Past Events

Formal and Experimental (FAX) Conference

04/27/2019 - 04/28/2019

This conference will bring together researchers in philosophy and cognitive science who are interested in both formal and experimental methods and their applications to descriptive and normative modeling of cognitive phenomena…
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“Two American Myths: The Melting Pot and the Minority-Majority Nation “

04/09/2019

Guest Speaker: José Jorge Mendoza, Assistant Professor, Umass Lowell Abstract: For Americans on the left of the political spectrum, there are not many positive takeaways from the 2016 presidential election. One potential silver lining, however, has been the dramatic increase in the Latinx vote and the fact that this group is both the fastest growing minority…
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Information Ethics Roundtable

04/05/2019 - 04/07/2019

The Information Ethics Roundtable (IER) is a yearly conference that brings together researchers from disciplines such as philosophy, information science, communications, public administration, anthropology, and law to discuss ..
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“James Cone and the Gifts of Black Rage” Xavier Pickett

01/10/2019

Xaiver Pickett, Visiting Assistant Professor at New York University This talk explores Black rage through the life and thought of James Cone as a way to reveal the gifts that it has to offer intellectually, ethically and politically. Xavier Pickett is a Faculty Fellow in the Religious Studies Program at New York University. He is…
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