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Thursday, 8 March 2018
11:30am-5:00pm
Executive AlcoveExecutive Alcove
1:30pm-3:10pm
Concurrent Session I
Haymarket AHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania BPennsylvania C
Session Chair: Erin McKenna, University of OregonThe Importance And Impact Of The Work Of Charlene Haddock SeigfriedErin McKenna, University of Oregon; Lee McBride, College of Wooster; L. Ryan Musgrave, Rollins College Perception And Observation - Perspectives From Pragmatism And Interactive ConstructivismStefan Prof. Dr. Neubert, University of Cologne; Kersten Prof. Dr. Reich, University of Cologne; Yajun Prof. Dr. Chen, Fudan University Shanghai; Ning Dr. Sun, Fudan University Shanghai Session Chair: Todd Lekan, Muskingum University

Author: James Campbell, University of Toledo

Critics:

John Capps, Rochester Institute of Technology

Greg Moses, Texas State University

James Campbell's Experiencing William James: Belief In A Pluralistic World: Author Meets CriticTodd Lekan , Muskingum University; John Capps , Rochester Institute of Technology; James Campbell , University of Toledo
Session Chair: Tommy Curry, Texas A&M University

Author: Tommy Curry, Texas A&M University

 

Critics:

Irami Osei-Frimpong, University of Georgia

Anthony Neal, Mississippi State University

Dwayne A. Tunstall, Grand Valley State University

Theorizing Black Males: Engaging Tommy J. Curry's The Man-notTommy Curry, Texas A&M University
Session Chair: Bette Manter, Curry College

"Continuing the Royce Agenda: Royce on Self and Relationships -- Speaking to the Digital and Texting Self of Today"

Jacquelyn Ann Kegley, California State University, Bakersfield

 

Roundtable Discussion on Continuing the Royce Agenda

Speakers:

Randall Auxier, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Bill Elkins, Drew University

Kevin J. Harrelson, Ball State University

3:10pm-3:30pm
(Executive Alcove)
3:30pm-5:10pm
Concurrent Session II
Haymarket AHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania BPennsylvania C
Session Chair: Danielle Lake, Grand Valley State UniversityEnacting Feminist Pragmatism: Philosophic Place-based ActivismDanielle Lake, Grand Valley State University; Tess Varner, Concordia College; Jon LaRochelle, University of Oregon Session Chair: Sergio Gallegos, Metropolitan State University, DenverJuliet Hooker's Theorizing Race In The Americas. Douglass, Sarmiento, Du Bois And VasconcelosSergio Gallegos, MSU Denver; Juliet Hooker, Brown University; Stephanie Berruz Rivera, William Patterson University; Amir Jaima, Texas A&M University Session Chair: Cornelius de Waal, Indiana University, Purdue University IndianapolisA Phenomenology Of Nature: Transcendentalist Explications Of The PhaneronNicholas Guardiano, Southern Illinois University CarbondaleDiscussant: Cornelius de Waal, Indiana University, Purdue University IndianapolisA Hybrid "class Of Signs": Peirce On Epiphenomenalism And The Mind-body ProblemMarco Stango, Pennsylvania State UniversityDiscussant: Cornelius de Waal, Indiana University, Purdue University Indianapolis Session Chair: Wilhelm Alfredo, Philippine National Philosophical Research Society Tandang Sora, Quezon City, PhilippinesDeweyan Faith And Agonistic Politics: Implications For Moral EducationAlexander Kardjian Elnabli, Fordham UniversityDiscussant: Wilhelm Alfredo, Philippine National Philosophical Research Society Tandang Sora, Quezon City, PhilippinesThe Bad Habits Of Setting Suns: The Art Of My AddictionDonnie McMann, Southern Illinois UniversityDiscussant: Wilhelm Alfredo, Philippine National Philosophical Research Society Tandang Sora, Quezon City, Philippines Session Chair: Kenneth Stikkers, Southern Illinois University CarbondalePragmatic Inquiry In The Business Curriculum: Teaching SustainabilityKenneth Stikkers, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Ron Nahser, DePaul University; Scott Kelley, DePaul University
6:30pm-8:00pm
Plenary I
(Basile Auditorium, Eskenazi Hall, IUPUI, 735 W. New York St)

Panelists: Phyllis Boyd, David Hoppe, Adrian Matejka, Carl Pope, and LaShawnda Crowe Storm.

