TBA

may/june

this but unironically
philosophical hot takes
 

In our third and final workshop (for now!!), folks from Philosophy Twitter will make their best case for an unpopular and (too-)easily dismissed philosophical view. 

 

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January 30, 2021

8:00am - 3:00pm PST

idk who needs to hear this, but... | expanding the philosophy canon

Six folks from Philosophy Twitter
told us about a philosopher or philosophical tradition that most of us (probably) don't know –– but should.

March 20, 2021

8:00am - 3:00pm PST

ok, boomer: can the ancients tell us anything about today?

Folks from Philosophy Twitter will explore whether, and how, Ancient Philosophy can help us confront contemporary problems.

May/June 2021 [TBD]

8:00am - 3:00pm PST

this, but unironically: 
philosophical hot takes

Folks from Philosophy Twitter will make their best case for an unpopular and (too-)easily dismissed philosophical view. 

 

 organizers

Jennifer Foster | @philoso_foster

Jen is a Ph.D. student in Philosophy at the University of Southern California

Cassie Finley | @Angry_Cassie

Cassie is a Ph.D. student in Philosophy at the University of Iowa

 
 

"APA-style" talks

8:30am - 9:30am PST

25-minute talks with at least one set of 10-minute comments, followed by Q&A. Talk format intended for advanced undergrads, grad students at any stage, post-grad early career researchers, and independent scholars looking for more experience with the APA session format. 

"coffee hour"  talks

10:30am - 11:30am PST

Hour-long, informal conversations about a paper in progress (or even just an idea in progress!) between the speaker and other participants. Talk format intended for grad students, post-grad early career researchers, adjunct faculty, and independent scholars looking for an opportunity to bounce ideas off some cool people. 

"colloquium" talk

1:00pm - 3:00pm PST

Hour-long lecture presentation, followed by an hour of Q&A. Talk format intended for late-stage grad student, post-grad early career researchers, adjunct faculty, and independent scholars looking for more experience with a longer-form/job talk format.

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