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Environmental Philosophy Public Lecture

Location: Campus Center 301

Dr. Chaone Mallory, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Villanova University will present a lecture entitled: “Constructed Essences, Material Effects: Feminism, Science, and the Regulatory Fictions of Race, Gender, and Species.”
Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014
Time: 5:30pm - refreshments, 6:00pm - Lecture starts
This talk could not be possible without the support from the following sponsors: UH Hilo Philosophy Department, Women's and Gender Studies Program, Environmental Studies Department, The Exploring Diversity and Gender Equity Program (NSF ADVANCE IT Catalyst Award HRD1209223), Women's Center, and UH Hilo Diversity Grant
If you would like a copy of the abstract for this talk or have questions about this event, please contact Dr. Celia Bardwell-Jones, celiab@hawaii.edu
Lecture is open to the public.

For more information, contact: celiab@hawaii.edu

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