|2017-2018 à aujourd'hui||Direction d'axe, Éthique et santé|
|2014-2015 à aujourd'hui||Membre régulier-ère, Éthique et santé|
Participations aux événements du CRÉ
|14 mars 2019||Animal welfare organizations: responding to ethical challenges|
|22 octobre 2018||« Animal welfare organizations: responding to ethical challenges »|
|4 juin 2018||Congrès annuel de l’Association canadienne de philosophie 2018|
|24 mai 2018||« Not in their Name », par Holly Lawford-Smith|
|25 octobre 2017||« Luck egalitarianism, shame, and (self-)respect »|
|27 mars 2017||Kristin Voigt (McGill) et Colin Chapman (McGill)|
|17 mai 2017||Convergence and Divergence between Animal and Environmental Ethics|
|18 octobre 2011||Conférence de Kristin Voigt au CRÉUM|
Kristin Voigt is an Assistant Professor at McGill University, jointly appointed in the Department of Philosophy and the Institute for Health and Social Policy. She received her DPhil in political philosophy from the University of Oxford in 2008, where she completed a dissertation on luck egalitarianism. From 2007-08, she worked as an Assistant Professor at the European College of Liberal Arts (now ECLA-Bard) in Berlin. Subsequently, she held research positions at Harvard University’s Program in Ethics and Health (2008-10), Lancaster University, UK (2010-11) and McGill University (2011-12), before becoming a faculty member at McGill in 2012.
Her research areas include political philosophy, especially egalitarian theories of social and distributive justice, normative aspects of social and health policy, public health ethics, including tobacco control, (childhood) obesity and the use of incentives to improve health outcomes, conceptions and measures of health and health inequality.