Visiting Speaker Series at the University of Birmingham
Michael Hauskeller (University of Liverpool), Katherine Puddifoot (Durham University), Connor Leak

June 12, 2024, 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Department of Philosophy, University of Birmingham

ERI 244
European Research Institute
Birmingham B15 2SB
United Kingdom

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Visiting Speaker Seminars—Wednesday 12th June, 14:00–17:00

Location: University of Birmingham (ERI, 244) and on Zoom.

On Wednesday 12th June, the Philosophy department at the University of Birmingham shall host Professor Michael Hauskeller (University of Liverpool) and Dr Katherine Puddifoot (Durham University). Professor Hauskeller and Dr Puddifoot will each provide a talk with Q&A, with a break in between for coffee and cake (provided).

The programme is:

14:00–15:00—Professor Michael Hauskeller: ‘What Makes Life Meaningful?’

15:00–16:00—Tea/Coffee and Cake

16:00–17:00—Dr Katherine Puddifoot: ‘Attention, Affect and Injustice’

After the seminars, we’ll head to the Bournbrook Inn (Stirchley) for dinner. For inquiries regarding Zoom attendance, the meal, and travelling to/from the University, please email Connor Leak ([email protected]).

The PGR Visiting Speaker Seminars event is funded by the Philosophy Department and the College of Arts and Law PGR Community Development Fund.

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