Dartmouth Events

Race, Gender, and Justice Workshop

A two-day workshop on Race, Gender, and Justice presented by the Philosophy Department.

Friday, April 8, 2022
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Hopkins Lounge
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Conferences, Lectures & Seminars

More information forthcoming including a schedule of events. Day 1 of a two-day workshop.

List of Speakers:

  • Tina Botts (Visiting Scholar, Dartmouth College)
    Talk Title: “Is the U.S. Constitution an Anti-Racist Document?”
  • Catherine Clune-Taylor (Princeton University)
    Talk Title: “Covid-19 Anti-Vaxxers, White Supremacist Suicidality and Racialized “Risk”
  • Adebayo Oluwayomi (Texas A&M University )
    Talk Title: TBA
  • Ayanna Spencer (University of Connecticut)
    Talk Title: “Contested Self-Defense and Criminalized Black Survivors: On Burdens-Based Epistemic Oppression.”

 

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.

Per current Dartmouth College covid policy, all attendees are required to either present their Dartmouth ID OR show proof of vaccination or negative PCR covid test via the Bindle app, upon arrival at the auditorium. Details about Dartmouth College Health & Safety policies are available HERE.

For more information, contact:
Prof Peter Lewis

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.