Minorities and Philosophy

Events

#3 The Philosopher Queen Lalla (presented by Dr. Shalini Sinha)

In the Philosopher Queens Seminar Series we learn about and discuss the work of philosophers from the book “Philosopher Queens” (ed. by Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting, Unbound, 2020). The aim of this series is to introduce the audience, especially undergrad students, to the work of female philosophers and to bring attention to the issue of…

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Panel “Technology and Racial Discrimination” (postponed)

Minorities & Philosophy (MAP) and Amnesty International Student Group Utrecht (AISU) invite you to  a discussion panel on the theme of “Technology and Racial Discrimination” The panel will focus on the ethics of technology, specifically algorithms and AI, its relation to racial discrimination, and its implications on society. There will be a panel of experts…

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MAP Philosophy Saloon (every other week)

Do you want to talk to likeminded philosophy students? Is there an experience you wish to unpack or a perspective you wish to share? Do you want to expand your network and build solidarity with other students who may not always feel at home in academic Philosophy? Come to our MAP Saloon, organised every other…

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#2 The Philosopher Queen Mary Astell (presented by Simone Webb)

In the Philosopher Queens Seminar Series we learn about and discuss the work of philosophers from the book “Philosopher Queens” (ed. by Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting, Unbound, 2020). The aim of this series is to introduce the audience, especially undergrad students, to the work of female philosophers and to bring attention to the issue of…

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#1 The Philosopher Queen Mary Warnock (presented by Dr. Gulzaar Barn)

In the Philosopher Queens Seminar Series we learn about and discuss the work of philosophers from the book “Philosopher Queens” (ed. by Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting, Unbound, 2020). The aim of this series is to introduce the audience, especially undergrad students, to the work of female philosophers and to bring attention to the issue of…

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