Fall Colloquia 2020

Pearsons Hall

The Philosophy Department is located on the top floor of Pearsons Hall.

October 2, 2020 (hosted virtually by Claremont McKenna)
Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò, Georgetown University
"On Material Security"
4:15pm (register here to get the link)

October 9, 2020 (hosted virtually by Claremont McKenna)
Vanessa Wills, George Washington University 
"Black Woman Marxists on Race, Gender, and Class" 
4:15pm (register here to get the link)

Fall Colloquia 2021

September 30, 2021 (held at Pomona College)
Sontag Lecture
Jennifer Lackey, Northwestern University
Title: TBA
4:15pm, Pearsons 101

Past Events

Beginning January 28  (held at Pitzer College)
Human Suffering and the Divine Hiddenness
A semester long series

January 30, 2020  (held at Pomona College)
Ellie Anderson, Pitzer College
"The Multiplicitous Self: A Phenomenology of Self-Consciousness"
4:15pm, Pearsons 202

February 3, 2020 (held at Pomona College)
William Paris, Northwestern University
"Amor Mundi and Black Modernity: James Baldwin, Hannah Arendt, and the Tragedy of the Common World"
4:15pm, Pearsons 202

February 7, 2020 (held at Pomona College)
Kyla Ebels-Duggan, Northwestern University
"How to Have Reasons for Your Values"
4:15pm, Pearsons 202

February 11, 2020 (held at Claremont McKenna and cosponsored with Pomona College)
Frances Kamm,  Rutgers University
"Duties that Become Supererogatory?"
4:15pm, Karvis 102

February 13, 2020 (held at Pomona College)
Laura McMahon, Eastern Michigan University
Title: The “Great Phantom”: Freedom, Habitus, and Political Transformation in Merleau-Ponty and Fanon
4:15pm, Location: Pearsons 202

February 22, 2020 (held at Pomona College)
Conference in honor of Charles Young
Speakers: Robert Dawidoff, Debra Nails, and Frank Whigham
10:00am-4:00pm, Seaver House

February 26, 2020 (held at Scripps College)
Merlan Lecture
Debra Satz, Stanford University
"The Egalitarian Case for In-Kind Distribution"
4:15pm, Humanities Auditorium