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Promising Practices: Supporting Public Philosophy through Tenure and Promotion Review

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Does your institution have sound criteria for counting and evaluating publicly engaged philosophical work for the purposes of tenure and/or promotion?  Please submit any relevant information here.Continue

Poverty, Coercion, and Human Rights conference at Loyola University Chicago, April 13-15, 2012

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Call for papers for the 2012 UCLA IRLE Graduate Student Research ConferenceFrom Port Huron to Occupy Wall Street: 50 Years of Student, Worker, and Social Justice StrugglesUCLA -  March 13, 2012The Occupy Wall Street Movement has revitalized interest in the consequences of social inequality and the forms of protest. The Occupy movement is distinguishable from typical demonstrations by the particular form of insurgent practice – the physical occupation of ostensibly “public” spaces, often in…See More
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Poverty, Coercion, and Human Rights conference at Loyola University Chicago, April 13-15, 2012

Confirmed speakers:  Amy Allen, Claudia Card, John Christman, Ann Cudd, Leslie P. Francis, Hille Haker, David Ingram, Alison Jaggar, Christine Koggel, Diana Tietjens Meyers, James Nickel, Thomas Pogge, Tisha Rajendra, Alan, Wertheimer. To register and obtain accommodation information, contact Randall Newman at mewman2@luc.edu/ 773-508-2373See More
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Poverty, Coercion, and Human Rights conference at Loyola University Chicago, April 14-15, 2012

Confirmed speakers:  Amy Allen, Claudia Card, John Christman, Ann Cudd, Leslie P. Francis, Hille Haker, David Ingram, Alison Jaggar, Christine Koggel, Diana Tietjens Meyers, James Nickel, Thomas Pogge, Tisha Rajendra, Alan, Wertheimer. To register and obtain accommodation information, contact Randall Newman at mewman2@luc.edu/ 773-508-2373See More
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Help Promote the Public Philosophy Network and We Will Help Promote Your Work

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You can help us promote the Public Philosophy Network (PPN) by: 1) sending invitations to colleagues who you know would be interested in participating in the project; 2) encouraging any groups to which you belong that do engage in any aspect of public philosophy to form an affinity group on the network (you can restrict the membership if you wish); 3) adding a badge on your facebook or my space page (click on the badge on right box on home page and follow directions--it's simple!; 4) adding…

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At 9:45am on August 12, 2011, Antonio Calcagno said…

Thanks very much. I think this is a necessary and great network. I am hoping that we can take Philosophy out of the classroom and into people's lives.

 

Forza!

 

Antonio

At 2:28pm on May 11, 2011, Sharon M. Meagher said…
The meaning of this comment is unclear.  Was this comment intended for the conference organizers?
At 10:51am on May 11, 2011, ROBIN ATTFIELD said…
I would like Proposal 4 (that of Tom Sorell) to be included among the Proposals to be presented at Birmingham on 23 May 2011. RA, 11 May 2011
 
 
 

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