Philosophy Born of Struggle XXIV -- Answering the Call: Philosophies Born of Struggle in the Twenty-First Century

November 2, 2018 - November 3, 2018
Hamilton College

198 College Hill Rd.
Clinton 13323
United States

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CUNY Graduate Center

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Hamilton College

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24th Philosophy Born of Struggle Conference

Answering the Call: Philosophies Born of Struggle in the 21st Century

 

**Conference Highlights**

Charles Mills, CUNY Graduate Center, will deliver a keynote address entitled, Rawls's Unrealistic Whitopia: Ideal Theory as Epistemic Injustice, and the sessions and panels are as follows:

Friday, November 2, 2018

Session 1.A. Critical Analyses of Institutional Injustice

Session 1.B. Revelatory Reflections on Existential Being

Session 2.A. W.E.B. DuBois and Democracy

Session 2.B. The Emancipatory Import of Political Emotion

Session 2.C. Author Meets Critics: The Man-Not

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Session 3.A. Radical Ethics

Session 3.B. Philosophies Born of Struggle Across the Americas

Session 3.C. James Baldwin and Black Radical Thought

Session 4.A. The Logics and Legacies of Slave Struggles

Session 4.B. Genealogies of and Lessons for the Academic Left

Tommy Curry, Texas A&M University, will deliver a closing keynote address entitled, Toward a Black Criticus.

**There is no registration fee and all meals are included for all registered attendees**

Please visit the PBOS website— http://pbos.com/—for more information and please register before Oct. 18, 2018.

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