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February 10, 2020

Colloquium with Dwayne Tunstall

Thursday February 6
2:00-3:50pm
Colloquium with Dwayne Tunstall
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Non-Peirce Editor, Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society
Co-editor, APA Newsletter on Philosophy and the Black Experience
Executive Director, Philosophy Born of Struggle
Secretary, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy at Grand Valley State University
“Idealism in Black: Reclaiming William H. Ferris’s Idealism and Philosophy of History”
110 Willamette
Flyer
Contact: Erin McKenna

January 27, 2020

Jane Nam to discuss Radical Korean Feminism

On January 30, Philosophy Graduate Student Jane Nam will present a noon talk entitled, “Escape the Corset: Radical Korean Feminism.” Nam received a 2019-20 graduate student research award for her work from the Center for the Study of Women in Society. The talk will be held 12-1:30 p.m. in the CSWS Jane Grant Room, 330 Hendricks Hall, 1408 University Street.

South Korea is often deemed the beauty capital of the world, as the cosmetic surgery hub and home to one of the largest beauty industries in the world. The faces of female K-pop idols and K-drama celebrities have come to symbolize the K-beauty standard: perfection.

Beginning in the summer of 2018, however, young Korean women began posting pictures of themselves on social media, with shaved heads, androgynous clothing, and smashed makeup products. “Why do I want to be pretty?” “Do I want to be pretty?” These are the questions young women are asking themselves as they partake in what they call, the Escape-the-Corset Movement, or Tal-Corset (in Korean). The goal? Freedom to be human, and not “woman.”

Nam connected with over fifty women following the #escapethecorset movement. Her research brings to light, the strength, intelligence, and courage of Korean women who have demonstrated not just their potential but also a capacity for activism through concrete acts of feminism.

More upcoming Center for the Study of Women in Society events can be found on the CSWS Events page.

January 23, 2020

Colloquium Panel I: Environmental Philosophy

Thursday January 16
2:00-3:50pm
Colloquium Panel I: Environmental Philosophy
*Nicolae Morar / Barbara Muraca
*Rebekah Sinclair (poststructuralism, animal studies, deconstruction)
*David Craig Baumeister (ethics, environmental philosophy, Kant)
110 Willamette
Flyer
Contact: Panel I Coordinator & Moderator Barbara Muraca

October 23, 2019

Workshop with Dee Mortensen

Friday October 18
10:00-11:50am
Workshop with Dee Mortensen, editorial director of Indiana University Press
“Good Writing Practices for Scholars: Argumentation, Clear Thesis Statements, and Tables of Contents”
191 Anstett Hall
Contact: Daniela Vallega-Neu

October 18, 2019

Colloquium with Dee Mortensen

Thursday October 17
2:00-3:50pm
Colloquium with Dee Mortensen, editorial director of Indiana University Press
“Scholarly Publishing Today: From Dissertation to Book and More”
Knight Library Browsing Room 106
Dee Mortensen announcement
Contact: Daniela Vallega-Neu

October 11, 2019

Colloquium with Kristen Bell, UO Law School

Thursday October 10
2:00-3:50pm
Colloquium with Kristen Bell, UO Law School
“Two Concepts of Mercy”
EMU 119 – Diamond Lake Room
Contact: Colin Koopman

October 7, 2019

14th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Philosophical Hermeneutics

Thursday-Saturday October 3-5
14th Annual Meeting of the North American Society for Philosophical Hermeneutics
Keynotes by Kristin Gjesdal (Temple University) Charles Scott (Penn State) James Risser (Seattle University)

  • Thursday October 3, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    EMU Miller Room
  • Friday October 4, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Knight Library Browsing Room 106
  • Saturday October 5, 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    Graduate Student Lounge (SCH 111)
  • Saturday October 5, 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Knight Library Browsing Room 106

NASPH 2019 Conference Schedule
NASPH 2019 Conference Poster
Contact: Alejandro Vallega

September 24, 2019

OHC’s second Wine Chat


The Oregon Humanities Center’s second Wine Chat will feature biologist Brendan Bohannan and philosopher Nicolae Morar. Their talk, “Thinking about the Human Microbiome: From Concepts to Therapy and Human Nature,” will take place on Thursday, October 10th at 6 p.m. at Civic Wines and Winery, 50 E. 11th Ave. in Eugene.

OHC Wine Chats

July 10, 2019

Colloquium with Pedro DiPietro

Thursday May 16
2:00-3:50pm
Colloquium with Pedro DiPietro, Assistant Professor, Women’s and Gender Studies, Syracuse University
“Sideways Selves: On Hallucinations and Embodiments across the Trans* Américas”
253 Straub Hall
Flyer
Contact: Camisha Russell

July 8, 2019

Paria Akbar Akhgari Holds Dissertation Defense on Wednesday July 31

Doctoral Candidate Paria Akbar Akhgari will defend her dissertation “Feminism, Secularism, and the (Im)possibilities of an Islamic Feminism” on Wednesday July 31 at 9:00am in the Philosophy Department Conference Room (250C Susan Campbell Hall) on the University of Oregon campus.

This Defense is free of charge and open to the public.

Akbar Akhgari Dissertation Defense Poster

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