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Conference of Undergraduate Philosophy

Conference of Undergraduate Philosophy

March 13, 2020

 

PHIL4160

4160 philosophy field course college of arts, university of Guelph

The Philosophy Field Course offers a unique opportunity for students to engage in dialogue with environmental stakeholders in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia.

Philosophy Graduate Student Association

2019/2020 Event Listing

Sept. 6, 2019 - Games at The Round Table Board Game Cafe
Nov. 12, 2019 - Billiards at Tony's on Macdonell Street
Dec. 6, 2019 - Dinner at Diana Downtown
Dec. 10, 2019 - Billiards at Tony's on Macdonell Street
Dec. 21, 2019 - Games at The Round Table Board Game Cafe
Jan. 14, 2020 - Billiards at Tony's on Macdonell Street
Feb. 11, 2020 - Billiards at Tony's on Macdonell Street

Graduate Courses 2020-2021

The following is a list of our graduate course offerings for the 20-21 academic year. 

Descriptions of our courses can be found in the Graduate Calendar.

Fall 2020

Phil 6120: Philosophy of Mind
Instructor: Andrew Bailey

Phil 6340: Modern Philosophy
Instructor: Patricia Sheridan

Phil 6730: Contemporary Philosophy of Science
Instructor: Andrew Wayne

Water Justice Workshop

Fluid Thinking: Water Justice in a Changing Climate, april 3rd, 2020 10c downtown guelph

THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Philosophy Speaker Series 2018-19

2017-2018   2018-19 2019-20
 

October 12: Yolandi Coester, UNISA, Johannesburg
MacKinnon 315, 4:00-5:30

2019-20 Department meeting schedule and agendas

2018-19

Meetings will be held in MacKinnon 132 (unless otherwise specified below).
Please note the new time:  Friday mornings, 10:00-12:00
 

September 20

October 18 (Room TBD)

November 15

January 17 

March 6 

April 24 

May 22

Accessibility Guidelines for CSWIP

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Local Organizers: Samantha Brennan <samantha.brennan@uoguelph.ca>, Trish Sheridan  <pmsherid@uoguelph.ca>

CSWIP Accessibility Committee: Anna Mudde (Committee Chair), Emily Bingeman, Jane Dryden, Jane Epp, and Amy Keating.

CSWIP19: Keynote and Events

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keynote cswip 2019

 

Dr. Margaret Robinson

an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Dalhousie University ‑ (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

CSWIP19: Speakers

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REGISTER for CSWIP2019 (Eventbrite)
 

Suze Berkhout (University of Toronto)

“Embodiment, Psychosis, and Frictions in the First Episode Clinic: Divergent Bodyminds; the Implications for Bioethics in Psychiatry”