Colloquium Speaker Series Event Dates Fall 2022/Winter 2023Export this event to calendar

Friday, September 30, 2022 — 3:30 PM to Friday, March 24, 2023 — 5:00 PM EDT

Pre-event Social


Join us in the Philosophy Reading Room, Hagey Hall room 335, an hour prior to each talk for some light refreshment and social time. Coffee, tea, and pastries will be provided. You can also join us remotely. Zoom meeting links will be sent out for each talk the Monday before the event.


September 30th

large arrow point to the right with a group of smaller arrows under it pointing to the leftKate Norlock, Trent University
"We're going backwards": The Possibility of Moral Regress
Hagey Hall room 373
3:30pm -5pm


October 21st 

people siloetted infront of sunset all looking at their phonesGus Skorburg, University of Guelph
"Persons or Datapoints?"
Hagey Hall room 373
3:30pm - 5pm


November 11th

text that reads "The Ethics of Optimality", with a bar graph , graph has two eyes in it looking out at youPatricia Marino, University of Waterloo
Post-sabbatical research talk
"The Ethics of Optimality: Values and Quantification in Social Decision-Making." 
Hagey Hall room 373
3:30pm - 5pm


 

December 2nd

intersecting pentagon pattern, 2 with image of exploding particles, 2 with decending graph, rest colouredDoreen Fraser University of Waterloo
Post sabbatical research talk
"From colliding particles to crashing stock markets: Modeling across domains"
Hagey Hall room 373
3:30pm - 5pm


January 27th

Andrea Sullivan-Clarke, University of Windsor
“Strategic Ignorance and Two Objections Involving Indigenous Epistemology.”
Hagey Hall room 373
3:30pm - 5pm


February 10th

Maria Robaskiewicz, Paderborn University, Germany
Title TBA
Hagey Hall room 373
3:30pm - 5pm


March 24

William Paris, University of Toronto
"What was Black Power?: James Boggs's Materialist Theory of Rights."
Hagey Hall room 373
3:30pm - 5pm

Work In Progress Lunches


These lunch talks are a brown bag event. Bring your food and refreshment and enjoy the discussion while you eat. You can also join us remotely. Zoom meeting links will be sent out for each talk the Monday before the event.


October 14

a mother rat feeding her 3 babiesKaty Fulfer, University of Waterloo
Works in Progress 

"A Vegan Ecofeminist Exploration of Infertility Treatments"
Hagey Hall room 373
12pm - 1pm


November 18

a sinking shipJenny Saul, University of Waterloo
Work In Progress

"Intentions Don't Matter? The Problem of Backlash Effects"
Hagey Hall room 373
12pm - 1pm