Lewis Gordon, "Philosophical Autobiography and Living ThoughtLewis Gordon (University of Connecticut), Dwayne Tunstall (Grand Valley State University), Jordan Kokot (Boston University)
411 N. 9th Street
The event has been delayed this year due to the pandemic, and also will take place virtually for that reason. To attend virtually, send an rsvp to: email@example.com. You will receive a link just prior to the start of the day’s events, which begins at 11 AM central time (USA). For a full schedule, abstracts and biographical information about the presenters, go to: http://americanphilosophy.net/annual-hahn-lecture-lewis-gordon-september-12-2020
The American Institute of Philosophical and Cultural Thought and the Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity are pleased to announce our fifth Lewis E. Hahn Memorial Lecture and the annual William S. Minor Lecture. Our Hahn Lecturer this year is Professor Lewis R. Gordon (University of Connecticut), whose lecture is “Philosophical Autobiography and Living Thought.” As is our custom, we will have a full day of talks in honor of our main speaker, with events at 11, 2, 4, and 6:30, central time. Dwayne Tunstall of Grand Valley State will speak at 2:00, and Marilyn Nissim-Sabbat of Lewis University will speak at 4:00 on the life and work of our Hahn Lecturer.
The William S. Minor Lecture is presented at 11 AM by Jordan Kokot of Boston University, who is the recipient of the Summer Dissertation Fellowship awarded annually by the Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity and its associated Societies (go to http://www.creativityfoundation.org for more information).
September 11, 2020, 5:00am CST
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