We are saddened to report the death of Delia Graff Fara.
Delia Graff Fara, a noted professor of philosophy of language at Princeton University, died peacefully at home July 18 after a chronic illness. She was 48.
Fara served on Princeton’s faculty for 11 years. She made exceptional contributions to her field and was a highly engaged member of the philosophy community, her colleagues said.
“Delia was an eminent scholar, an extremely conscientious teacher and an exemplary department citizen,” said Michael Smith, the McCosh Professor of Philosophy and department chair.
You can read the rest of the obituary from the Princeton webpage here.
Jason Stanley also has also written an obituary, posted at the Collegium of Black Women Philosophers, which can be read here.