Adam Cureton, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, is a former Rhodes scholar. He is visually impaired and has recently done work on philosophical and moral issues related to disability. He has founded the Society for Philosophy and Disability, which now hosts sessions at the annual meetings of the American Philosophical Association (APA), and he recently taught an honors seminar on disability issues. He also serves on the APA’s Committee for inclusiveness, a rare thing for so junior a faculty member. He gave a paper on virtue and disability at the APA annual meeting in New Orleans, and a few weeks later, a paper on the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities at the annual Law and Philosophy conference in Boston. He previously co-edited a collection with Oxford University Press on disability issues. All of this activity is a supplement to his primary area of research, Kant’s ethics.