Past event

Thinking Inclusively A Lecture Series on the Role of Inclusive Academia in Intellectual Development

Health guidelines for this event

  • Face masks required
  • Event area sanitised before event

We are happy to invite you to the lecture series ‘Thinking Inclusively: A Lecture Series on the Role of Inclusive Academia in Intellectual Development' developed by the Equality, Inclusivity and Diversity (EDI) committee of the School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Film Studies (PAFS).

The event is open to all members of the university and will take place on Friday, October 22nd, from 9.30am until 5pm BST/ London UK Time. This is a hybrid event where people can either attend online or in-person. Feel free to join for some of the talks or all of them.

The event will feature lectures given by current PhD students in the School of PAFS, as well as short presentations showcasing summer STEP projects lead by UG students and sponsored by the School.

The program is the following:

9.30am- 10am Welcome and coffee

10am- 11am
David MacDonald (Philosophy) and Manar Kawasmi (Social Anthropology)
“Issues of inclusion and power relations in Philosophy and Social Anthropology”

11.15-11.45am STEP Project: First Presentation by UG students

11.45am-1.15pm Lunch Break

1.15-1.45pm STEP Project: Second Presentation by UG students

Camila Ferreira Marinelli (Social Anthropology) and Olivia Booker (Film Studies)
“Practicality of decolonisation”

3.15-3.45pm STEP Project: Third Presentation by UG students

Cassice Last (Film Studies) and Enrico Galvagni (Philosophy)
“The Universal Subject? Breaking Down Assumptions in Western Philosophy and American Survival Films”

If you have any questions about the event or how to access it, please reach out to Lara Jost ([email protected]).