The Department of Philosophy
The Department of Philosophy at Durham is one of six departments that make up the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. We are an open and friendly department, which accommodates work in 'analytic' and 'Continental' Western philosophical traditions. We have research expertise in the history of women in philosophy, from the fifth to the twentieth century. Our home on Old Elvet includes our department library, common room, post-graduate study room and our own garden. The department is home to the Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society
- 02nd March 2017: Details pending confirmation
- 08th March 2017: International Women's Day Conference 2017
- 09th March 2017: Dr Luna Dolezal (Durham) - Shame and Cultural Politics: Considering Group-Based Shame, Social Justice and Gender
- 14th March 2017: Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture: Professor Crispin Wright (New York University) - Basic Disagreements about Taste.