Philosophy & Race Symposium w/Linda Alcoff Feb 5–6 at NSSR

Philosophy & Race Symposium w/Linda Alcoff Feb 5–6 at NSSR

The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal is pleased to host the 2015 Hannah Arendt-Reiner Schürmann Symposium in Political Philosophy at The New School for Social Research. The Symposium will center on the topic of race in philosophy, and will continue and extend discussions from the Journal‘s 2014 special issue. The event will consist of a keynote address and a series of roundtable discussions on February 5–6, 2015.

Philosophy and Race

Thursday, Feb. 5
6 E 16th Street, rm. 1103
6:00 – 8:00pm

Keynote Address: “Racial Ideology, Racist Practices, and Social Critique,” Sally Haslanger (MIT)

Friday, Feb. 6
65 W 11th Street, rm. 500
11:00am – 1:00pm

Roundtable on Kant and Race: Robert Bernasconi (Penn State) and Charles W. Mills (Northwestern), moderated by Rima Hussein (NSSR)
2:30 – 4:30pm
Roundtable on The Philosophy of W.E.B. DuBois: Robert Gooding-Williams (Columbia), Lucius T. Outlaw (Vanderbilt), and Tommy J. Curry (Texas A&M), moderated by Joseph Smith (Southern Illinois, Carbondale)
5:00 – 7:00pm
Roundtable on Race in Contemporary Philosophy: Linda Martín Alcoff (CUNY), Paul Taylor (Penn State), and Jacqueline Scott (Loyola, Chicago), moderated by Alexandra Salazar (NSSR)

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