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2019 Phenomenological Approaches to Physics conference at Stony Brook University, September 26-28  



In the Stony Brook Philosophy Department, philosophy is more an activity than an artifact, more a collective vocation than a solitary pursuit.


Stony Brook Philosophers at the 2019 Collegium Phaenomenologicum, Italy

Megan Craig attended as a lecturer and artist-in-residence and directed participants in a performance Pina Bausch's Nelken Dance on the streets of
Città di Castello .

Stony Brook participants included Anne O'Byrne (Collegium Director), Adam Blair (assistant), Phil Nelson and Maggie Castor (PhD students), and Kelsey Borrowman and Shaila Wadhwani (MA alumni).



News & Announcements

Philosophy 2019 Lecture Series
Francois Raffoul,  Louisiana State University

The Phenomenology of the Inapparent
 October 16th  • 1:00 pm • Harriman Hall 214

Readings @ Tompkins: Bilingual Poetry Series featuring Professor Peter Carravetta
October 19 • 3:00 pm • New York Public Library

Minute Interruptions of Everyday Life at a Dementia Ward  Lecture by Rasmus Dyring,  Assistant Professor of  Philosophy at Aarhus University, Denmark  
November 5 • 4:00 pm • Humanities, Room 1008

How do we manage the retreat of
communities hit by climate change?
Professor  Robert Crease reports from a recent conference that discussed who should decide when (and how) people living in endangered coastal communities should move.   Physics World