Annual Institute Lecture: Crispin Sartwell “Why Philosophy Tried to Commit Suicide in the 20th Century (and a Bit about Why It Failed)

The AIPCT is pleased to announce its 5th annual Institute Lecture. The lecture is now available here. This year’s speaker is Crispin Sartwell, Professor of Philosophy at Dickinson College. His Lecture is “Why Philosophy Tried to Commit Suicide in the 20th Century (and a Bit about Why It Failed)” The…

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Summer Reading Group: Gloria Anzaldúa, Borderlands/La Frontera, May 20-July 16

The AIPCT is pleased to announce a summer reading group. We will study Gloria Anzaldúa‘s masterpiece, Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza. Gloria Anzaldúa (1942-2004) was among the pioneers of a post-colonial writing style that combines autobiography, poetry, social commentary, folklore and storytelling, multi-lingual and cross-lingual intersection, ethnography, and the essay.…

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“A New Genealogy of Neoliberalism: The History and Pertinence of the Lippmann-Dewey Debate,” January 28, 7:30 PM, Prof. Barbara Stiegler

The AIPCT is pleased to announce a lecture free and open to the public, “A New Genealogy of Neoliberalism: History and Pertinence of the Lippmann-Dewey Debate,” January 28, 7:30 PM, by Professor Barbara Stiegler. The lecture may be watched here. Where does this sneaking, yet ever more oppressive and widely…

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