Welcome to my web site. I am a professor in the Philosophy Department at Princeton University. I
began teaching at Princeton as an assistant professor in the Fall
of 1997, after receiving my PhD from M.I.T.'s Department of Linguistics and Philosophy. Before
returning to Princeton for the Fall semester of 2005, I was an
assistant (2001-2004) then associate (2004-2005) professor in the
School of Philosophy of Cornell University. (See my CV.) My research and teaching interests fall
mainly in the areas of philosophy of language, metaphysics, philosophical logic, and philosophical linguistics.
Princeton PhLiP 2014, organized by
Karen Lewis and Delia Fara
It's out, … in paperback!
Routledge Comanion to the Philosophy of Language, edited by
Gillian Russell and Delia Graff Fara
Please note that I now use my married name professionally and publish under the name "Delia Graff Fara" ("Fara,
Delia Graff"), using the "Judith Jarvis
Rodham Clinton"/"Ruth Barcan
Marcus" convention ("Fara" as the last name, "Graff" as the
middle name), and will use "Professor Fara" for formal purposes.
For citation of works published under the name "Delia Graff", I
prefer that they be cited in the following way:
- For full-name references, use 'Delia Graff Fara';
- For last-name-only references, use 'Fara';
- For in-text citations, use 'Fara', as in '(Fara 2000)';
- In the bibliography, alphabetize under 'Fara' and include a
note saying what name the thing was originally published
under, as in:
Fara, Delia Graff: 2000, "Shifting Sands: An
Interest-Relative Theory of Vagueness," Philosophical
Topics 28: 45-81. Originally published under the name "Delia Graff".