Every year the Philosophy Section presents a series of public lectures by leading philosophers. For upcoming events, see our home page. For more information or to suggest a speaker or topic, contact Speaker Series Coordinator Dr. Michael Doan. Events are eligible for LBC credit.
- John Koolage (EMU), "Selective Realism and the Structure of Independent Measurements," Thursday, October 19th, 5:30-7pm at Halle 300
- Elena Ruíz (MSU), "Decolonizing the Ethics of Knowing," Wednesday, November 15th, 5:30-7pm at Halle Auditorium, co-sponsored by Women’s and Gender Studies
- Peter Higgins (EMU), "Three Hypotheses for Explaining the Alleged Oppression of Men," Thursday, January 25th, 5:30-7pm, in Halle Library, Room 300
- Brian Bruya (EMU), "Fostering Wisdom in the Classroom," Wednesday, February 28th, 5:30-7pm at Halle Library, Room 300
- Distinguished Speaker, Leonard Lawlor (Penn State), "The Poverty of the Remainder: on Reactions to Violence," Thursday, March 8th, 5:30-7pm at Halle Auditorium
- Elvira Basevich (U-M Dearborn), "The Nature of Progressive Political Change: Du Bois and Rawls on Kant's Cosmopolitanism," Thursday, March 22nd, 5:30-7pm at Halle Library, Room 300, co-sponsored by Women’s and Gender Studies