The New York City Minorities and Philosophy Spring Workshop Series (NY-MAPWorks)
- Rutgers University
- Princeton University
The Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapters of Columbia, The New School, NYU, Princeton, Rutgers, and The Graduate Center, CUNY, are hosting NY-MAPWorks, a spring 2018 workshop series that will feature the work of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from groups underrepresented in academic philosophy.
The series will alternate locations in New York City (see below for full list of dates and locations). Each workshop will take place from 7 to 9:30 p.m. and consist of two talks, one by a presenter from one of the organizing institutions, and one by a presenter from an external institution. Each presenter will have a 50-minute session consisting of a 25-30 minute talk and a 20-25 minute Q&A. The workshop will conclude with a reception.
Dates and Locations:
Feb. 20, 7-8:45pm @ New School (6 E 16th, Wolff Conf. Room (1103))
- Sofia Ortiz-Hinojosa (Vassar), "Virtue Epistemology in Sor Juana"
- Martin Abreu Zavaleta (NYU), "Communication and Variance"
March 6, 7-8:45pm @ CUNY Grad Center (365 5th Ave, Room C205)
- Aaron Landau (Columbia), “Learning from Injustice: Pragmatism as Nonideal Theory”
- Dee Payton (Rutgers), “Processing Blame on Fragmented Grounds”
April 17, 7-8:45pm @ Columbia (405 Kent Hall)
- Fatema Amijee (Simon Fraser), "Feminist Islam"
- Filipa Melo Lopes (Michigan), “Gender and the Social Standing Thesis”
May 8, 7-8:45 @ NYU (5 Washington Pl., Room 202)
- Wendy Salkin (Harvard), “Democracy Within, Justice Without: The Duties of Informal Political Representatives”
- Shannon Brick (CUNY), "Can Pictures Make Us Morally Better?”
For more on MAP, please see http://www.mapforthegap.com/about.html.
This is a student event (e.g. a graduate conference).