Ryan Bingham: Grammēsis: Time and Writing in Derrida’s “Ousia and Grammē”

Ryan Bingham

PhD Student, Religion, Literature, and Visual Culture

Grammēsis: Time and Writing in Derrida’s “Ousia and Grammē

Monday, November 11, 12:30 PM, Swift 200

Lunch provided

Ryan’s paper may be accessed here. Please contact rrosenfeld@uchicago.edu for password.

The Workshop on the Philosophy of Religions is committed to being a fully accessible and inclusive workshop.  Please contact Workshop Coordinators Rebekah Rosenfeld (rrosenfeld@uchicago.edu) or William Underwood (wunderwood@uchicago.edu) in order to make any arrangements necessary to facilitate your participation in workshop events.

Faculty Panel: What is Philosophy of Religions?

Dan Arnold, Ryan Coyne, Sarah Hammerschlag, and Brook Ziporyn

Professors, Philosophy of Religions, University of Chicago Divinity School

What is Philosophy of Religions?

Monday, October 7, 12:30 – 1:20 PM, Swift 208

Lunch Provided

Join us to discuss the question “What is Philosophy of Religions?” with members of the PR faculty. Professors Dan Arnold, Ryan Coyne, Sarah Hammerschlag, and Brook Ziporyn will share their perspectives on the field, its contemporary challenges, and what it means to “do PR” in the Divinity School. The majority of the panel will be dedicated to student questions. All are welcome!

Please contact workshop coordinators Rebekah Rosenfeld (rrosenfeld@uchicago.edu) and William Underwood (wunderwood@uchicago.edu) with any questions concerning this event.