...most of which I learned about in the course of up-dating the faculty rosters for the fall 2006 surveys. Here they are (apologies for inadvertent omissions):
*Raphael Woolf (ancient philosophy), currently on tenure-track at Harvard University, has accepted a post as Reader in the Department of Philosophy at King's College, London.
*Brian Skyrms (decision and game theory, epistemology, philosophy of science) at the University of California at Irvine has accepted a part-time post at Stanford University (he will be one quarter at Stanford, two quarters at Irvine).
*Thomas Johansen (ancient philosophy) at the University of Edinburgh has accepted a post as University Lecturer at Oxford University.
*Margaret Gilbert (philosophy of social science, political philosophy) at the University of Connecticut has accepted the Melden Chair at the University of California at Irvine.
*Otavio Bueno (philosophy of science and math) at the University of South Carolina has accepted a tenured offer from the University of Miami.
*Cynthia (philosophy of mind, metaphysics) and Graham MacDonald (philosophy of mind, philosophy of social sciences), both at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand are moving to Queen's University, Belfast, she full-time, he half-time (he will remain half-time at Canterbury).
*Jenann Ismael (philosophy of science and physics) at the University of Arizona will take up a five-year post at the University of Sydney.
*William Demopoulos (philosophy of logic and math, history of analytic philosophy), who had been on leave from University of Western Ontario as a professor at the University of California at Irvine, will return to UWO.