Park Service, his interests include environmental ethics, ethical theory, and wild lands preservation.
He is the author of Thoreau’s Living Ethics: Walden and the Pursuit of Virtue (2004) and coeditor with Ronald Sandler of the anthology Environmental Virtue Ethics (2005). He has published articles in the Journal of Social Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Philosophy Today, and BioScience.
Mathias Risse is professor of public policy and philosophy at the Harvard Kennedy School. His recent work on trade and migration appears in Politics, Philosophy & Economics and European Journal of Philosophy.
Risse is writing a book called The Grounds of Justice: An Essay on Global Political Philosophy.