A two-day workshop on Race, Gender, and Justice presented by the Philosophy Department.
Day 1: Friday, April 8, 2022
Faculty Lounge, Hopkins Center
1:00-2:00pm Ayanna Spencer (University of Connecticut),Talk Title: “Mapping an Epistemological Quagmire for Criminalized Black Girl Survivors in the US.”
2:15-3:15 Adebayo Oluwayomi (ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow, Dartmouth College), Talk Title: "On Becoming an Antiracist Philosopher in a Polarized Society: Challenges and Possibilities"
3:30-5:00 Panel discussion: “What can philosophy do for social justice?” Terry Guo ‘23, Ana Noriega Olazabal ‘24, Adebayo Oluwayomi, Yarran Hominh, Esther Rosario.
Saturday April 9
9:00-10:00am Catherine Clune-Taylor (Princeton University), Talk Title: “Covid-19 Anti-Vaxxers, White Supremacist Suicidality and Racialized “Risk”
10:15-11:45 Student Papers:
12:00-1:00 Tina Botts (Visiting Scholar, Dartmouth College), Talk Title: “Is the U.S. Constitution an Anti-Racist Document?”
As part of our commitment to social justice, the philosophy department is developing a 5-year series of public lectures on Race, Gender and Justice. For more information, please visit our website: https://philosophy.dartmouth.edu/menufeature/news-events/lecture-series/race-gender-and-justice-lecture-series
Funded by the Mark J. Byrne 1985 Fund in Philosophy, which is an endowment established in 1996 to help support the study of philosophy at Dartmouth College.
Co-sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities.
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Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.