Linda Martín Alcoff Discusses New Book "Rape and Resistance"

Linda Martín Alcoff Discusses New Book “Rape and Resistance”

Prof. Linda Martín Alcoff will discuss her most recent publication, Rape and Resistance (Polity Press), in a Book Salon on Sept. 12th from 6:30-8pm in…

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SWIP-Analytic Fall 2018 Events

SWIP-Analytic Fall 2018 Events

Thursday, September 20, 4:00pm-6:00pm CUNY Graduate Center, Room 9205 Meghan Sullivan (Notre Dame), “Temporal Discounting in Psychology and Philosophy: Four Proposals for Mutual Research Aid”…

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New York Philosophy of Language Workshop: Fall 2018 Talks

New York Philosophy of Language Workshop: Fall 2018 Talks

We’re a community of philosophers of language centered in New York City. We have a meeting each week at which a speaker presents a piece…

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Fall 2018 Colloquium Schedule

Fall 2018 Colloquium Schedule

Each colloquium will be held on Wednesday from 4:15 P.M. to 6:15 P.M. All colloquia will take place at the GC in rooms 9-204/9-205 except…

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WATCH: Full Video Coverage of the Racial Inequality Conference (March 9-10, 2018)

WATCH: Full Video Coverage of the Racial Inequality Conference (March 9-10, 2018)

For those who were unable to attend our March 2018 Racial Inequality Conference (co-organized by Linda Martín Alcoff & Charles W. Mills), or those who…

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Linda Martín Alcoff Interviewed on the Elucidations Podcast

Linda Martín Alcoff Interviewed on the Elucidations Podcast

The latest episode of the Elucidations Podcast (produced by University of Chicago Philosophy) features Professor Linda Martín Alcoff, on the subject of identity. According to interviewers…

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Charles Mills' Book "Black Rights/White Wrongs" Profiled in The Nation

Charles Mills’ Book “Black Rights/White Wrongs” Profiled in The Nation

Illustration of Mills (with John Rawls) by Joe Ciardiello “Can Charles Mills Save Liberal Philosophy From Itself?”, asks a new article in The Nation about Distinguished Professor…

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2018 - 2019 Committee Assignments & Election Results

2018 – 2019 Committee Assignments & Election Results

Thanks to the hard work of 2017 – 2018 Elections Committee members Leah Fortgang & Laura Gradowski, we are pleased to announce the students participating on…

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Announcing "#MeToo and Epistemic Injustice" - An Interdisciplinary Conference, October 5th-6th

Announcing “#MeToo and Epistemic Injustice” – An Interdisciplinary Conference, October 5th-6th

The CUNY Graduate Center Advanced Research Collaborative (ARC), the Center for the Humanities, and the Philosophy Program present an interdisciplinary conference on: “#MeToo and Epistemic…

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August Update! - 2018 CUNY Philosophy Annual Report

August Update! – 2018 CUNY Philosophy Annual Report

The annual department newsletter, recapping highlights from the 2017-2018 academic year, is available for view in the window below. We’ve uploaded a more current version…

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Share Your Accomplishments in the 2018 Department Newsletter!

Share Your Accomplishments in the 2018 Department Newsletter!

Faculty, students, and alumni are invited to complete a brief questionnaire to contribute to CUNY Philosophy’s annual end-of-year newsletter. (See our newsletters from previous years – 2015, 2016, 2017 –…

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CUNY Philosophers Featured in 2018 American Society for Aesthetics Eastern Division Meeting

CUNY Philosophers Featured in 2018 American Society for Aesthetics Eastern Division Meeting

CUNY Philosophers are a fixture of the annual Eastern Division Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics. This year’s meeting, April 20th-21st in Philadelphia, is…

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CUNY Philosophers Attend the 2018 APA Pacific Division Meeting

CUNY Philosophers Attend the 2018 APA Pacific Division Meeting

CUNY philosophers will get a chance to relish the San Diego sunshine between sessions at this year’s APA Pacific Division Meeting, March 28th-31st. Highlights from…

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Students, Alumni, & Faculty Present in "Naturalized Aesthetics of Film" Workshop

Students, Alumni, & Faculty Present in “Naturalized Aesthetics of Film” Workshop

Two CUNY Philosophy professors (Noël Carroll and Jesse Prinz) will present research alongside PhD student Zoe Cunliffe and alumna Laura Di Summa-Knoop in the upcoming…

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Jesse Prinz Interviewed on Morality and Politics for the Thought Project

Jesse Prinz Interviewed on Morality and Politics for the Thought Project

Distinguished Professor Jesse Prinz speaks with Tanya Domi in the latest episode of the Graduate Center’s Thought Project podcast. Their conversation begins with a Humean…

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