Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

2018 Fall Graduate Student Symposium

The Fordham Philosophical Society presents its 2018 fall symposium: an annual event in which members of the philosophy department gather to listen to two paper presentations from current graduate students and discuss them at length over dinner and refreshments. This year's fall symposium will take place on October 26th in the Collins Hall conference room at 6:00 pm. The title of the featured presentations will be announced closer to the date. 

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Sep
14
12:00 PM12:00

Brown Bag Series

A presentation of ongoing research by Fordham Philosophers; bring your own lunch, light refreshments will be provided. All meetings are from 12:00-1:00 pm in the Philosophy Department Conference Room in Collins Hall.

Contact: Stephen Grimm

Stephen Grimm - September 14, 2018
Andrew Jampol-Petzinger - October 26, 2018
Lauren Kopajtic - November 16, 2018
Nicholas Smyth - February 15, 2019
Brian Johnson - March 15, 2019
Crina Gschwandtner - April 5, 2019

 

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Apr
24
5:30 PM17:30

Epistemology & Ethics Workshop with Prof. Nomy Arpaly

Prof. Nomy Arpaly (Brown University) will discuss a paper with the Fordham Epistemology & Ethics Group

Location: Plaza View Room, 12th Floor Lowenstein Building, Lincoln Center Campus

The paper will be distributed by the event coordinator and read by attendees prior to the meeting. Those interested in attending the meeting and/or joining the Epistemology & Ethics Group should contact Diana Heney.

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Apr
12
to Apr 14

Hacer Escuela/Inventing School: Latin American Pedagogy Conference

The Hacer Escuela/Inventing School workshop series brings together Latin American thinkers working on philosophies of education influenced by critical theory traditions, with professors, undergraduate and graduate students, and others studying critical theory in North America. Our project asks how, notwithstanding the increasing imposition of neoliberal measures, a variety of education movements from Latin American and the Caribbean have given rise to new understandings of pedagogical relations, of what it means to be a subject of education, and how educational practice can refigure public space.

Confirmed Speakers: 
Walter Omar Kohan (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro and the Núcleo de Estudos de Filosofias e Infâncias)
Frances Negrón-Muntaner (Columbia University)
Marlène Ramírez-Cancio (Hemispheric Institute, New York University)
Melissa Rosario (Center for Embodied Pedagogy and Action, Puerto Rico)
Doris Sommer (Harvard University and Cultural Agents)

Location: 12th Floor lounge (April 12-13) and McMahon 109 (April 14)

For more information, please refer to the conference's site. 

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Mar
20
5:30 PM17:30

Epistemology & Ethics Workshop with Prof. Sophie Horowitz

Prof. Sophie Horowitz (UMass Amherst) will discuss a paper with the Fordham Epistemology & Ethics Group

Location: Plaza View Room, 12th Floor Lowenstein Building, Lincoln Center Campus

The paper will be distributed by the event coordinator and read by attendees prior to the meeting. Those interested in attending the meeting and/or joining the Epistemology & Ethics Group should contact Diana Heney.

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Feb
27
5:30 PM17:30

Epistemology & Ethics Workshop with Sam Kampa

Sam Kampa (Fordham University) will discuss a paper with the Fordham Epistemology & Ethics Group

Location: Plaza View Room, 12th Floor Lowenstein Building, Lincoln Center Campus

The paper will be distributed by the event coordinator and read by attendees prior to the meeting. Those interested in attending the meeting and/or joining the Epistemology & Ethics Group should contact Diana Heney.

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Feb
26
6:30 PM18:30

Walton Lecutre: Dr. Guy Consolmagno, SJ

Dr. Guy Consolmagno, S.J., will deliver the annual Walton Lecture for 2018. 

Guy Consolmagno is a planetary scientist, the director of the Vatican Observatory, and president of the Vatican Observatory Foundation. He is the author of over 200 scientific publications, and several popular books including Would You Baptize an Extraterrestial? (with Paul Mueller, SJ) and Turn Left at Orion (with Dan Davis). He has hosted science programs for BBC Radio, has been interviewed in numerous documentary films, has appeared on The Colbert Report, and writes a monthly science column for The Tablet. He is the 2014 recipient of the Carl Sagan Medal from the American Astronomical Society.

Location: E. Gerald Corrigan Conference Center, 12th Floor

For more information, please visit the Walton Lecture Series' site. 

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