The Warwick Chapter aims to raise awareness, provide support and foster the understanding and philosophical assessment of MAP-related themes through a variety of events and activities. See below for details of this year's programme.
There is also a Mentoring Scheme, which works to pair undergraduate students who want guidance and support throughout their degree with postgraduate mentors. For those interested in serving either as a mentor or a mentee, please contact Giulia Lorenzi.
Discussions, talks, and brain-storming events focused on MAP-related topics and facilitated by faculty members and visiting speakers.
Online Seminar and Talk Series - term 2 - 2020/2021
Online Talks - Term 3 - 2019/2020
After covid-19 outbreak, we organised two online talks on Zoom with a specific focus on minorities in times of crisis.
For more information contact Giulia Lorenzi
Seminar and Talk Series 2019/20
A monthly film club starting in November 2020.
Please contact Sailee Khurjekar for further information.
Joint Events with other MAP chapters
Online Festival - term 3 - 2020/2021
Group discussions on elements of the philosophical community, hosted by a mix of faculty members, graduates, and undergraduates.
Upcoming: Roundtable on Inclusivity and Diversity in Philosophy at Warwick
MAP Reading Groups
Online Reading Group - term 2 - 2020/2021
Even if not directly organised by MAP, a new reading group on racism has taken place in the department. More information here.
Online Reading Group - summer 2020
Spaces to share experiences and discover more about MAP.
MAP x Philosophy Society Events
Undergraduate-focused, undergraduate and graduate led events that aim to encourage students to engage with the wider philosophical community and embrace diverse viewpoints within philosophy.
Upcoming: Find Your Philosophy
(Events, Contacts, and Blog for the entire MAP programme)
(Main Blog for the UK chapters of MAP)
- Mentoring Scheme Lead
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