Purdue University Graduate Conference
April 13 - 14, 2018 at Purdue University
This conference aims to encourage diverse dialogues and provide a forum for philosophic work that is often undervalued by the canon or that connects the canon to broader contexts outside of philosophy ‘proper.’ In particular, we are interested in interrogating the concepts of diversity within the field (see Anderson and Erlenbusch 2017). Often diversity initiatives focus on increasing the number of underrepresented persons rather than on changing the field such that individuals with diverse experiences are included, interested, and welcomed. We hope that this conference offers a space for transformation, as well as an opportunity for thinking about how we can collectively work toward such change.
You can find the full conference schedule here.
The conference is sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts, Philosophy & Literature Program, LGBTQ Center, Diversity & Inclusion Committee, Department of Sociology, 'Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies', School of Languages & Cultures, Department of English, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, and Public Policy & Research Institute. Thank you for your support!
April 14, 4:30-6:30 pm in Beering 2290
Dr. Dale TurnerAssociate Professor of Government and of Native American Studies at Dartmouth College
"What is Indigenous Spirituality?: Towards a Critical Indigenous Philosophy"
Purdue Faculty Panel
April 13, 3:30-5:30 pm in Lawson 1142
Dr. William Mcbride
Arthur G. Hansen Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
"The Postwar World according to Beauvoir
Dr. Dawn Marsh
Associate Professor of History
"Sifters, Negotiators, and Clan Mothers: Women and Power in Colonial North America"
Dr. mangala subramaniam
Professor of Sociology
"Navigating Careers in the Academy: Gender, Race, and Recognition"
2018 Travel Grant Winners
Chelsea richardson & Shane GeorgeUniversity of Nebraska, Lincoln
"Diversity is No Joke: A funny way to get serious about inclusivity"
"Passionate Utterances and the 'Me Too' Movement"
April 21 - 22, 2017 at Purdue University
This conference aims to encourage diverse dialogues and provide a forum for areas of philosophy that are often undervalued by the canon or that connect the canon to broader contexts outside of philosophy ‘proper.’ The conference will highlight the work of two feminist philosophers and 30 graduate students.
The conference is sponsored by the Philosophy Department Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, Department of English, Department of Philosophy, Philosophy and Literature Program, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and College of Liberal Arts. Thank you for your support!
PROFESSOR EMERITUS, DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, PURDUE UNIVERSITY
THE ROAR WHICH LIES ON THE OTHER SIDE OF SILENCE: HOW GEORGE ELIOT’S MIDDLEMARCH INFLUENCED JANE ADDAMS’S PRAGMATIST PERSPECTIVISM
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FRESNO
TOWARD A NEW FEMINIST ETHICS: FROM CARE ETHICS TO MORAL PARTICULARISM
Purdue University Faculty Panel
ANN MARIE CLARK
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, PURDUE UNIVERSITY
WHAT KIND OF JUSTICE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS?
VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, PURDUE UNIVERSITY
THE MORAL VIRTUE OF OPEN-MINDEDNESS
For a detailed schedule, please click here.
All are welcome to attend this graduate conference. There is no registration. For more information, please visit our PhilEvents event page.
Graduate Travel Grant Award Winners
The Graduate Travel Grant Awards were generously provided by the Purdue Department of Philosophy Diversity and Inclusion Initative.