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CRITIQUE Virtual Author-Meets-Critics The Epistemology of Protest: Silencing, Epistemic Activism and the Communicative Life of Resistance with José Medina (Northwestern) – 15 June 2022, 3 pm

A Virtual Author-Meets-Critics with José Medina on his book manuscript The Epistemology of Protest: Silencing, Epistemic Activism and the Communicative Life of Resistance. The Epistemology of Protest offers an account of communicative and epistemic resistance against injustice in street activism and protest movements. The book examines the communicative power of […]

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European Network in Social and Political Philosophy, Postgraduate Workshop in Political Theory – 27 May 2022, noon

This is the second event organised under the aegis of a recently established European Network in Social and Political Philosophy. This postgraduate workshop features presentations by a select group of PhD students from these four universities who will be focusing on methodological issues in political philosophy. Presenters: Catrin Wayland (University […]

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Virtual Symposium Decolonizing Politics – 23 May 2022, 3 pm

Virtual Symposium on Professor Robbie Shilliam’s book Decolonizing Politics. An Introduction (John Wiley & Sons, 2021). Event co-sponsored with Race.ED and Identities. Global Studies in Culture and Power. Speakers Professor Robbie Shilliam, Johns Hopkins University Dr Toni Haastrup, University of Stirling Dr Aparna Devare, University of Hyderabad Dr Maria Bargh, Victoria University of Wellington […]

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CRITIQUE Virtual Lecture Reconsidering Reparations – 19 May 2022, 3 pm

Virtual lecture by Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò, who is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University. Their work work draws on the Black radical tradition, contemporary philosophy of language, contemporary social science, German transcendental philosophy, materialist thought, histories of activism and activist thinkers. In this lecture, Olúfemi O. Táíwò will discuss […]

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CRITIQUE Virtual Lecture Reconsidering Reparations – 19 May 2022, 3 pm

Virtual lecture by Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò, who is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University. Their work work draws on the Black radical tradition, contemporary philosophy of language, contemporary social science, German transcendental philosophy, materialist thought, histories of activism and activist thinkers. In this lecture, Olúfemi O. Táíwò will discuss […]

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