Dr. Heidi Savage 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Women and Gender Studies
SUNY Geneseo
Biographical Information
I graduated with my PhD from the University of Maryland in 2008, and then spent two enjoyable years there as a post-doctoral fellow. In the fall of 2010, I took a position as a visiting assistant professor at Saint Mary's University. In 2011, I held the same position at the University of Rochester. Currently, I am an assistant professor at SUNY Geneseo joint with the philosophy department and the women's and gender studies program. 
Research Interests
My central interest is in philosophy of  language, specifically, in the semantics of proper names. But I have other interests as well including personal identity, free will, Kant's metaphysics, feminist theory, epistemic rationality, and meta-ethics.
Philanthropy Interests​

In addition to my academic interests, I also have a strong commitment to eliminating economic injustice, and I invite you to donate to the Give Directly charity by clicking here. Last, I also have a deep love for animals and I encourage you to donate to Friends of Animals by clicking here.
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