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14.05.2019 11:15 Alter: 37 days

Multicultural Philosophy


Conference Announcement

Theme: Multicultural Philosophy
Type: International Conference
Institution: Manchester Metropolitan University
  University of Manchester
Location: Manchester (United Kingdom)
Date: 15.–16.7.2019


The conference is to be held at The Gallery, Manchester Hall,
Manchester, UK, on 15 - 16 July 2019. Each day starts at 09:00 and
ends after a key note address at 17:00. Food and refreshment will be
served at various intervals.

The conference programme is available here:
http://multiculturalphilosophy.org/images/Papers.pdf


Monday 15 July 2019

09:00
Introductions

09:10
Mikel Burley, Leeds:
Philosophizing Within and Across Traditions: Discussing Bryan Van
Norden’s Proposal for Multicultural Philosophy

09:55
Gina Lebkuecher, Loyola:
Integrating Mengzi's ethics into the classrom

10:40
Anton Rennesland, Manila:
Transcendence in learning philosophy

11:25
Refreshment break

11:45
Joel Feldman, Rider:
Strategies for Incorporating Indian Philosophy into Traditional
Philosophy Courses

12:30
Min Tang, Chapel Hill:
Exploring Non-Western Philosophical Works through Comparing and
Contrasting Their Prominent Translations

13:15
Lunch

14:15
Raj Sehgal:
Ethics & the Mahabharata

15:00
Clark Donley and Molly Wilder, Georgetown:
Ancient Ethics in Comparative Perspective

15:45
Refreshment break

16:00
Bryan W. Van Norden, Singapore, Vassar:
Keynote talk: A Zen Interpretation of the Golden Rule in Confucius

17:00
End of day


Tuesday 16 July 2019

09:00
Welcome

09:10
Marie-Hélène Gorisse, Ghent:
Proper acts, knowledge and categories in Jainism: reshaping
traditional distinctions towards a global framework

09:55
Keekok Lee, Manchester:
The mind-body problem

10:40
Bin Song, Washington:
Embody Non-Western Philosophy: A Pedagogical Transformation

11:25
Refreshment break

11:45
Eleni Lorandou, Lancaster:
Towards an inclusive approach to the teaching of epistemology: “So,
what do Indian philosophers have to say about perception?”

12:30
Brian Black, Lancaster:
Philosophy and Pedagogy: Teaching Indian Philosophy Through Dialogues
in the Upanishads

13:15
Lunch

14:15
Chris Rawls and Adrienne Wooster, Roger Williams University:
Dynamic Classrooms: Bridging the Epistemological and Ontological – A
Student and Professor Reflect on Philosophy of Race

15:00
William Parkhurst and Javier Cardoza-Kon, South Florida:
Indigenous American Epistemologies: The Perpetuation of Pedagogical
Oppression

15:45
Refreshment break

16:00
Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad, Lancaster:
Keynote talk

17:00
End of conference


Registration

Online registration for the conference is now open.
Register by clicking this link:
https://buyonline.mmu.ac.uk/product-catalogue/events/rah/multicultural-philosophy

Organisers:

Lloyd Strickland, Manchester Metropolitan University
Crispen Sachikonye, University of Manchester


Contact:

Dr. Lloyd Strickland
Department of History, Politics and Philosophy
Manchester Metropolitan University
Geoffrey Manton Building
Manchester M15 6LL
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)161 247 3433
Email: L.Strickland@mmu.ac.uk
Web: http://multiculturalphilosophy.org