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Hi, Janet--welcome to the PPN, and to the Philosophy and the City affinity group. I"ve not been as active a moderator as I want to be because I'm also the co-director of the whole organization, but I welcome new members and plan to take a more active role with this group in the coming months. We welcome posts, and you'll be perhaps surprised to find a growing number of philosophers interested in all things urban. I also want to encourage you to consider attending the upcoming PPN conference and workshops at Emory University, March 14-16, 2013. There are several workshops of potential interest to you, including one that I'm doing with a colleague on the use of civic theater to enhance reflection on cities, including monuments, how cities are remembered, etc. Click on the home page conference tab for more info. Registration at discounted rates ends Feb. 8th. thank, Shaorn
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