At the end of January, Professor Sarah Moss, the William Wilhartz Professor in Philosophy, delivered her Inaugural Lecture with much success. She discussed the justification of sharing the criminal sentences facing a defendant with the jury acessing their trial. 

The talk was introuduced by LSA Dean, Anne Curzan and is now available for streaming visa the LSA Collegiate-Endowed Lectures archive.

Sarah Moss works mainly in epistemology and philosophy of language. Her research also addresses questions in formal semantics, philosophy of mind, and legal philosophy.

Thank you for a wonderful lecture, Sarah. We look forward to seeing what you will do with the professorship.