Prof. Adrienne Martin, Ph.D.
Adrienne Martin is Akshata Murty'02 and Rishi Sunak Associate Professor of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics,
and George R. Roberts Fellow, at Claremont McKenna College. She was Laurence S. Rockefeller Visiting Fellow at
the Princeton Center for Human Values, and Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Institutes of Health‘s Department of Clinical Bioethics. She received her PhD in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina.
Adrienne Martin’s research centers in the ethics of interpersonal relationships, with particular focus on emotional
attitudes such as hope, trust, love, gratitude, and pride. Recent publications include Personal Bonds: Directed
Obligations Without Rights (2019) and Interpersonal Hope, in The Moral Psychology of Hope, eds. Bloeser and Stahl (Washington DC, 2019). She also published on topics in animal ethics, medical ethics, and the history of Western philosophy. Her book, How We Hope: A Moral Psychology was published at Princeton University Press (2013). She is also the editor of The Routledge Handbook of Love in Philosophy (New York, 2019).
Adrienne Martin is member of the CAS Research Group "Relationships in Transition: Normative Challenges" of Prof. Dr. Monika Betzler.