THE CALIFORNIA ROUNDTABLE
ON PHILOSOPHY AND RACE
Dedicated to Conversation and Research on Philosophy and Race-related Issues
2021 virtual CONFERENCE
october 29 - 30th
Friday October 29th, 2021
Session One - 10am
Moderator: Sameena Mulla, Emory University
Presenter: Elvira Basevich, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
"The Shared Experience of Oppression"
Session Two - 11am
Moderator: Kareem Joseph, Emory University
Corbin Covington, Northwestern University
"Black Utopias, Speculative Fiction, and Aesthetic Liberation: Where Blackness Goes to Die"
12 - 2pm
Session Three - 2pm
Moderator: Aisha K. Finch, Emory University
Nathifa Greene, Gettysburg College
"Mill After the Jamaica Committee: Rethinking the Malleability of Character
and the Rule of Law as Indirect 'Define and Rule' Colonialism"
Session Four - 3pm
Moderator: Chris Cuomo, University of Georgia
Ernesto Rosen Velásquez, University of Dayton
"Anzaldua as a Colonial Subject"
Memorial Session for Charles Mills
5 - 7pm
Falguni Sheth, Emory University
Devonya Havis, University of Buffalo
Linda Martín Alcoff, CUNY / Hunter College
Larry Blum, University of Massachusetts Boston
José Jorge Mendoza, University of Washington
Saturday October 30th, 2021
Session Five: 10am
Moderator: Victor Bene, Emory University
Presenter: Miguel Gualdrón Ramírez, University of North Texas
"Fundamentals of Anti-Blackness in Latin American Thought"
Session Six: 11am
Moderator: Mansi Hitesh, Emory University
Presenter: Michael Eng, Appalachian University
"The Chronopolitics of Race and the University in the Time of Ecological Crisis"
12 - 2pm
Session Seven: 2pm
Moderator: Dana Miranda, University of Massachusetts Boston
Presenter: Grant Silva, Marquette University
"The Race-Class Strategy and a Less Racist Future?"
Roundtable on the Status of Race in Philosophy, 3pm
Alia Al-Saji, McGill University
George Fourlas, Hampshire College
Janine Jones, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Eddy Souffrant, University of North Carolina Charlotte
Yolonda Wilson, St. Louis University
For questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mickaella L. Perina, Philosophy, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Falguni A. Sheth, Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, Emory University