Department of Philosophy
Marquette Hall, 115
1217 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
The latest coronavirus information and updates: marquette.edu/coronavirus.
The Department welcomes Dr. Javiera Perez Gomez, who joined us as Assistant Professor in Fall 2020. Her main research interests are in applied ethics and bio-ethics. Much of her current work focuses on analyzing policies and practices that seem to compound the disadvantages that members of marginalized groups already face.
2020 Undergraduate Philosophy Awards
Jason Hanselman, Francis X. Boden Award
Jake Stavsky, James Robb Award
Alanna McCauley Rev. John Naus, S.J. Award More details
Adulting 101: Social Change at Marquette - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Dr. Ericka Tucker, Associate Professor of Philosophy will speak
Friday, 10/23/20 12-1 pm
In partnership with the Center for Peacemaking and the Black Student Council, this program will engage in a meaningful discussion about activism, organizing, and education and consider ways to engage in social responsibility and change.
Online Workshop In Phenomenology
Sponsored by Loyola University Chicago and Marquette UniversitySaturday, 10/24/2020 9am-5:30pm
The 5th Latinx Philosophy Conference will take place virtually on October 30-31. The event is being organized by Marquette Philosophy’s Javiera Perez Gomez with keynote address by Philosophy’s Stephanie Rivera Berruz from 1-2:15 pm CST.
Friday Seminar Series
Virtual seminars every Friday of the semester
For more details, contact Kimberly Ann Harris
Dr. Jessica Wolfendale: Technology and Terrorism
Teaching Check In
Dr. Javiera Perez Gomez: Microaggressions and Moral Encroachment
Thomas Kader: On Metaphysics of Rationalism and the Distinction between Ideas and Qualities
Dr. Michael Olson: The Aura of Belonging: Aesthetics, Politics, Society
Teaching Check In
Jorge Montiel: Motivation and Subjective Historicity in Husserl’s Transcendental Phenomenology
Kiesha Martin: Language and Identity
November 13: Sarah Kizuk: I am of this place: Place attachment as a mechanism of settler colonialism
Dr. Ronny Miron (Bar-Ilan University): Where does Being begin? On the Intimacy between Existence and Nothingness in the Metaphysical Phenomenology of Hedwig Conrad-Martius