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Mariana Ortega on Aesthetic Memory: January 24

   January 15, 2019

Mariana Ortega, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Penn State, will give a talk on January 24 from 2:30-4:00pm at the UNC Charlotte Atkins Library (Halton Reading Room). In her talk—titled "Memento Vivere: Shadow Ground, Aesthetic Memory, and the Border"—she will discuss the production...

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Study Abroad in Greece: Feb. 1 Deadline

   January 15, 2019

The department is offering a new study abroad opportunity, PHIL 3390/5050: What is the Life Worth Living? Ancient Ethics in Athens, which goes to Greece for eight days in the summer semester (May 12-21, 2019). The bulk of the course takes place in Athens, with day trips to the mountains of Delphi and the Greek Island of Hydra, where you and...

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Kathryn Sophia Belle on Jones & Beauvoir: November 26

   November 15, 2018

Kathryn Sophia Belle, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Penn State, is giving a talk on November 26 from 1:00-2:15pm in the Philosophy seminar room (Cedar, 2nd floor). In her talk—titled "1949: Claudia Jones and Simone de Beauvoir 70 Years Later"—she will imagine a debate between Claudia Jones ("An End to the Neglect of the...

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