CUNY GC Philosophy was well represented at the this year’s American Society for Aesthetics Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.
Pictured above (left to right): Tobyn De Marco, Bill Seeley, Jonathan Kwan, John Dyck, Saul Fisher, Sarah Gohkale, and Javier Gomez-Lavin.
The meeting program included:
Thursday, Nov. 17th
Katherine Tullmann (alumnus, now faculty at Union College): “(Im)moral Learning from Fiction”
John Dyck (PhD student) & Carl Matheson (University of Manitoba): “Articulating a Particularly Artistic Particularism”
Jonathan Gilmore (faculty, CUNY Graduate Center & Baruch College)
Jonathan Kwan (PhD student): “Philosophy Through Ambiguity: Readings of Blade Runner”
Bill Seeley (alumnus, now faculty at University of New Hampshire) and Saul Fisher (alumnus, now at Mercy College), Panelists for “Developmental Aesthetics: Growth of Aesthetic Capacities”
Friday, Nov. 18th
Lauren Alpert (PhD student): “Co-Authorship and the Ontology of Dance Works”
Javier Gomez-Lavin (PhD student): “Video Games as Social Instruments” (in a session chaired by PhD student Sarah Gohkale)
Saturday, Nov. 19th
John Dyck & Sarah Gokhale (PhD students), Panelists for “Junior Scholars: The Future of Aesthetics and the ASA”
Tobyn De Marco (alumnus, now at Bergen Community College), Commentator for Ian Heckman’s “Why Should I see a Performance Live?”
Mary Wiseman (faculty, Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate Center), Panelist for “Subjects and Embodiment in Japan and China: Aesthetics, Performance and Influences”