Curriculum Vitae PDF

Academic Positions

  • Assistant Professor

    2014-Present
    Department of Philosophy
    Kansas State University

  • Research Fellow

    2012-2013
    Medicine, Ethics, Society and History Unit
    University of Birmingham

Education

  • Ph.D. - Philosophy - 2013

    Australian National University
    Thesis: "A Philosophical Examination of Security: The Concept and Its Value"
    Panel: Michael Selgelid (Chair), Christian Enemark, Nic Southwood

  • B.A. (Honours I) - Philosophy and International Relations - 2007

    University of Queensland
    Thesis: "The Securitization of Avian Influenza in Vietnam and Indonesia"

  • B.Sc. - Microbiology - 2006

    University of Queensland

Grants and Awards

Publications

  1. Agent-Based Models of Restrictions on Dual-Use Research

    Wagner E & Herington J, British Journal of Philosophy of Science (forthcoming)

  2. The Contribution of Security to Well-being

    Herington J, Journal of Ethics & Social Philosophy (2019), 14(3): 173-209

  3. Measuring the Biases that Matter: The Ethical and Causal Foundations of Measures for Fairness in Algorithms

    Glymour B & Herington J, Proceedings of the 2019 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability and Transparency (2019): 269-278 PDF

  4. Against the Autonomy Argument for Mandatory GMO Labelling

    Herington J, Public Affairs Quarterly (2018), 32(2): 85-117

  5. Climate-related insecurity, loss and damage

    Herington J, Ethics, Policy & Envrionment (2017), 20(2): 184-194 PDF

    Commentary by Mintz-Woo, K, "Security and Distribution, or Should You Care About Merely Possible Losses?", Ethics, Policy, and Environment (2019), 21 (3):382-386

  6. Health Security and Risk Aversion

    Herington J, Bioethics (2016), 30(7): 479-489

  7. The Concept of Security, Liberty, Fear and the State

    Herington J, Security: Dialogue across disciplines, (2015) edited by P Bourbeau. (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge): 22-44 PDF

  8. Obesity, Liberty, and Public Health Emergencies

    Herington J, Dawson A, Draper H, The Hastings Center Report (2014), 44(6): 26-35

    Commentary by Gostin L, "Public Health Emergencies: What Counts?", The Hastings Center Report (2014), 44(6): 36-37

  9. Live liver donation, ethics and practitioners

    Thomas E, Bramhall S, Herington J, Draper H, Journal of Medical Ethics (2014), 40(3): 157-162 PDF

  10. The limits of global health diplomacy: Taiwan’s observer status at the world health assembly

    Herington J & Lee K, Globalization and Health (2014), 10: 71-80 PDF

  11. The Concept of Security

    Herington J, Ethics and Security Aspects of Infectious Disease Control: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (2012), ed. M.J. Selgelid & C. Enemark. (Ashgate: Burlington): 7-26 PDF

    Reprinted in Security Ethics (2015), ed. K. Hadjimatheou, J. Guelke & T. Sorell. (Ashgate: Burlington) Link

  12. The Securitisation of Infectious Disease: International Norms and Domestic Politics in Asia

    Curley M & Herington J, Review of International Studies (2011), 37(1): 141-166 PDF

    Reprinted in Health Security and Governance (2012), ed. N. Thomas. (Routledge: London). Link

  13. Securitization of infectious diseases in Vietnam: the cases of HIV and avian influenza

    Herington J, Health Policy and Planning (2010), 25(6): 467-475 PDF

Book Reviews/Commentaries