I'm currently an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at McGill University. Before coming to McGill, I was a Research Assistant Professor in Philosophy at UNC-Chapel Hill and Core Faculty in the UNC/Duke Program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. Prior to that, I completed a PhD at the University of Arizona, an MA at Brandeis University, and a BA at Wheaton College (Norton, MA). In Spring 2017, I was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard; and in Summer 2019, I was an RSSS Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University.
I work mostly at the intersection of normative ethics and metaethics, but I also enjoy writing and talking about issues in political philosophy, epistemology, moral psychology, and the history of ethics.
I organize the annual Chapel Hill Normativity Workshop with Alex Worsnip.
The best way to get in touch with me is by email at chris [dot] howard [at] mcgill [dot] ca. You can also follow me on Twitter: @cmhphilosophy.
Here's an interview with me at the Legal-Phi blog. And here's my CV.