Tues. January 23rd, 2018
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
University Hall 316
Work Session with Aviezier Tucker (Harvard University) on themes connected to Historiography, Epistemology, and the History of Philosophy. Dr Tucker has published broadly on philosophy of historiography and history, political philosophy and theory, intellectual history and history of ideas. Including:
Students and faculty with an expertise and/or interest in historiography, history of philosophy, historical epistemology, and the intersections of history with social sciences and the study of knowledge are invited to join us for a collaborative discussion of Dr. Tucker’s forthcoming research paper “Out of Bounds: Historicism from an Epistemic Perspective”. Please contact Sean Dudley (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than January 10th, 2018 so we can plan refreshments and send you a draft version of Dr Tucker’s paper before the event.
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28-30 June 2018, McMaster University
Organisers: Sandra Lapointe and Erich Reck
This workshop is a true workshop. It brings together leading scholars working in the history and historiography of philosophy to exchange views and share constructive proposals on a number of concerted questions. Each invited speakers at the workshop will lead a 90 minutes discussions focused around a topic of their choice. They will be invited to give a short presentation and make material available, but the program does not include formal talks and each session will be dedicated to evaluating specific problems and questions in a collaborative spirit.
Invited Speakers: Mike Beaney (King’s College London / Humboldt-Universität Berlin), Margaret Cameron (University of Victoria, BC), Catarina Dutilh (University of Groningen), Chris Green (Dept. Psychology, York University), Martin Kusch (Universität Vienna), Sandra Lapointe (McMaster University), Chris Meyns (Utrecht University), Claude Panaccio (Université du Québec à Montréal), Lydia Patton (Virginia Tech), Erich Reck (UC Riverside), Avizier Tucker (Harvard University)
Call for Discussants
Faculty and graduate students with expertise and/or interest in the history of philosophy and historical methodology or in connected discipline (history of psychology, sociology of knowledge, history of science) interested in joining as discussant are encouraged to send a short letter of intent explaining the nature of their interest in the topic. All discussants will be given a place in the program and will receive an official letter of invitation upon request. They will be invited to join all social events. Discussants do not need to prepare a presentation, and their submissions will not be expected until 31 May 2019.
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