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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CUNY Philosophers Travel to San Antonio for Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology Annual Meeting

CUNY Philosophers Travel to San Antonio for Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology Annual Meeting

The 2018 Annual Meeting of the Southern Society and Philosophy and Psychology will take place on March 15th-17th in San Antonio, TX. As usual, this…

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Interdisciplinary Conference on Racial Inequality - Co-sponsored by CUNY Philosophy

Interdisciplinary Conference on Racial Inequality – Co-sponsored by CUNY Philosophy

CUNY Philosophy Professors Linda Martín Alcoff and Charles W. Mills have organized a Conference on Racial Inequality, to be held at the Graduate Center on March 9-10,…

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Linda Martín Alcoff Interviewed on the Graduate Center's "The Thought Project" Podcast

Linda Martín Alcoff Interviewed on the Graduate Center’s “The Thought Project” Podcast

CUNY Philosophy Professor Linda Martín Alcoff is the featured guest on Episode 12 of The Thought Project, a podcast highlighting the work of CUNY Graduate…

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CUNY Philosophy at the 2018 APA Central Division Meeting

CUNY Philosophy at the 2018 APA Central Division Meeting

Plenty of CUNY philosophers (faculty, students, and alumni) will be in attendance at the 2018 American Philosophical Association Central Division Meeting, February 21st-24th in Chicago,…

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1st Annual CUNY-Milan Workshop on Belief

1st Annual CUNY-Milan Workshop on Belief

Please join us for a two-day interdisciplinary workshop co-hosted by the CUNY Graduate Center and the University of Milan, on Thursday and Friday, February 15-16, from 9am – 7pm, in…

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Logic and Metaphysics Workshop - Spring 2018 Schedule

Logic and Metaphysics Workshop – Spring 2018 Schedule

The Logic and Metaphysics Workshop will be meeting on Mondays from 4:15 to 6:15 in room 3309 of the Graduate Center, CUNY (365 5th Avenue)….

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Spring 2018 Colloquium Schedule

Spring 2018 Colloquium Schedule

Each colloquium will be held on Wednesday from 4:15 P.M. to 6:15 P.M. in rooms 9-204/9-205, except as otherwise noted. February 7th • Jerrold Katz Memorial…

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John D. Greenwood Launches First of Three "Singapore Saga" Novels

John D. Greenwood Launches First of Three “Singapore Saga” Novels

Professor and Deputy Executive Officer John D. Greenwood is celebrating the publication of the first of three volumes in his “sweeping saga of historical fiction…

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CUNY Philosophers To Participate in 2018's "A Night of Philosophy and Ideas"

CUNY Philosophers To Participate in 2018’s “A Night of Philosophy and Ideas”

Several CUNY Philosophy faculty members, alumni, and students will participate in this year’s A Night of Philosophy and Ideas, an annual “all-night marathon of philosophical debate,…

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CUNY Philosophers Abound at the 2018 APA Eastern Meeting

CUNY Philosophers Abound at the 2018 APA Eastern Meeting

For yet another consecutive year, CUNY Philosophy will be excellently represented at the American Philosophical Association’s Eastern Division Meeting. This year’s APA Eastern attendees, which…

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Serene Khader Addresses "Cross-Border Feminist Solidarity" on The UnMute Podcast

Serene Khader Addresses “Cross-Border Feminist Solidarity” on The UnMute Podcast

Professor Serene Khader is the featured guest philosopher on the latest episode of The UnMute Podcast. The podcast describes itself as a place to hear from “young, diverse philosophers…

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Eric Mandelbaum Awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship

Eric Mandelbaum Awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship

Professor Eric Mandelbaum, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Center and Baruch College, has been awarded a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities…

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