Music and Thought: Lift the World (Things We Learned from the Pandemic) – with Curtis & Loretta, Sunday, September 25, 3 PM

AIPCT is pleased to partner with Cousin Andy’s Coffeehouse in sponsoring the return of Curtis and Loretta, Minneapolis storytellers, folklorists, songwriters, and musicians, with an new presentation: Lift the World (Things We learned from the Pandemic). The CD by the same name will be released October 21, and a single,…

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“The Chameleon Novelist: Melville’s Typee,” Mikołaj Wiśniewski, SWPS University, Poland, Friday Sept. 23, 11 AM cdt

AIPCT is pleased to announce the residency lecture of Mikołaj Wiśniewski, “The Chameleon Novelist: Herman Melville’s Typee,” Friday, September 23, at 11 AM. To attend on-line, send a request for the Zoom link to: personalist61@gmail.com Summary: Herman Melville’s narrators have attracted a great deal of attention and commentary, but not…

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Residency Lecture: Gioia Iannilli, “John Dewey’s Theory of Perception as an Aesthetics of Familiarity”

Please join us at Scratch Brewing Company on Friday July 15, 5:30-7:30pm for a special lecture, in person only, by Dr. Gioia Laura Iannilli. Dr. Iannilli is Senior Assistant Professor of Aesthetics at the University of Bologna. This summer she is visiting the Special Collections Research Center as recipient of the Alwin C. Carus…

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Residency Lecture by Megan Volpert: “Normativity in the Nineties: Notes Toward Future Applications of Pierre Schlag’s Critique”

The AIPCT is pleased to announce the Residency Lecture of Megan Volpert, “Normativity in the Nineties: Notes Toward Future Applications of Pierre Schlag’s Critique,” which will be held on-line (due to COVID) on Saturday, July 16, 2022, at 11 AM US Central Time. (This is 6 PM in Central Europe.)…

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Spring Reading Group: African American Philosophy as African American Studies, beginning January 19, 2022

Spring Reading Group and CyberSeminar The AIPCT is pleased to announce that this years’ Spring reading group will be a survey of will be a survey of “African American Philosophy as African American Studies,” led by Anthony Sean Neal, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Mississippi State University. Sessions will begin…

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