As well as being Director of the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Roger Crisp is Professor of Moral Philosophy in the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, and Uehiro Fellow in Philosophy at St Anne’s College, Oxford. He is an Honorary Professor at the Dianoia Institute of Philosophy, Australian Catholic University. He held a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship in 2003-5, and in 2010-11, the Findlay Visiting Professorship at Boston University. He was awarded the Thank-Offering-to-Britain Fellowship by the British Academy in 2015-16. His main research interest is ethics, including, as well as practical ethics, metaethics and normative ethical theory. He continues to work in other areas of philosophy, including ancient philosophy and political philosophy. He has published monographs on J.S. Mill (1997), Henry Sidgwick (2015), and the British moralists (2019), as well as Reasons and the Good (2006), a Sidgwickian defence of various positions in normative ethics. He has edited various collections, including the Oxford Handbook of the History of Ethics, and has translated Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics for Cambridge University Press.