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Past Equality and Welfare Events

 
Fri, Feb 5, '16
10am - 11am
Coffee morning for under-represented groups in Philosophy
Cowling Room (S2.77)

As part of the Department's commitment to Equality and Welfare, we are hosting a coffee morning for individuals who believe they are under-represented in Philosophy, based on gender, race, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation etc. Tea, coffee and cakes will be available. All welcome!

Wed, Feb 17, '16
2pm - 4pm
Equality and Welfare Committee Meeting
Mon, Apr 25, '16
2pm - 4pm
Meyer Visiting Professor in the Critical Philosophy of Race
S0.13

Professor Robert Bernasconi (Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Philosophy, Penn State)

Paper one: Philosophizing in the Face of Slavery in Britain during the Eighteenth Century: Questions of Ethical Invention and Canon Formation

Wed, Apr 27, '16
10am - 12pm
Meyer Visiting Professor in the Critical Philosophy of Race
H0.58

Professor Robert Bernasconi (Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Philosophy, Penn State

Paper Two: Reviving the Dialectical Approach to Racism: C. L. R. James, Fanon, and Sartre

Wed, May 4, '16
11am - 12pm
reading group: Kwame Anthony Appiah's "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture"

Eileen John and Felix Pinkert are convening an informal student and faculty reading group on Kwame Anthony Appiah's book/essay collection "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture". Undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as members of staff are all welcome.

We plan to meet on Wednesdays 11:00-12:00, and the initial dates and chapters are the following:

May 4: Chapter 2: "Illusions of Race" (room H3.56)

May 11: Chapter 5: "Ethnophilosophy and Its Critics" (room S2.40)

May 18: Chapter 6: "Old Gods, New Worlds" (room S2.40)

May 25: Chapter 7: "The Postcolonial and the Postmodern" (room S0.52)

Please contact Felix Pinkert (F.Pinkert@warwick.ac.uk) if you want to attend and be added to the group's email list.

Thu, May 5, '16
4pm - 6pm
'Implicit Bias Coffee. Minorities and Philosophy'
Room S0.09

When & where? Thursday, 5 May 2016, 16:00. Room S0.09.

Informal get together over coffee and cake, a short interactive presentation on Implicit Bias by Brian O'Shea, and, following this, a short meeting to gather and discuss ideas for events in the following academic year.

Wed, May 11, '16
11am - 12pm
reading group: Kwame Anthony Appiah's "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture"

Eileen John and Felix Pinkert are convening an informal student and faculty reading group on Kwame Anthony Appiah's book/essay collection "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture". Undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as members of staff are all welcome.

We plan to meet on Wednesdays 11:00-12:00, and the initial dates and chapters are the following:

May 4: Chapter 2: "Illusions of Race" (room H3.56)

May 11: Chapter 5: "Ethnophilosophy and Its Critics" (room S2.40)

May 18: Chapter 6: "Old Gods, New Worlds" (room S2.40)

May 25: Chapter 7: "The Postcolonial and the Postmodern" (room S0.52)

Please contact Felix Pinkert (F.Pinkert@warwick.ac.uk) if you want to attend and be added to the group's email list.

Wed, May 18, '16
12pm - 1pm
reading group: Kwame Anthony Appiah's "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture"

Eileen John and Felix Pinkert are convening an informal student and faculty reading group on Kwame Anthony Appiah's book/essay collection "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture". Undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as members of staff are all welcome.

We plan to meet on Wednesdays 11:00-12:00, and the initial dates and chapters are the following:

May 4: Chapter 2: "Illusions of Race" (room H3.56)

May 11: Chapter 5: "Ethnophilosophy and Its Critics" (room S2.40)

May 18: Chapter 6: "Old Gods, New Worlds" (room S2.40)

May 25: Chapter 7: "The Postcolonial and the Postmodern" (room S0.52)

Please contact Felix Pinkert (F.Pinkert@warwick.ac.uk) if you want to attend and be added to the group's email list.

Tue, May 24, '16
10am - 11am
reading group: Kwame Anthony Appiah's "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture"

Eileen John and Felix Pinkert are convening an informal student and faculty reading group on Kwame Anthony Appiah's book/essay collection "In My Father's House - Africa in the Philosophy of Culture". Undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as members of staff are all welcome.

We plan to meet on Wednesdays 11:00-12:00, and the initial dates and chapters are the following:

May 4: Chapter 2: "Illusions of Race" (room H3.56)

May 11: Chapter 5: "Ethnophilosophy and Its Critics" (room S2.40)

May 18: Chapter 6: "Old Gods, New Worlds" (room S2.40)

May 25: Chapter 7: "The Postcolonial and the Postmodern" (room S0.52)

Please contact Felix Pinkert (F.Pinkert@warwick.ac.uk) if you want to attend and be added to the group's email list.

Wed, Jun 1, '16
11am - 1pm
Equality and Welfare Committee Meeting
Wed, Sep 28, '16
2pm - 3pm
Athena Swan meeting
S1.50