8:00pm-10:00pm

Transportation: From 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM a shuttle will run from the hotel to Eskanazi Hall (across the street from the Education/Social Work Building)

Location: Education/Social Work Building and Institute for American Thought, 902 W. New York St (enter through Entrance 4 at the northeast corner of the building)

Two drink tickets will be provided for registered attendees.  Light appetizers and dessert will be served. Guests may take tours of the Institute for American Thought (IAT), which includes the Peirce Edition Project, the Santayana Edition, the Frederick Douglass Papers, and the Josiah Royce Edition. (The Ray Bradbury Center is part of the IAT, but is housed in a different building.)

Friday, 9 March 2018
8:00am-5:00pm
Executive AlcoveExecutive Alcove
8:00am-9:00am
9:00am-10:40am
Concurrent Session III
Haymarket AHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania BPennsylvania C
Session Chair: Kim Diaz, El Paso Community College

“Race, Identity and the Decolonization of Academia”

Manuela A. Gomez, El Paso Community College & University of Texas at El Paso

Evan A. Lopez, University of Texas at El Paso

 

“Decolonizing the Production of Knowledge: An Examination of Recent Historiographical Trends and Possibilities in Latin American and Latino/a History”

Alan Milam, Texas A&M University

 

“Gonzalo Arango’s Call of the Poet: Poetry and Revolution”

Diana A. Yarzagaray, Texas A&M University

Session Chair: Anthony Neal, Mississippi State UniversityBeyond Theoretical Correctness In Ethics: Dewey's Pragmatic PluralismSteven Fesmire, Middlebury CollegeDiscussant: Anthony Neal, Mississippi State University Session Chair: Katie Terezakis, Rochester Institute of TechnologyJohn William Miller And The Problem Of UniversalsKatie Terezakis, Rochester Institute of Technology; Gary Steiner , Bucknell University; Peter Fosl, Transylvania University Session Chair: Sarah Woolwine, University of Central OklahomaJustice Holmes, The Social DarwinistSeth Vannatta, Morgan State UniversityDiscussant: Sarah Woolwine, University of Central OklahomaAmerican Pragmatism, Moral Evolution, And Social ReformTrevor Pearce, UNC CharlotteDiscussant: Sarah Woolwine, University of Central Oklahoma Session Chair: Wesley Dempster, University of DaytonBuilding Bridges Between Environmental Pragmatism And Social-ecological Systems ScienceZachary Piso, Michigan State UniversityDiscussant: Wesley Dempster, University of DaytonUrban Renewal And The Rhetoric Of Scientific Progress: A Deweyan Analysis Of The Destruction Of The Indiana Avenue CommunityDeborah Seltzer-Kelly, Wabash CollegeDiscussant: Wesley Dempster, University of Dayton
10:40am-11:00am
(Executive Alcove)
11:00am-12:40pm
Plenary II: Coss Dialogue Lecture
(Grand Central Station)

Introduction by Christopher Tirres, DePaul University

12:40pm-2:00pm
Conrail StationHaymarket A
2:00pm-3:40pm
Concurrent Session IV
Grand Central StationHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania B
Session Chair: Kathleen Wallace, Hofstra University

Lisa Heldke, Gustavus Adolphus College

José-Antonio Orosco, Oregon State University

Alexander Stehn, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Session Chair: Richard M. Rubin

“Santayana: Culture and Creativity”

Herman J Saatkamp, Jr., Institute for American Thought, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

“Character and Philosophic Creativity: the Example of Santayana”

