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3rd Annual Diverse Voices in Philosophy (MAP)

March 2, 2018 -
10:00am to 5:00pm
School of Education, rm 206

3rd Annual Diverse Voices in Philosophy (MAP)

Friday, March 2, 2018 10am-5pm

School of Education, rm 206


Minorities and Philosophy and the Stanford Department of Philosophy warmly invite you to a one-day event bringing together a mix of professors and PhD students from various subdisciplinary backgrounds.

Breakfast, lunch, and coffee will be provided.

9:30-10am breakfast

10-11:15am – Rebecca Mason: “Oppression and Incredulity”

11:30-12:45pm -- David Kim: “Alterity, Analectics, and the challenges of Epistemic Decolonization”

12:45-1:30pm lunch

1:30-3pm Grad Panel: Discrimination (Kathleen Connelly (UCSD); Christopher Lewis (Stanford); Adam Simon (Stanford); Jennifer Tillman (SUNY-Albany)

3:15-5pm Keynote: Anita Silvers: “How To Do ‘Applied’ Philosophy: the history, hazards, and happiness of Philosophy and/of Disability”



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