On July 29, 2016, the Brown University Department of Philosophy will host the SIPP@Brown Conference. The conference will be held in the first floor seminar room in the philosophy department in Corliss-Brackett House (45 Prospect Street, Providence, RI).
9:00am Coffee available
9:30am Lionel McPherson (Tufts University), "The Costs of Violence: Reviving King for the Obama Era", with comments from Kirun Sankaran.
11:30am A.W. Eaton (University of Illinois, Chicago), "Taste in Bodies and Fat Oppression", with comments from Yongming Han.
1:30pm Lunch break
2:30pm Meghan Sullivan (University of Notre Dame), "The Past, Regrets, and Rational Planning", with comments from Chad Marxen.
4:30pm Roundtable on Diversity in Philosophy**
6:00pm Dinner (Faculty Club, One Magee Street)**
All talks are free and open to the public, but in order to give us a sense of how many people will be attending it would be helpful if you can register by filling out the following form.
*Professor Eaton's participation in the conference is being supported by a generous contribution from the American Society for Aesthetics.
** Participation in the roundtable and attendance at dinner limited to program participants and invited guests only.