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CFP – Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Conference – Approaching the Liminal

8 Apr

The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions for our first annual Pittsbugh Continental Philosophy Conference entitled, Approaching the Liminal: Pushing the Boundaries of Continental Philosophy (Sept. 26th and 27th). The conference will feature Dr. Tom Sparrow (Slippery Rock University) and Dr. Erik Garrett (Duquesne University) as keynotes. The full CFP can be found here: CFP – Approaching the Liminal (abstracts due by June 15th). Interested parties throughout the greater Pittsburgh area, and in a wide variety of fields (including philosophy, psychology, communications, theology, and sociology, to name only a few) are strongly encouraged to apply.

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This Week:

31 Mar
  • 4/1, 6:00pm – The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group will be discussing Jacques Derrida’s “Signature, Event, Context.” East End Book Exchange.
  • 4/5, 9:00am – Duquesne University’s Pyschology department is hosting the “Regional Undergraduate Psychology Conference: Relationships, Human Experiences, and Social Issues.” Duquesne University, 553 College Hall.
  • 4/5, 1:00pm – Point Park is hosting Dafna Rehavia Hanauer, who will be presenting “Feminist Art Therapy: Representations of Self Starving Women.” Point Park University, Student Center room 701.

Duquesne Women in Philosophy 2014 Conference, TOMORROW

7 Feb

Last minute Update:


Roman Catholic Feminist Theology

15 Feb

The Association of Pittsburgh Priests, on the First Sunday of Lent, a time of conversion in our thinking, our Church and our world, will present Dr. Aimee Light: “Roman Catholic Feminist Theology”. Dr.Light will talk about Roman Catholic teaching on “Imago Dei and Incarnational, Feminist Theologies.”

Dr. Light is Assistant Professor of Theology at Duquesne University and Editor of the Journal of Interreligious Dialogue.

The conference is on Sunday, February 17 from 1:30 to 4:30 pm at the Epiphany Administrative Center, 164 Washington Place, Pittsburgh 15219 (next to the Consol Energy Center). Cost:$20 and free for students and low income attendees.

For more information please contact:
Fr. John Oesterle at 412.232.7512 or johnoesterle2@gmail.com