The Inaugural Caribbean Philosophical Association Summer School at UCONN presents and invites you to join us for . . .

Public-Lecture-Poster

THREE

PUBLIC

LECTURES

 

6/1: 9:30 a.m., Class of 1947 Room “What the Jaguar Saw: Why Only Amerindians Can Save our Modern Soul,”

by Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Birkbeck College, University of London

6/2: 2p.m., Oak Hall 408 “The Roots of Africana Political Philosophy,” by Paget Henry, Brown University

6/4: 2p.m., Class of 1947 Room “The Vertical Revolution and Political Spirituality,” by Drucilla Cornell, Rutgers University

Questions? Email jane.gordon@uconn.edu