Date: March 29, 2019
Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
10:15 Elizabeth Stanza, “The Ability to Take Up Space as an Indigenous Woman”
10:45 Caroline Beirne, “Reconceptualizing the Environment in Relation to Immigration”
11:30 Lunch served
12:00 Remarks by Chair of the Philosophy Department, President of the Philosophy Coalition, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Introduction of the Keynote Speaker
12:15 Keynote Address: Catherine Z. Elgin, "Science and Public Policy: Bridging the Epistemic Gap"
1:45 Joshua Krakos, "Over Active and Passive Euthanasia"
2:15 Suan Sonna, “A Natural Law Reformulation of Tolerance"
3:00 Kel MacLauchlin, “Trans Or Non-Binary: An Exploration of What Society Thinks It Means to be Trans”
3:30 Michael Hawkins, “What’s a White, Male Philosopher to Do?”
4:00 Joy Kuhlo, “Are All Men Rapists? A Philosophical Exploration of Men’s Responsibility in Rape Culture”
Webster University Center
175 Edgar Rd
St. Louis, MO 63119
Parking: There is a limited number of visitor parking spaces outside the University Center. Ample visitor parking is usually available in the Parking Garage at 568 Garden Avenue.