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On Friday and Saturday, September 29th and 30th, our graduate students will be hosting the 29th Annual DePaul University Philosophy Graduate Student Conference. The conference will feature talks centered around the theme "Philosophy and the Age of the Anthropocene."
The keynote speaker, Marjolein Oele from the University of San Francisco, will deliver her presentation on Saturday, September 30th, at 4:00 PM to conclude the conference.
“Philosophizing Beyond the Anthropocene: The Transformative Role of Affects in Times of Loss”
Professor Oele's talk will take place at 4pm
In his book, Theological Fragments: What We Can and Cannot Know about an Infinite God, Dr. Rubén Rosario Rodríguez makes an effort to reach those who are unchurched by stating that there is more to the Christian tradition than white Christian nationalism, or the increasingly irrelevant middle-class mainline denominations. He identifies some of the major challenges we face in the 21st century, then identifies fragments from the Christian tradition that can help us confront these modern-day problems.
Do you want to know more about applying to graduate school? We'll have Professor Peg Birmingham joining us to answer all of your questions.
Contact: Professor Avery Goldman at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Department of History of Art and Architecture invites you to Welcome Night. Hang out, enjoy treats, and get to know your fellow students and HAA faculty. All are welcome!
For inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
The Social Transformation Research Collaborative's annual symposium, with keynote speaker Dr. Roderick A. Ferguson.
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The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy is delighted to announce the appointment of Geoffrey Wiseman to our Endowed Chair of Applied Diplomacy. Dr. Wiseman brings to the table both a distinguished career as a diplomat and as a globally recognized scholar of Diplomatic Studies.