Race and Philosophy Research Celebration

June 19, 2023
Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick

Oculus 1.04
Warwick University
Coventry CV4 7AL
United Kingdom

This will be an accessible event, including organized related activities

This event is available both online and in-person


College of Wooster
Loyola University, Chicago


University of Warwick

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Warwick Philosophy is hosting an afternoon of research on philosophical questions about race. This is a hybrid event: our invited keynote speakers, Professor Jacqueline Scott and Professor Lee McBride III, will deliver their talks online, and Warwick UG and PG students will present their work in person. Please join us in whatever format makes sense for you.

1.15 pm - Welcome and refreshments

1.30 pm - Keynote Lecture 1

Professor Jacqueline Scott (Loyola University Chicago) – “‘See[ing] the whole through our assaulted vision”: On Nietzsche, Meta-Oppression, and Racial Health’

Join Professor Scott's lecture on MS Teams: Click here to join the meeting

2.30 pm Student presentations

3.30 pm - Keynote Lecture 2

Professor Lee McBride III (College of Wooster) – ‘Coloniality and Insurrectionist Philosophy’ 

Join Professor McBride's lecture on MS Teams: Click here to join the meeting

4.30 pm - Further student presentations, plus pizza, end-of-year reflection and celebration!

Note: the times given are in BST (British Summer Time).


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This event is co-sponsored by the Warwick chapter of MAP and Warwick's Black Voices Network.

Please contact Eileen John ([email protected]) for further information.

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