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All speakers will be in conversation with Agnes Callard (Philosophy, UChicago)
BONUS Night Owls: UChicago Students in conversation with Agnes Callard about their historic quarter.
Thursday, June 18, 8pm CST.
Patrick Jagoda (English, Cinema and Media Studies, UChicago), Life Online: Community or Isolation? (April 9)
Stephen White (Philosophy, Northwestern), The End of the World? (April 16)
Daniel Diermeier (Harris School, UChicago), What are Universities for? (April 23)
Kevin Hector (Divinity School, UChicago), Can you be obligated to love someone? (April 30)
Ethan Bueno de Mesquita (Harris School, UChicago), The Perils of Quantification (May 7)
Brian Frye (University of Kentucky Law School), A Defense of Plagiarism (May 14)
Abe, Macabee, and Izzy (University of Chicago Laboratory School Students), What Does It Mean to Be a Child? (May 21)
Chris Kennedy (Linguistics, UChicago), Is Language a Game? (May 28)
Daniel Morgan (Cinema and Media Studies, UChicago), Why Movies Matter (June 4)