We’re a community of philosophers of language centered in New York City. We have a meeting each week at which a speaker either presents a piece of their own work (perhaps in-progress) or gives an opinionated tour of some other work in the philosophy of language with which their own research is engaged.
This semester, the New York Philosophy of Language Workshop will meet on Tuesday evenings, 7–9pm at NYU’s philosophy building (5 Washington Place, room 302). Everyone who’s interested is welcome and encouraged to attend. Titles and abstracts are posted to the site about a week in advance of talks.
Here’s our fall lineup:
Chris Barker (NYU)
Daniel Wodak (Princeton)
Melissa Fusco (Berkeley)
Imogen Dickie (Toronto)
Daniel Hoek (NYU)
Carlos Santana (UPenn)
Brian Rabern (Edinburgh)
Hazel Pearson (ZAS Berlin)
Ryan DeChant (CUNY)
Guillermo del Pinal (ZAS Berlin)
Rose Lenehan (MIT)
Justin Bledin (Johns Hopkins)
Cameron Domenico Kirk-Giannini (Rutgers)
Alejandro Perez Carballo (UMass-Amherst)
Seth Yalcin (Berkeley)
We would also like to announce an organizational change: Daniel Fogal, who has been an NYPLW co-organizer since its beginning, has finished up at NYU and moved on to a postdoc at Uppsala University.
- Martín Abreu Zavaleta (NYU) | email
- Daniel Harris (Hunter College) | email
- Matt Moss (Columbia) | email