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
Opening Remarks - 9:30am
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
Eddy Souffrant, University of North Carolina Charlotte
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