CPA 2019 SUMMER SCHOOL

AT WILLIAMS COLLEGE

JUNE 16-23, 2019

 

THE 2019 CARIBBEAN PHILOSOPHICAL ASSOCIATION (CPA)

SUMMER SCHOOL @ WILLIAMS COLLEGE

JUNE 16th - 23rd, 2019

featuring

“COLONIAL DOMESTICITY” AND “SOCIAL REPRODUCTION & RACIAL CAPITALISM,”

TWO SEMINARS WITH LISA LOWE, TUFTS UNIVERSITY

“MELANCHOLIA AFRICANA: LOSS, MOURNING, AND SURVIVAL IN AFRICA & ITS DIASPORA” &

“BLACK IN BLUE WHITE AND RED” WITH NATHALIE ETOKE, CONNECTICUT COLLEGE

“ON FANON OR HOW GLOBAL THE GLOBAL SOUTH IS” &

“INTERNAL COLONIALISM AND SUBJECTIVITY,”

TWO SEMINARS WITH ALEJANDRO DE OTO, CONICET, SAN JUAN, ARGENTINA

“SHIFTING THE GEOGRAPHY OF REASON” WITH LEWIS R. GORDON, UCONN

“ON AFRO-CARIBBEAN PHILOSOPHY” WITH PAGET HENRY, BROWN UNIVERSITY

& “ON CREOLIZING THEORY”

WITH MICHAEL MONAHAN, UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS & JANE ANNA GORDON, UCONN

HOSTED BY NEIL ROBERTS, WILLIAMS COLLEGE with generous support from

the W. Ford Schumann ’50 Program in Democratic Studies

Applications are due December 15th. Please click here to submit your application. 

Acceptance Notifications will be sent out by January 15th

Questions? Email janeannagordon@gmail.com or neil.roberts@williams.edu

To view this information as PDF, please click here. 

Summer school application deadline:

 December 15th, 2018

Click here to submit an application