56th Cincinnati Philosophy Colloquium

'Identity Politics & the Politics of Identity'

Join UC’s Department of Philosophy and the Charles P. Taft Research Center for the 56th Cincinnati Philosophy Colloquium, Oct. 14-15, in the Annie Laws Reading Room, 407 Teachers-Dyer Complex.

The colloquium topic is “Identity Politics & the Politics of Identity”. 

Schedule and speakers are below and can also be found at www.eduardojmartinez.com/colloquium . 

Friday, October 14

1:30 p.m.: Depolarization Without Reconciliation, Robert Talisse

3:30 p.m.: The Power of Listening in Divided Democracies, Mary F. (Molly) Scudder

Saturday, October 15

10:00 a.m.: Why Should Those Who Speak for Us Be Anything Like Us? Wendy Salkin

1:00 p.m.: Boxed In: Tight Scripts and Identity Trouble, Derrick Darby and Eduardo Martinez

3:00 p.m.: Is Poverty a Political Concept? Jennifer Morton

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For more information visit www.eduardojmartinez.com/colloquium or contact Eduardo Martinez, eduardo.martinez@uc.edu

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