Maria Baghramian is the Professor of American Philosophy, Head of the School of Philosophy and co-director of the UCD Cognitive Science Programme at University College Dublin, Ireland. She was elected Member of the Royal Irish Academy in 2010 and was a Fulbright Senior Scholar in Harvard in 2014. In 2011 she founded the Society for Women in Philosophy- Ireland (SWIP-I) and was the Chair until 2018. Her research and publications have focused on relativism, pluralism, and Neo-pragmatist American philosophy. Her most recent book is The Problem of Relativism, co-authored with Annalisa Coliva (Routledge 2019). Currently she is a Principal Investigator, with Prof. Luke Drury, of “When Experts Disagree” (WEXD), an interdisciplinary research project on trust and expertise. Baghramian was born in Iran in an Armenian family but moved to Ireland in 1979.