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5th Public Philosophy Network Conference

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Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center

219 S Harrison Rd

East Lansing, MI 48824

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5th Conference of the Public Philosophy Network

Philosophy from all Walks of Life


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October 17-19, 2019

Michigan State University Kellogg Conference Center, 219 S Harrison Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824


For program details please visit the Conference Website (coming soon).

Conference events include:

An evening dedicated to the work of philosopher and activist Grace Lee Boggs, including a screening of the documentary American Revolutionary and a conversation with the filmmaker, Grace Lee.

Confirmed Keynotes:

• Myisha Cherry, Unmute Podcast, University of California, Riverside

• Kristie Dotson, Epistemology of Testimony, Michigan State University

• Daniel Wildcat, American Indian and Alaska Native Climate Change Working Group, Haskell Indian Nations University

Welcome reception Thursday evening.

Keynote speakers and breakout sessions Friday and Saturday.

Breakfasts and lunches included, dinners on your own.

Thursday morning & afternoon field trip: The conference is pleased to offer an opportunity to visit the Boggs Center, Detroit. Thursday, October 17, 2019. A bus will leave from the Kellogg Center in the morning and return prior to the opening of the conference later in the afternoon. Limited seats available, so please register early. (Additional fee of $60)


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Getting there:

Airports

  • Lansing, Michigan (LAN).
  • Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) Michigan Flyer shuttle service runs between DTW and the East Lansing Marriott Hotel.
  • Gerald R. Ford International Airport, Grand Rapids (GRR)
  • Flint Bishop Airport (FNT)

Train

  • Amtrack station is located on Harrison Road near Trowbridge Rd.

About us: Philosophers engage the public by working with professionals in government, business, and healthcare, promoting community discussions, teaching in schools and prisons, and writing for the popular press.

The Public Philosophy Network supports philosophers by running skill-building workshops, organizing scholarly conferences, providing mentoring, facilitating network-building, and assisting with projects.

Conference Website: Coming Soon

Beaumont Photo Credit: Michigan State University, Communications and Brand Strategy


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