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Our seasons of "digital dialogues" have been running since autumn 2020. To date, over 15,000 attendees from over 110 countries have tuned in. To watch recordings of our past events, click here.

Our spring series began on Tuesday 28th March and will run weekly until Monday 26th June. We will upload the listings below within a fortnight of each event (and hopefully sooner). You can see the poster for the new series (and all previous ones) here.  

All our events begin at 11am PST/2pm EST/7pm UK time unless otherwise stated. 

They will last for one hour, including time for audience questions.

Our events are free and  all are welcome.


Monday 29th May

What is Public Philosophy?

Peter Adamson, Evelyn Brister, and Lucia Ziglioli with Peter West

If public philosophy is philosophy for the public, it is worth considering what “the public” would like philosophy to do for them. Tying into our forthcoming issue on “Where is Public Philosophy Going?”, this event will consider the aims of public philosophy, what good public philosophy looks like, and the challenges and merits of taking philosophy to the public. This is a unique opportunity to engage in a public philosophy event about public philosophy.


Monday 5th June

Mexican Philosophy

Carlos Sanchez and Amy Oliver in conversation with Amy Reed-Sandoval

This conversation between three scholars of Mexican philosophy will introduce us to a philosophical tradition rooted in and framed by the history, geography, culture, and experience of Mexico and its people. Its Mexican profile lends it a difference that both reflects an unmistakable European inheritance and simultaneously sets it apart from it. In affirming its Mexicanness, it reaffirms the existence and value of non-traditional, non-Eurocentric, and non-Anglo-American philosophical traditions.


Tuesday 27th June

Latina Feminist Philosophy

Mariana Ortega and Andrea Pitts with Cynthia Paccacerqua

Latina feminist thinkers like Gloria Anzaldúa and Maria Lugones have explored diverse political, epistemological, ethical, historiographical, and aesthetic themes in their writings, as a result of which philosophy is beginning to take notice. Join Latina feminist scholars Mariana Ortega, Andrea Pitts, and Cynthia Paccacerqua to find out more about the remarkable thinkers and ideas that have emerged within this tradition.

  • Writing for the Public
    Will begin in Spring 2023 - Dates/Time TBC
    These classes will take place via Zoom
    Will begin in Spring 2023 - Dates/Time TBC
    These classes will take place via Zoom
    A series of six classes run by our editor, Anthony Morgan (and special guests), to help PhD students in philosophy and the humanities to learn the skills necessary to write for non-academic publications.
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