March 29th – Hannah Mosher, PhD Candidate in the Committee on Social Thought, “What’s So Ethical About Inwardness?: The Many Forms of Inwardness of Kierkegaard’s Pseudonymous Authors”
MONDAY, April 9th – Alan Levinovitz, PhD Candidate in Religion and Literature, “The Zhuangzi and Contemplative Practice,” at 4:30pm in Foster 505
TUESDAY, April 24th – Lumen Christi Institute Lecture by Ian Ker, University of Oxford, on “G.K. Chesterton and the Philosophy of Wonder,” 7pm in Ida Noyes Third Floor Theater
April 26th – Paul Kottman, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, The New School, on “Romantic Love as the Struggle for Freedom”
May 10th – Joshua Landy, Associate Professor of French, Stanford University, on “Formative Fictions: Imaginative Literature and the Training of the Capacities”
WEDNESDAY, May 30th at 4:30pm in Foster 505 – Alexander Orwin, PhD Candidate in Social Thought, “From Speechlessness to Philosophy: The Role of the Ummah in Farabi’s Thought” – please note the unusual time and location!