Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Georgia State and Post-Kantian Philosophy

Sebastian Rand from Georgia State University asked me to link to this flyer about their MA program. Readers thinking about graduate school or advising students applying should check out the program. It's great to see that they offer funding for students working on Kant and Post-Kantian philosophy. As far as I know, it can be very difficult to get funding at the MA level, but Georgia State appears to have a number of good funding opportunities. If you know about other similar programs, feel free to mention them in the comments. As PhD programs get to be more and more competitive, MAs at places like Georgia State are becoming more valuable.

Friday, December 4, 2009

NY German Idealism Workshop

On behalf of the NY German Idealism Workshop, I would like to announce the final meeting of the semester on Friday, December 11th. Jens Rometsch (University of Bonn) will be giving a paper entitled, “Hegel's Point About Knowledge of What We Are Doing”. Rocío Zambrana (The New School for Social Research) will respond.

Date: Friday, December 11th
Location: The New School for Social Research, 6 East 16th St. Room 906
Time: 4:00-6:00pm

please email karen.ng92@gmail.com for a copy of the paper.