Chinese Philosophy in the Curriculum - Challenges and Prospects

November 5, 2019
Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford

Memorial Room
The Queen's College, High Street
Oxford OX1 4AW
United Kingdom

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  • Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford
  • The Queen's College, Oxford

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Oxford University

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Chinese Philosophy in the Curriculum - Challenges and Prospects

The Queen's College, Oxford
Tuesday Nov 5, 2019 - 1pm-5pm

The aim of the workshop is to enable discussion and the sharing of ideas among those who

have an interest in Chinese Philosophy and its place in the University curriculum - particularly in Anglophone universities.

The programme will consist of three papers with Q&A presented by people who have experience of teaching Chinese philosophy followed by a round-table discussion. 

Featured speakers:

Christopher Bartley (University of Liverpool)

Michael Beaney (Humboldt University & King's College, London)

Lea Cantor (University of Oxford)

To be joined by Dirk Meyer (University of Oxford) for the round-table.


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The workshop is free - with everyone most welcome.

Registration by email to paul.lodge@mansfield.ox.ac.uk 
is requested in order to plan refreshments. 

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November 1, 2019, 5:00pm EET

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Harmony Ouyang
(unaffiliated)
John Preston
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