The Clayton State University Philosophy Department will be holding its Eighth Annual Philosophy in Society lecture on Monday, Nov. 10, at noon in room UC272 of the James M. Baker University Center.
This year’s speaker is Dr. Noëlle McAfee, professor of Philosophy at Emory University. McAfee’s topic is, “Beyond the Freedom to Channel Surf: Freedom and Feminism (and other liberatory practices) in a Neoliberal Era.”
McAfee’s presentation focuses on... What does it mean to be free? And in what ways should feminist theorists and practitioners aim for women’s freedom?
This event if free and open to the public.