Thinking From Everywhen: Philosophy, Indigenous Knowledge & Perspectives
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This workshop asks how Western Philosophy should proceed if it takes seriously the challenge of decolonisation and of opening a respectful dialogue with Indigenous philosophies and knowledge systems. It explores ways to improve the plurality of the Philosophy discipline by recognising First Nations perspectives and Indigenous ways of knowing.
Krushil Watene (Peter Kraus Associate Professor in Philosophy, University of Auckland)
Rob Wilson (Professor in Philosophy, University of Western Australia)
Veli Mitova (Professor of Philosophy and Director of the African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, University of Johannesburg)
Dr Joanne Faulkner (Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies, Macquarie University)
FINAL program and abstracts in the PDF below. Registrations close by COB 8 February 2024.
This workshop is co-sponsored by the ANU Research School of Social Sciences and ARC Constructing Social Hierarchies Discovery Project of the University of Melbourne
Rachael Brown, Fiona Jenkins, Tori McGeer (ANU), and Francois Schroeter and Karen Jones (University of Melbourne)
Registration is required for this event.
This event is both in-person and online. Please register for an online ticket if you cannot attend in person. The Zoom details will be sent before the event.
NOTE: All the sessions will be live-streamed but not recorded. Please refer to the program.
The event will be catered with vegan and vegetarian food and some GF options. We will also select a venue for an informal gathering on Monday evening (self-funded). More details to follow.