CUNY Philosophers Consider the "Ethics and Aesthetics of Stand-Up Comedy"

CUNY Philosophers Consider the “Ethics and Aesthetics of Stand-Up Comedy”

Distinguished Professor Noël Carroll will give a keynote address on “Timings” at the Ethics and Aesthetics of Stand-Up Comedy Conference at Bucknell University, April 5th-8th, 2017.

Three graduate students and one alumnus from the department join him on the program:

  • PhD candidates Jake Quilty-Dunn and Jesse Rappaport will present “Do Stand-Up Comedians Make Assertions?” Thursday morning.
  • Recent alumnus Frank Boardman presents “The Strange Case of the Stand-up Special” Thursday afternoon.
  • Fourth-year PhD student Jennifer Ware presents “Responsibility on Either Side of the Mic” Friday morning.

Visit the conference website for full details on this exciting event.