Philosophy invites faculty to SAAP
On March 6-8th, the Philosophy Department will host the Annual Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (SAAP) conference, at the Westin Downtown Denver. Sessions will be held on all the American philosophical figures (Dewey, James, Peirce, Rorty, Addams, et al.) as well as on a huge variety of interdisciplinary topics: race, environmentalism, democracy, feminism, social science, African-American thought, Asian philosophy, native American, French, German political thought, and more. The full program is online for your perusal, here. Faculty (and any students especially interested) are welcome to attend any session which sparks their interest free of charge. For anyone who plans to do more than drop in on a session or two, registration can be done here (anyone can register as a student). For more information you can contact local organizer and Chair of Philosophy, David Hildebrand, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please come see what philosophers DO!