Tulane University’s graduate philosophy program is pluralist in orientation, with six members in the analytic tradition, two in continental, two in American, and one in classical. Michael Zimmerman offers seminars in Heidegger and Nietzsche,gender theory, and environmental philosophy (with emphasis on postmodern theory). John Glenn teaches Kant and Kierkegaard on a regular basis. He has also taught Sartre and contemporary French philosophy. Dissertation committees on continental philosophy include Zimmerman and Glenn, with Ronna Burger usually serving as third member. An Aristotle and Plato scholar, she is well informed about continental philosophy. Graduate students can write dissertations on virtually any topic in continental philosophy.