Richard M Rubin

Session Chair: Daniel Campos, Brooklyn College of CUNYPeirce And The Religious Ethos: The Case Of Prison ReformRichard Atkins, Boston CollegeDiscussant: Daniel Campos, Brooklyn College of CUNYReflections On Peirce And DerridaJim Garrison, Virginia TechDiscussant: Daniel Campos, Brooklyn College of CUNY Session Chair: S. Joshua Thomas, St. John's UniversityAlain Locke On Common-denominator Values And Cultural RelativismReyes Espinoza, Purdue UniversityDiscussant: S. Joshua Thomas, St. John's UniversitySpiritual Activism And Praxis: Assessing Gloria Anzaldúa's _light In The Dark/luz En Lo Oscuro_Christopher Tirres, DePaul UniversityDiscussant: S. Joshua Thomas, St. John's University
3:40pm-4:00pm
(Executive Alcove)
4:00pm-5:40pm
Concurrent Session V
Haymarket AHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania BPennsylvania C
Session Chair: Corey Barnes, University of San Diego

Patrick Goodin, Howard University

Session Chair: Myron Jackson, Grand Valley State UniversityThe Non-cognitive Sources Of Imaginative Experience: A Deweyan Theory Of CreativityPaul Benjamin Cherlin, Minneapolis Community and Technical CollegeDiscussant: Myron Jackson, Grand Valley State UniversityPragmatic Instrumentalism And The Creative Arts: Advocacy, Policy, And Critical ProblemsDeron Boyles, Georgia State UniversityDiscussant: Myron Jackson, Grand Valley State University Session Chair: Phil Oliver, Middle Tennessee State UniversityWhat's Aggressive About Microaggressions?Emma McClure, University of TorontoDiscussant: Phil Oliver, Middle Tennessee State UniversityThe Moral Equivalent Of FootballErin Tarver, Emory University, Oxford CollegeDiscussant: Phil Oliver, Middle Tennessee State UniversityJane Addams, “pragmatic” Compromise, And Anti-war PragmatismTadd Ruetenik, St. Ambrose UniversityDiscussant: Phil Oliver, Middle Tennessee State University Session Chair: Roger Ward, Georgetown CollegePragmatism And Religion: Ethos, Peirce, And The Semiotics Of Sacred SpaceROGER WARD, GEORGETOWN COLLEGE; ROBERT KING, UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY Session Chair: Larry A Hickman, Southern Illinois University CarbondaleJames's "moral Equivalent Of War:" A Minor Variation On Common ThemesMarilyn Fischer, University of DaytonDiscussant: Larry A Hickman, Southern Illinois University CarbondaleAching Over Aikin’s False Dilemma In James’s Justification For Faith In “the Will To Believe”J. Edward Hackett, Savannah State UniversityDiscussant: Larry A Hickman, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
6:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday, 10 March 2018
8:00am-4:00pm
(Executive Alcove)
8:00am-12:00pm
(Executive Alcove)
8:00am-9:00am
(Pennsylvania A)
9:00am-10:40am
Concurrent Session VI
Haymarket AHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania B
Session Chair: David McClean, Rutgers UniversityGeorge Herbert Mead, Public Philosopher Of The City: Fostering The Transformative Potential For Building Democratic CitiesDavid Woods, NYUDiscussant: David McClean, Rutgers UniversityTaking The Attitude Of The Other In Communication Networks: Mead And Lyotard On The SocialAndrew Garnar, Department of Philosophy Clemson UniversityDiscussant: David McClean, Rutgers University Session Chair: V. Denise James, University of DaytonThe Art Of Myth And N. Scott Momaday’s _the Way To Rainy Mountain_Thomas Alexander, Southern Illinois University CarbondaleDiscussant: V. Denise James, University of Dayton“pragmatist Aesthetics And The Experience Of Technology”David Hildebrand, University of Colorado DenverDiscussant: V. Denise James, University of Dayton Session Chair: Justin Bell, University of Houston-VictoriaPragmatism And Resilience As A Systems Concept, With An Application To The American WestPaul B. Thompson, Michigan State University; Jared Talley, Michigan State UniversityDiscussant: Justin Bell, University of Houston-VictoriaAnti-nationalism And Cosmopolitanism In The Wilderness TraditionDavid Henderson, Western Carolina UniversityDiscussant: Justin Bell, University of Houston-Victoria Session Chair: Andre de Tienne, Indiana University, Purdue University IndianapolisThe Peirce, Santayana, & Royce Critical Editions: Purpose And PromiseAndre De Tienne, IUPUI; Martin Coleman, IUPUI; David Pfeifer, IUPUI
11:00am-1:00pm
Conrail Station
1:00pm-2:40pm
Concurrent Session VII
Haymarket AHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania BPennsylvania C
Session Chair: Tommy Curry, Texas A&M University

