The Philosophy in the Community
Lecture & Discussion Series
@ The Refinery
Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and the College of Arts and Science
Philosophy in the Community is a lecture and discussion series organized by the Philosophy Department at the University of Saskatchewan. It is in place as a public service, so that we may share the rewards and pleasures of philosophical reflection with the members of our community. Philosophical thinking, reading and analysis is part of the life well-lived.
This series is free, no registration is needed. No philosophical background is required; intellectual curiosity is. Coffee provided.
For more information, contact: email@example.com
|Location:|| The Refinery
Emmanuel Anglican (formerly St. James) Church Basement
609 Dufferin Avenue
(at 12th Street, just off Broadway)
|Time:||7:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Dates:||Second Friday of each month
September through March
|Sep. 9||"Is Life Absurd?"
Professor Emer O'Hagan
|Oct. 14||Professor Valery Chirkov
(Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan)
|Nov. 11||Erin Delathouwer
(College of Education, University of Saskatchewan)
|Dec. 9||Professor Susan Dieleman|
|Jan. 13||Professor Dwayne Moore|
|Feb. 10||"I Am Not a Women's Libber, Although Sometimes I Sound Like One: Indigenous Feminism and Politicized Motherhood in 20th Century British Columbia"
Professor Sarah Nickel
|Mar. 10||Professor Will Buschert|