Philosophy in the City Annual Report 2019/20
Philosophy in the City (PinC) President for 2019/20, Emily Wright, reflects on PinC’s achievements and it's optimistic response to the challenge posed by COVID-19.
The Philosopher Queens Book Launch
We're very excited to share that The Philosopher Queens will be having a launch event, including a Q&A hosted by the Department of Philosophy's Dr Angie Hobbs, on September 17th 2020 at 7pm.
Everyone has implicit bias, but what can we do about it?
Jules Holroyd shares her thoughts on the damaging impact of stereotypes and how you can shift your bias. Published by the Evening Standard.https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/what-are-the-effects-of-stereotyping-and-what-can-i-do-about-it-a4478936.html
New undergraduate programme launching September 2021
We are now taking applications for our new single honours BA Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree programme, which launches in September 2021.
An inclusive department
We want the Department of Philosophy to be an equal, diverse and inclusive community. We have a number of initiatives through which we strive for this.
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