Fall 2022 Colloquium

October 7
Andrew Brook
Carleton University
Transcendental Mind and Intelligible Mind
Ottawa time: 1:05 P.M.
Online (via Zoom): Register below for link

October 21
Bryan Mukandi
University of Queensland
What if they’re doing it wrong?: Ngũgĩ’s Globalectics in philosophy
Ottawa time: 1:05 P.M.
3228 Richcraft Hall

November 11
Iwao Hirose
McGill University
Restricting Freedom During a Pandemic
Ottawa time: 1:05 P.M.
3228 Richcraft Hall

November 18
Amandine Catala
Université du Québec à Montréal
Keynote of the 2022 EPAF Graduate Conference and World Philosophy Day
Ottawa time: 4:00 P.M.
2017 Dunton Tower

December 2
Dalitso Ruwe
Queen’s University
What’s the Price for a Black Man’s Life? : Racial Misandry in the Aftermath of Black Male Death in the Age of Black Lives Matter
Ottawa time: 1:05 P.M.
3228 Richcraft Hall

Winter 2022 Colloquium

January 18
Anna Alexandrova
University of Cambridge
Democratising Measurement: or Why Thick Concepts Call for Coproduction
Ottawa time:  11:00 A.M.

January 28
Annette Dufner
University of Bonn
Ethical Priority Issues during the Pandemic
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

February 11
Juliana Bidadanure
Stanford University
Justice Across Ages: What Does it Mean to Treat Young and Old as Equals?
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

March 4
Anne Eaton
University of Illinois, Chicago
How to do Things With Pictures
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

March 25
Dale Turner
University of Toronto
“Words are Deeds”: Indigenous Spirituality and Visions of Reconciliation
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

Fall 2021 Colloquium

October 1
Cressida Heyes
University of Alberta
Raising the Autonomous Individual: Reading Advice to Parents about Children’s Sleep
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

October 15
Adam Hosein
Northeastern University
Individualist and Structural Approaches to Discrimination
Ottawa time:  2:00 P.M.

November 4
Vanessa Watts
McMaster University
Indigenous Politics and the Academy: Who gets to know?
Ottawa time:  2:30 P.M.

November 19
Jane Friedman
New York University
The Aim of Inquiry?
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

December 10
Anton Ford
The University of Chicago
The Objectification of Agency
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

Winter 2021 Colloquium

January 14
Colin Klein
Australian National University
“Computation is medium-independent, but computational explanation is not”
Ottawa time:  4:00 P.M.

January 29
Hayley Clatterbuck
University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Learning Incommensurate Concepts”
Ottawa time:  3:00 pm

March 5
Myisha Cherry
University of California, Riverside
“Racialized Forgiveness”
Ottawa time:  1:00 pm

March 12
Ian Phillips
Johns Hopkins
“Are we all animals?”
Ottawa time:  1:00 pm

March 26
Carissa Veliz
University of Oxford
“The Importance of Privacy”

Ottawa time:  1:00 pm

Fall 2020 Colloquium

October 2
Jennifer Corns
University of Glasglow
“Suffering as Significantly Disrupted Agency”
Ottawa time: 2:00 P.M.

October 23
Lisa Shapiro
Simon Fraser University
“Canon, Gender, and Historiography”
Ottawa time: 1:00 P.M.

November 13
Regina Rini
York University
“Moral Justification Under Oppression”
Ottawa time: 3:30 P.M.

December 4
Monique Deveaux
University of Guelph
“Grounding normative theorizing in concrete justice-seeking struggles”
Ottawa time:  1:00 P.M.

Winter 2020 Colloquium

January 17
Christopher Byrne
St. Francis Xavier University
“Matter & Teleology in Aristotle’s Natural Philosophy”

January 31
Heidi Maibom
University of Cincinnati
“Why perspective taking?”

February 7
Marguerite Deslauriers
McGill University
As part of the “Women in the History of Ideas” Series, co-hosted with the Department of Political Science
“Arguing for the Superiority of Women in the Seventeenth Century”

March 20
Regina Rini
York University
“Moral Justification Under Oppression”

Fall 2019 Colloquium

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Joshua Shepherd
Carleton University
“Skill and Knowledge”

Grace Helton
Princeton University
“Doxastic Approaches to Perception”

Jacob Beck
York University
“Perception Is Analog: The Argument from Weber’s Law”

**OCTOBER 31**
Ami Harbin
Oakland University
Third Annual PIPR Conference

Jacob Berger
Lycoming College
A New Functionalist Theory Of Color

Melissa Frankel
Carleton University
“Materialism, immaterialism, and scepticism about the external world”