CCR Workshop – Humanities Perspectives on Criminological Questions

This event aims to showcase the diversity of criminological research at Sheffield with perspectives from humanities subjects. About this event Workshop title: Centre for Criminological Research Workshop - Humanities Perspectives on Criminological Questions Date of event: Wednesday 27 April 2022 Event Time: 1:30-5pm Speakers: Christopher Bennett (Philosophy), Udit Bhatia (Philosophy), Mark Brown (Law), Katherine Ebury …

Annual Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) Lecture with Azita Chellappoo on “Fatphobia as Method”

Sheffield's MAP chapter is holding its annual Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) Sheffield Lecture with Dr. Azita Chellappoo (The Open University), who will be talking about Fatphobia as Method. Feminist Epistemology and Knowledge Production in 'Obesity Science' When? - Friday 6th of May 2022, 2:30-4:30 GMT Where? - University of Sheffield, Diamond Work Room 3 and …

Annual meeting of the Northern Phenomenology Network in Sheffield!

Tomorrow, 6th of July, the Northern Phenomenology Network is holding its annual meeting in Sheffield - organized by our centre member Komarine Romdenh-Romluc. From 9:30 to 17:00 we'll hear from Jonathan Mitchell (Manchester) on "The Phenomenal Contribution of Attention",Emily Hughes (York) on "The Manifold Temporalities of Grief"Jacob Kingsbury Downs (Sheffield) on "Auditory Flooding and Sonorous …

Climate Futures Initiative-Workshop. Bridging Gaps of Affluence, Nation and Time

Our centre-member Megan Blomfield is giving a talk at the Summer Online Workshop of the Climate Futures Initiative at Princeton Univeristy, which is taking place in August! "The workshop will be online and asynchronous. Twelve authors will provide works-in-progress (WIPs) to registered attendees, including several special invited guests. These WIPs can take the form of …

Education and Philosophy Seminar: “The Cognitive Benefits of Philosophy for Children”

The first event of the seminar series Education and Philosophy is coming up, organised by center co-director Joshua Forstenzer and Ansgar Allan. The Cognitive Benefits of P4C (Philosophy for Children)Dr Dave Ward (University of Edinburgh)Date: Thursday 20th of February 2020, 2pm-3.30pmVenue: Humanities Research Institute - Seminar Room, Upper Hanover Street Abstract: Philosophy for Children, or P4C, is …

Philosophers at Red Haus: Climate Change, Climate Strike

Next up in the monthly "Philosophers at Red Haus series" (organized by centre-member Matt Cull and Nadia Mehdi) is the topic Climate Change and Climate Strike! When? Friday, November 22nd Where? Café Red Haus Books, 232 Abbeydale Road, S7 1FL Nether Edge, Sheffield "This month we’ll be reflecting on climate change and the recent climate …