The Philosophy in An Inclusive Key Institute
Designed to encourage undergraduates from underrepresented groups to consider future study of
philosophy, PISKI emphasizes the on-going project of greater inclusiveness that is transforming the
discipline, inviting students to be participants in the conversation. Along with works in feminist, critical race, disability, and queer theory, students will read historical and contemporary philosophical texts that explore recurring human concerns and investigate the ways in which experience informs philosophical reﬂection. In addition, writing assignments, visiting lecturers, and mentoring will help students learn that their own perspectives matter to philosophy.
ROCK ETHICS INSTITUTE
THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
JULY 31—AUGUST 6, 2011
PHILOSOPHY: EXPERIENCE, REFLECTION, TRANSFORMATION
LADELLE MCWHORTER, DIRECTOR
James Thomas Professor of Philosophy and
Women, Gender, and Sexualities Studies, University of Richmond
GUEST FACULTY: JOSE MEDINA and MARY BETH MADER
Participants will be named IRIS MARION YOUNG DIVERSITY SCHOLARS and will receive support
from the IRIS MARION YOUNG DIVERSITY SCHOLARS FUND.