THE TANNER LECTURES ON HUMAN VALUES
Spring 2014


The Tanner Lectures on Human Values were established by the American scholar,
industrialist, and philanthropist Obert Clark Tanner, who hoped that these lectures
would contribute to the intellectual and moral life of humankind.
Both lectures are free and open to the public.

Paul Gilroy, King's College London
5 pm, Auditorium

The Black Atlantic and the Re-enchantment of Humanism

Wednesday, February 19
Suffering and Infrahumanity

Thursday, February 20
Humanities and a New Humanism

Friday, February 21
Roundtable discussion
with Paul Gilroy, Hazel Carby,
Kobena Mercer, and Michael Veal
Moderator: Jonathan Holloway
10:30 am, Auditorium

Press release


Bruno Latour, Institut d’études politiques
(Sciences Po), Paris
5 pm, Auditorium

How Better to Register the Agency of Things

Wednesday, March 26
Semiotics

Thursday, March 27
Ontology

Friday, March 28
Roundtable discussion with Bruno Latour, Philip Gorski,
Adam Tooze, and Joanna Radin
Moderator: Daniel Kevles
10:30 am, Auditorium

Press release

 


 
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