Race, Gender and Justice Lecture Series

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, beginning in 2021.

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.

Upcoming Race, Gender, and Justice Lectures

Monday, May 6, 2024

José Medina, Northwestern University
Talk title: TBA
Talk description: TBA

Filene Auditorium (tentative)
Reception to Follow
Free & Open to All

Series History





& Other Notes

23S Briana Toole (Claremont McKenna College) "The Paradox of Resistance" May 15, 2023  
23S Shelbi Nahwilet Meissner (Georgetown University) "Indigenous Feminist Interventions in Post-Traumatic Relationality" March 31, 2023
22S Ayanna Spencer (University of Connecticut "Mapping an Epistemological Quagmire for Criminalized Black Girl Survivors in the US" April 8-9, 2022 Part of a 2-day Workshop
22S Adebayo Oluwayomi (ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow, Dartmouth) "On Becoming an Antiracist Philosopher in a Polarized Society: Challenges and Possibilities" April 8-9, 2022 Part of a 2-day Workshop
22S  Tina Botts (Visiting Scholar, Dartmouth) "Is the U.S. Constitution an Anti-Racist Document?" April 8-9, 2022 Part of a 2-day Workshop
22S Catherine Clune-Taylor (Princeton University) "Covid-19 Anti-Vaxxers, White Supremacist Suicidality and Racialized "Risk" April 8-9, 2022 Part of a 2-day Workshop
21S Derrick Darby, Rutgers University, and Christian Davenport, University of Michigan "A Pod Called Quest: The Nature, Practice, and Responsibilities of Student Social Justice Activism" April 30, 2021