Formal Social Epistemology Workshop
Mentoring Event for Women/Minorities in Philosophy
UC Irvine will be hosting a workshop from May 25-27th 2018 focusing on social epistemology and formal approaches to social epistemology.
In conjunction with the workshop will be a networking and mentoring event for women/minority graduate students in philosophy. Travel grants and hosted accommodation are available for graduate students who would like to attend the workshop/event. All interested students should send an email to email@example.com with a paragraph describing their interests/reason for attending by January 31st 2018. (Preference will be given based on fit and location.)
In addition, attending graduate students with relevant work will be invited to give 10-minute talks on their research or planned research. Please indicate whether you would like to be included.
Confirmed speakers include Katherine Anderson, Liam K. Bright, Justin Bruner, Manuela Fernandez Pinto, Remco Heesen, Bennett Holman, Carole Lee, Conor Mayo Wilson, and Kevin Zollman.
Logic and Philosophy of Science
University of California, Irvine
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