Notre Dame Minorities and Philosophy
The Philosophy Department at the University of Notre Dame is a part of Minorities and Philosophy, a graduate-student led network of over 140 autonomous chapters all over the world. We organize events to stimulate discussion of topics relevant to minority participation in philosophy and to build community and improve departmental climate. Events include invited speakers, undergraduate and graduate mentoring, panel discussions, practical workshops, and reading groups.
MAP's mission is to remove barriers to participation in philosophy for members of marginalized groups. We aim to stimulate discussion of diversity and inclusion in philosophy, build community among scholars from underrepresented groups, and shift the culture of academic philosophy in ways that improve working conditions for such scholars.
Philosophy of Race Series - Save the Dates
Corey Barnes (Northwestern)
Jesus Luzardo (Loyola Chicago)
Elizabeth Anderson (Michigan)
Lea Aurelia Schroeder (Purdue)
Plato on Perceiving Ordinary Objects
Thursday, March 23rd at 6:00 pm
Janum Sethi (Michigan)
"Kant's Complete Solution to Hume's Problem"
Friday, November 4th at 4:00 pm
Any student (undergraduate or graduate, whether you are a member of an underrepresented group in philosophy or not) is welcome to join ND MAP. Leadership roles are available for both graduate and undergraduate students. Ideas for future events are welcomed!
If you have any questions, or you would like to stay up-to-date on MAP events on campus, please contact Abby Concha (firstname.lastname@example.org) and request to be added to our mailing list.
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