Hannah is an assistant professor at the University of Notre Dame. Her main research interests are in the areas of philosophy of biology, evolutionary game theory, and philosophy of science. While in Pittsburgh, she will be working on two projects. The first concerns our understanding of how mathematical models give insight into the evolution of social behaviors (e.g. altruism and cooperation). The second looks at how attempts to optimize the efficiency of scientific inquiry may unintentionally further disadvantage already marginalized groups, and also thereby impede scientific progress.
· Rubin, H. (under contract) Inclusive Fitness and Kin Selection. Cambridge Elements in Philosophy of Biology, Cambridge University Press.
· Huttegger, S., Rubin, H., & Zollman, K. (forthcoming) Invariance and Symmetry in Evolutionary Dynamics. American Philosophical Quarterly.
· Schneider, M., Rubin, H & O’Connor, C. (forthcoming) Promoting Diverse Collaborations. The Dynamics of Science: Computational Frontiers in History and Philosophy of Science.
· Rubin, H. (forthcoming) Reintroducing Kin Selection to the Human Behavioral Sciences. Philosophy of Science.
· Bruner, J.& Rubin, H. (2020) Inclusive Fitness and the Problem of Honest Communication. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 71(1), 115-137.
· Rubin, H., O’Connor, C. & Bruner, J. (2019) Experimental Economics for Philosophers. Methodological Advances in Experimental Philosophy, 75-206.
· Rubin, H., & O’Connor, C. (2018) Discrimination and Collaboration in Science. Philosophy of Science, 85(3), 380-402.
· Rubin, H. (2018) The Debate over Inclusive Fitness as a Debate over Methodologies. Philosophy of Science, 85(1), 1-30.