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March 27, 2018

Colloquium with Bernat Tort

Thursday March 15
4:00-5:30pm

Colloquium with Bernat Tort, Professor in the Department of Philosophy and in the Women & Gender Studies Program at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus
“Queer Communism: A Political Theory of the Sexed Subject”
101 Knight Library
Contact: Rocío Zambrana

February 19, 2018

Rocío Zambrana to give talks on campus

Rocío Zambrana, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of Graduate Studies, will be giving talks on campus:

Economic, Political, Historical Debts: The Case of Puerto Rico
Part of the 2017-18 Wayne Morse Center Public Affairs Speaker Series “Democracy under Pressure”
Wednesday February 28
6:30pm
175 Knight Law Center
1515 Agate Street

Justice Across Borders: Gender, Race, and Migration in the Americas
CLLAS Symposium Program
Thursday March 8
9:00am-7:30pm
Knight Library Browsing Room, 1501 Kincaid Street
Gerlinger Lounge, 1468 University Street

Both events are free and open to the public.

January 29, 2018

Community Philosophy Circle “Exploring Ethics Through Native American Storytelling”

Our next public philosophy event takes place Thursday February 8th at 6:00pm in the Downtown Eugene Public Library.

We expect a large turnout and recommend that you get to the public library ten minutes early. Look for signs to direct you to the events room for our discussion. The topic is both unusual and universal: “Exploring Ethics Through Native American Storytelling”. We are excited to bring to our discussion Scott Pratt, Professor of Philosophy, and Esther Stutzman, a Coos/Kalapuya storyteller.

All ages are welcome, and all public philosophy events are free.

For more information, contact Paul Bodin or Caroline Lundquist.

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Other NEA Big Read Events

December 6, 2017

Colloquium with Ernesto Velásquez

Thursday November 30
4:00-5:30pm
Colloquium with Ernesto Velásquez, Associate Professor, University of Dayton
“Identity and the Vicious Circle”
117 Lokey Education
Contact: Alejandro Vallega

November 17, 2017

Colloquium with Daniel Smith

Thursday November 16
4:00-5:30pm
Colloquium with Daniel Smith, Professor of Philosophy, Purdue University
“Deleuze, Technicity, and Thought”
117 Lokey Education
Contact: Nicolae Morar

November 15, 2017

2017 Pacific Northwest American Philosophy Reading Group

Saturday November 11
9:00am-4:00pm
Yachats, OR
New links for the Reading Group texts and films
Reading Group Flyer
Contact: Scott Pratt or Erin McKenna

October 27, 2017

Community Philosophy Circle “What is Intelligence?”


Paul Bodin and Caroline Lundquist will be co-facilitating the fifth in a series of Community Philosophy Circles What is Intelligence? scheduled to start promptly at 6:00pm on Wednesday November 15 in the Downtown Eugene Public Library.

Community members of all ages are invited to come together to explore the nature of intelligence in a public discussion led by high school students from A3, the Academy of Arts and Academics.

Here are some of the questions that will be explored …
• What counts as intelligence? Are there multiple intelligences?
• Is intelligence something we’re born with? Or is it developed or learned?
• Can other species besides humans be intelligent? What about artificial intelligence?
• How should we measure intelligence?

Come to the Eugene Downtown Library and be a part of this unique youth-led discussion.

All ages are welcome, and all public philosophy events are free.

For more information, contact Paul Bodin or Caroline Lundquist.

October 23, 2017

Colloquium with James Risser

Thursday October 12
4:00-5:30pm
Colloquium with James Risser, Seattle University
“Hermeneutics and the Idea of Effective History”
117 Lokey Education
Contact: Alejandro Vallega

October 19, 2017

Gus Skorburg Holds Dissertation Defense on Friday November 10

Doctoral Candidate Gus Skorburg will defend his dissertation “Extended Virtues” on Friday November 10 at 2:00pm 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.

Skorburg Dissertation Defense Poster

October 12, 2017

Russell Duvernoy Holds Dissertation Defense on Thursday November 2

Doctoral Candidate Russell Duvernoy will defend his dissertation “From Individuality to Ecological Attunement in Whitehead and Deleuze” on Thursday November 2 at 4:00pm 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.

Duvernoy Dissertation Defense Poster

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