On July 28, 2017, 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).

9:30am    Coffee available

10:00am    Shen-yi Liao (University of Puget Sound), 'Oppressive Things', with comments from Kirun Sankaran. Sponsored by the American Society for Aesthetics.

11:30am   Coffee break

12:00pm   Jennifer Morton (CCNY), 'Can Education Undermine Representation?', with comments from Yongming Han.

1:30pm    Lunch

2:30pm    Kareem Khalifa (Middlebury), 'Inference, Explanation, and the Improbable in Experimental Economics', with comments from Mark Christman. Sponsored by the Philosophy of Science Association.

4:00pm   Coffee break

4:30pm    Roundtable on Diversity in Philosophy

6:00pm    Dinner

All talks are free and open to the public, except for the roundtable and dinner, which are limited to program participants and invited guests only.

Previous SIPP@Brown Conference speakers have included Lionel McPherson (Tufts University), A.W. Eaton (University of Illinois, Chicago), Meghan Sullivan (University of Notre Dame), Hallie Liberto (University of Connecticut), Tommie Shelby (Harvard University), and Eileen O'Neill (University of Massachusetts, Amherst).