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Old Dominion Series: Racist research: What does respect for researchers require? What should academic freedom allow?

Elizabeth Harman, Philosophy; The University Center for Human Values

Thu, 2/11 · 12:00 pm · via Zoom

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In the first of the 2020-2021 Old Dominion Series, Elizabeth Harman (Philosophy; UCHV) will give a talk on “Racist research: What does respect for researchers require?  What should academic freedom allow?”

Open to Princeton University Faculty, Postdocs and Graduate Students

Space is limited. (Event full; registration closed.)  

 

Upcoming Old Dominion talks:

February 25, 4:30 pm
Melissa Lane, The University Center for Human Values
“Lycurgus, Solon, Charondas…Figuring the Legislator in Platonic Political Thought and its Aftermath”

March 25, 12:00 pm
Yaacob Dweck, History; Judaic Studies
“Rabbinic Reactionaries in the Sephardic Diaspora: Notes on a Social Type”

April 19, 4:30 pm
Susan J. Wolfson, English
“Pride and Prejudice: not altogether ‘light & bright & sparkling’”

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