PIKSI 2007

by rjp218 Feb 25, 2015

Theme: Living Philosophy: Experience and Transformation

Combining standard texts with feminist theory, critical race theory, disability theory, and other nontraditional work, students will investigate how different human experiences have helped shape philosophical reflection from its earliest beginnings to today. Through readings, writing, visiting lecturers, and mentoring, students will learn that their own perspectives and experiences can contribute to the ongoing development of philosophy. 

PIKSI Class of 2007 Iris Marion Young Diversity Scholars

Anatea Carpenter
Aeyn Edwards
Laura Miller
David Pena
Martha Perez
Raymond Ramirez
Keisha Ray
Abigail Reiss
Jehangir Saleh
Bronwen Tomb
Mindi Torrey
Cori Wong

2007 Institutional Co-Sponsors

Rock Ethics Institute, Penn State
College of the Liberal Arts, Penn State
Association for Feminist Ethics and Social Theory (FEAST)
American Philosophical Association
Department of Philosophy, Penn State
Binghamton University (SUNY)
Michigan State University
Villanova University