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Colloquium Schedule

The following is a schedule of colloquia to be given at the Philosophy Department during the 2014-2015 academic year. All talks begin at 3:10 P.M. unless otherwise noted and are held in the Philosophy Department Library.

2014 - 15 Colloquia

Fall 2014

Friday, Oct 17, Christopher Peacocke, Columbia

Friday, November 14, Jeremy Heis , UC Irvine

Winter 2015

Friday, March 6, Helen Longino, Stanford

Tuesday, March 17, David Copp, UC Davis

Spring 2015

Friday, May 8, Tim Clarke, UC Berkeley

Friday, May 1, Japa Pallikkathayil, University of Pittsburgh

Friday, May 15, Manuel Vargas, University of San Francisco


2013 - 2014 Colloquia

Friday, October 25, Kieran Setiya, University of Pittsburgh

Friday, November 1, Bruce Russell, Wayne State (sponsored by DaGERS)

Friday, November 8, N. Angel Pinillos, Arizona State University

Friday, November 15, Anita Superson, University of Kentucky (sponsored by DaGERS)

Friday, January 17, Cameron Buckner, University of Houston

Monday, January 20, Farid Masrour, Harvard University

Friday, January 31, Stephen Campbell, Coe College

Monday, February 3, Tim Campbell, Rutgers

Friday, February 7, Nicoletta Orlandi, Rice

Monday, February 10, Tina Rulli, Purdue

Wednesday, February 12, Mark Alfano, University of Oregon

Friday, February 14, Regina Rini, Oxford

Monday, February 17, Hanti Lin, Rutgers

Friday, April 11, Hendrik Lorenz, Princeton

Friday, May 2, R. Jay Wallace, UC Berkeley (DaGERS)

Friday, May 16, Ben Caplan, Ohio State University

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