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2019 Schedule


SUMMER PROGRAM DATES

For Students: June 23–July 5, 2019
For Tutors: June 23–July 5 or July 9, 2019
For Instructors: June 23–July 9, 2019

DAILY SCHEDULE
MONDAY, JUNE 24– FRIDAY, JULY 5

TIME ACTIVITY
8 a.m. Breakfast
9-10:30 a.m.

Aftermath and Backlash, Prof. Cahill

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Phil Methods, Prof. Yang
12:30 p.m. Lunch
2-3:30 p.m. Existentialism Lived, Prof. Collette
6 p.m. Dinner

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

DATES ACTIVITIES

Sunday, June 23

Arrivals

Pick up from airport and train station
Check-in and orientation
6:30 p.m.: Welcome dinner, Phillip Spencer House

Thursday, June 27, 9:15 a.m.

Susan Brison, video conference visit
Thursday, June 27, 4 p.m. Prof. Keelah Williams, imposter syndrome discussion.  Prof. Williams will provide a brief overview of imposter syndrome from a psychological perspective, explain how and why it occurs (specifically focusing on the context of graduate school), and share what psychological research has to say about combating it.

Saturday, June 29 

Tutor Panel: "Philosophy Graduate School: What I Wish I Knew Before I Applied"

  • Chris Bousquet, Syracuse 
  • Mercedes Maria Corredor, U Michigan
  • Jackson Kushner, Georgia State
  • Sara Purinton, U Penn

Sunday, June 30

Adirondack Trip

Wednesday, July 3, 2 p.m. Shannon Mussett, video conference visit
Wednesday, July 3, 4:10 p.m. in KJ's Red Pit

George Yancy, public talk

A Letter of love: And the Return of White Backlash

Abstract:  In this talk I will explore what it means to deploy love in the process of critically engaging whiteness. Love will be discussed as  a site of vulnerability, courageous listening, and the capacity to be what I call un-suturing. I will then explore some of the graphic white racist vitriol that I received as a result of asking white America to face its whiteness/racism.  I explore this hatred as a response grounded partly in the arrogance of whiteness and its failure to tarry with the fact that the "innocence" of whiteness no longer exists. I will conclude with a brief discussion about what it involves for whiteness to be in crisis, which I argue is a positive way of beginning to undo whiteness. 

Thursday, July 4

George Yancy, class visit
Thursday, July 4

Independence Day

Regular class day

6 p.m. Shuttles to Clinton
BBQ at Chez Marcus
11 Chestnut Street

Independence Day Fireworks
Seen from Clinton School Yard, Chenango Avenue

Friday, July 5

Closing Banquet

KJ, Second-Floor Atrium

Saturday, July 6

Student Departure

Shuttles to be arranged

Saturday, July 6

Decompression Dinner

Faculty and Tutors

Monday, July 8

HCSPiP Post-Program Conference

Open to the public. Keynote speaker: Kimberly Van Orman.
Each teacher in the summer school presents their project.
Lunch will be provided for all participants.

Tuesday, July 9

Faculty departure


 

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