PAL’s 5th Annual Young Scholars Workshop:

Philosophical Inquiry and the Humanities:

History, Literature, and Feminism

Feb 6th—Feb 7th

Invited and local Young Scholars have the opportunity to work closely with visiting speakers Richard Moran, Philosophy, Harvard and Sabina Lovibond, Women’s Studies, Oxford.

Download the PAL Young Scholars 2014 Application. Application includes the full schedule for the workshop and description of events. Due January 24 by email to Stephanie Gehring (ssg11@duke.edu) with the subject “philosophical inquiry application.”

Thursday Feb 6, 5:30pm-7:45pm

Lectures presented by Sabina Lovibond and Richard Moran

  • “Issues of Fictional Realism in the Later Iris Murdoch” by Sabina Lovibond
  • “Bernard Williams, History, and the ‘Impurity of Philosophy’” by Richard Moran
Friday Feb 7, 10am-5pm , followed by a dinner party

Workshop includes: Young Scholars’ Responses, Afternoon Seminar with Sabina Lovibond or Richard Moran

Lunch and Dinner Provided

FHI Garage, Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, 1st Floor Duke University

 

More about our Visiting Scholars:

Richard Moran, Philosophy, Harvard

Sabina Lovibond, Women’s Studies, Oxford

Invited Young Scholars:

Erin Greer, English, UC Berkeley

Carly Lane, Social Thought, University of Chicago

Salla Peltonen, Women’s and Gender Studies, Åbo Akademi University

Kate Manne, Philosophy, Cornell

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