Tag: philosophy

Immigrant Health and Immigrant Stories in Maine Communities

Immigrant Health and Immigrant Stories in Maine Communities A multidisciplinary discussion of the issues that confront immigrants in Maine communities. Wednesday, April 25 Buchanan Alumni House 7:00 – 8:30 pm, with a reception at 6:30 Featuring special guest Mark Kuczewski, Professor of Medical Ethics and Director of the Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Chair of […]

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Basic Income and Gender

Basic Income and Gender, or Why Basic Income Needs Women as much as Women Need a Basic Income A lecture by Almaz Zelleke, Associate Professor of Arts and Sciences, NYU Shanghai Thursday, April 4 Bangor Room, Memorial Union 4:00 pm Part of the Spring 2019 Philosophy Colloquium For more information, contact Michael Howard

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The Capitalist Road to a Basic Income

The Capitalist Road to a Basic Income A presentation by Almaz Zelleke, Associate Professor, Division of Arts and Sciences, New York University Shanghai Part of the Spring 2019 Socialist and Marxist Studies Series Thursday, Apr. 4 12:30-1:45 p.m. Coe Room, Memorial Union

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Reckoning with Class Inequality

Reckoning with Class Inequality A lecture by Lucas Stanczyk, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University Thursday, March 28 Bangor Room, Memorial Union 4:00 pm Part of the Spring 2019 Philosophy Colloquium For more information, contact Michael Howard

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The Political Morality of Social Reproduction

The Political Morality of Social Reproduction A presentation by Lucas Stanczyk, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University Part of the Spring 2019 Socialist and Marxist Studies Series Thursday, Mar. 28 12:30-1:45 p.m. Coe Room, Memorial Union

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The Wire and the Case for Radical Optimism

The Wire and the Case for Radical Optimism A presentation by Brian Purnell, Geoffrey Canada Associate Professor of Africana Studies and History, Bowdoin College Part of the Spring 2019 Socialist and Marxist Studies Series Thursday, Mar. 7 12:30-1:45 p.m. Bangor Room, Memorial Union

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An Ethical-Aesthetic Critique of Violence

An Ethical-Aesthetic Critique of Violence A presentation by Arnold Berleant, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Long Island University Part of the Spring 2019 Socialist and Marxist Studies Series Thursday, Feb. 28 12:30-1:45 p.m. Bangor Room, Memorial Union

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Gandhi After 9/11

Gandhi After 9/11 A presentation by Doug Allen, Professor of Philosophy Part of the Spring 2019 Socialist and Marxist Studies Series Thursday, Feb. 21 12:30-1:45 p.m. Bangor Room, Memorial Union Doug Allen is the author of Gandhi after 9/11: Creative Nonviolence and Sustainability (Oxford University Press, Jan. 2019).

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