Jada Twedt Strabbing

Jada Twedt Strabbing

Associate Professor of Philosophy



5057 Woodward Ave., 12th Floor, Room 12206.2

Curriculum vitae

Jada Twedt Strabbing


I specialize in moral philosophy, particularly agency and responsibility, moral psychology, and metaethics.  My current research is on the nature of moral responsibility, blame, and forgiveness.  I also work on ethical issues in the philosophy of religion.


  • Ph.D., Philosophy, Princeton University (2011)
  • Certificate of Advanced Studies in Mathematics, University of Cambridge (2004)
  • B.A., Philosophy and Psychology, University of Oxford (2003)
  • B.A., Physics and Philosophy, Kenyon College (2001)

Selected publications


Currently teaching

PHI 1110: Ethical Issues in Health Care

PHI 5290: Free Will and Moral Responsibility
HON 4200: Free Will and Moral Responsibility
PHI 7840: Seminar in Ethics - Responsibility and Blame 
PHI 3800/HON 4200/PHI 5800 Special Topics: Freedom and Responsibility