2007–2008 Veroni Memorial Lectures
in Philosophy and the Humanities
The Department of Philosophy at Kent State University is pleased to announce the Kent State University Veroni Memorial Lectures in Philosophy and the Humanities for 2007–2008.
The Veroni Lectures are funded by an endowment from the Ohio philanthropist Dr. Frank Veroni. His legacy supports research in philosophy and the humanities that appeals to a wide audience. Topics in past Veroni Lectures have included post-phenomenology, dreams and philosophy, and The Da Vinci Code.
The Veroni Lectures, Fall 2007 will feature:
John Rawls Collegiate Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies, University of Michigan
"The Imperative of Integration: Race and Education"
November 9, 2007, 7:00 pm
Kent State Student Center - Governance Chambers
reception to follow, Kent State Student Center Room 306
click poster for abstract
The Veroni Lectures, Spring 2008 will feature: