Keith Frankish joins Department as Honorary Reader

Keith Frankish has been appointed Honorary Reader in Philosophy at Sheffield.

Honorary Reader Keith Frankish stood in front of a bookshelf

Keith first joined the Department of Philosophy at Sheffield as a postgraduate student in the mid-1990s. While with the department, he wrote a PhD thesis under the supervision of Peter Carruthers, held a Temporary Lectureship, and was closely involved in the work of the Hang Seng Centre for Cognitive Studies. He later joined the Open University and relocated to Crete.

Keith's main research interests lie in philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology, and cognitive science generally and has published several books and papers on these topics.

Keith will be involved in a range of research activities in the department and will contribute to supervision at PhD level and for the MA in Cognitive Studies.

We are delighted to welcome him back to the Department and look forward to working with him.

Find out more about Keith's research.