Stephanie Rivera-Berruz, William Patterson University

Amir Jaima, Texas A&M University

Olufemi O. Taiwo, University of Califonia Los Angeles

Session Chair: Mariana Alessandri, University of Texas-Rio Grande ValleyLoving Immigrants In AmericaMariana Alessandri, University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley; Kim Diaz, El Paso Community College; Michael Raposa, Lehigh University; Daniel Campos, Brooklyn College of CUNY Session Chair: Margaret Newton, University of Oregon

"The Ethical Republic in Practice: Societal Implications of William James’s Moral Philosophy"

Nathan Little, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Session Chair: Kara Barnette, Westminster CollegeCollective Memory, Collective ForgettingKara Barnette, Westminster College; Nathan Jackson, Capital University; Anna Cook, University of Oregon; Daniel Brunson, Morgan State University; Al Frankowski, Southern Illinois University Carbondale Session Chair: Sergio Gallegos, Metropolitan State University, Denver“we Love And Adore Our Fatherland Like A Goddess:” The Radical Scholastic Nationalism Of Pedro Albizu CamposTerrance MacMullan, Eastern Washington UniversityDiscussant: Sergio Gallegos, Metropolitan State University, DenverThinking As Well As Possible About Democratic Political EconomyJudith Green, Fordham UniversityDiscussant: Sergio Gallegos, Metropolitan State University, Denver
2:40pm-3:00pm
(Executive Alcove)
3:00pm-4:40pm
Concurrent Session VIII
Haymarket AHaymarket BPennsylvania APennsylvania B
Session Chair: Aaron Wilson, South Texas CollegeDeweyan Epistemic SituationalismNick Louzon, University of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignDiscussant: Aaron Wilson, South Texas CollegeDispersed Intelligence And Possibility Of Intelligent Planning: A Deweyan Perspective On Rational Policy MakingPhilipp Dorstewitz, American University of Ras Al KhaimahDiscussant: Aaron Wilson, South Texas College Session Chair: Glenn Tiller, Texas A&M Corpus ChristiDoubting At Will? Peirce On The Aim Of BeliefFrancesco Poggiani, Penn State UniversityDiscussant: Glenn Tiller, Texas A&M Corpus ChristiMotives For Consensus: Habermas And Kitcher On Ethical DeliberationBelen Pueyo-Ibanez, Emory UniversityDiscussant: Glenn Tiller, Texas A&M Corpus Christi Session Chair: Corey Barnes, University of San DiegoRacism As An Ontological Agent: A Pragmatic-posthuman Rethinking The Foundations Of Anti-racist PoliticsJerry Rosiek, University of OregonDiscussant: Corey Barnes, University of San DiegoJames On Collective Akrasia And Social ProgressKyle Bromhall, Independent ScholarDiscussant: Corey Barnes, University of San Diego Session Chair: Anthony Cashio, University of Virginia at WiseC. I. Lewis, The Given, And Foundationalism: A Defense Of The Traditional InterpretationGriffin Klemick, University of TorontoDiscussant: Anthony Cashio, University of Virginia at WisePorous Bodies And Deweyan Quality: Resisting MechanismBethany Henning, Southern Illinois UniversityDiscussant: Anthony Cashio, University of Virginia at Wise
5:30pm-6:30pm
Plenary III
(Grand Central Station)
6:30pm-7:30pm
Plenary IV: President's Address
(Grand Central Station)

Introduction by Gregory Pappas, Texas A&M University

7:30pm-9:15pm
(Victoria Station)

 

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