Registration has now opened for the “Renewing Public Discourse: The HCPL Capstone Workshop” for the Humility and Conviction in Public Life (HCPL) project, to be held April 4-5, 2019 on the UConn Storrs campus. The workshop will be a celebration and summation of the project’s efforts at renewing public discourse, from Global Research Projects, to public engagement, and more.
The complete list of participants will include:
- Mark Alfano (Philosophy, Delft University of Technology / Australian Catholic University)
- Teresa Allen (Philosophy, University of Connecticut)
- Heather Battaly (Philosophy, University of Connecticut)
- David Dunning (Psychology, University of Michigan)
- Philip Fernbach (Cognitive Science / Marketing, UC Boulder)
- Matthew Guariglia (History, University of Connecticut)
- Ryan Kennedy (Political Science, University of Houston)
- Elizabeth Krumrei Mancuso (Psychology, Pepperdine University)
- Greg Maio (Psychology, University of Bath)
- Benjamin Meagher (Psychology, Hope College)
- Dana Miranda (Philosophy, University of Connecticut)
- Alessandra Tanesini (Philosophy, Cardiff University)
- Robert B. Talisse (Philospohy, Vanderbilt University)
- John Sarrouf (Essential Partners)
- Nathan Sheff (Philosophy, University of Connecticut)
- Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Philosophy, Duke University)
- Graham Smith (Politics, University of Westminster)
Registration (free, but mandatory) is now open for this event.
We hope that you will be able to in join us, and we look forward to providing you with more information very soon. In the meantime, please keep an eye out for future emails and check the HCPL website for all information.