Schedule and Participants

Participants:

Nancy Bauer (Tufts)
Matthew Congdon (Vanderbilt)
Alice Crary (Oxford & The New School for Social Research)
Robert Gooding-Williams (Columbia)
Sally Haslanger (MIT)
Charles Mills (CUNY)
Shatema Threadcraft (Dartmouth)
Linda Zerilli (Chicago)

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 12

9:45am – Opening Remarks: Matthew Congdon and Alice Crary

10:15–11:45am – Robert Gooding-Williams (Columbia) “Propaganda, Beauty, and the Moral Psychology of White Supremacy: On the Political Aesthetics of W.E.B. Du Bois”

Moderator: Karen Ng (Vanderbilt)

 

12:00–1:30pm – Shatema Threadcraft (Dartmouth) “On Spectacle and Symbolic Asymmetry in Black Politics”

Moderator: Sabeen Ahmed (Vanderbilt)

 

Lunch

 

2:30–4:00pm – Matthew Congdon (Vanderbilt) “Moral Articulation”

Moderator: Alyssa Lowery (Vanderbilt)

 

4:15–5:45pm – Linda Zerilli (Chicago) “Social Visibility in an Age of Alternative Facts”

Moderator: Eric Ritter (Vanderbilt)

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 13

 

10:15–11:45am – Charles Mills (CUNY) “Racial Justice”

Moderator: Sebastian Ramirez (Vanderbilt)

 

12:00–1:30pm – Alice Crary (Oxford) “Seeing Animal Suffering”

Moderator: Rebecca Duke (Oxford)

 

Lunch

 

2:30–4:00pm – Nancy Bauer (Tufts) “Social Invisibilities on U.S. College Campuses”

Moderator: Patricia Cipollitti (Oxford)

 

4:15–5:45pm – Sally Haslanger (MIT): “Standpoint Epistemology and the Authority of Critical Perspectives”

Moderator: Lucius Outlaw, Jr. (Vanderbilt)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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