**All meetings take place on Thursday at 4:30pm in COBB 104 unless otherwise noted.
**Papers to be read in advance will be circulated via listserv one week prior to the meeting.
 

March 29thHannah Mosher, PhD Candidate in the Committee on Social Thought, “What’s So Ethical About Inwardness?: The Many Forms of Inwardness of Kierkegaard’s Pseudonymous Authors”

MONDAY, April 9thAlan Levinovitz, PhD Candidate in Religion and Literature, “The Zhuangzi and Contemplative Practice,” at 4:30pm in Foster 505

TUESDAY, April 24th – Lumen Christi Institute Lecture by Ian Ker, University of Oxford, on “G.K. Chesterton and the Philosophy of Wonder,” 7pm in Ida Noyes Third Floor Theater

April 26th – Paul Kottman, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, The New School, on “Romantic Love as the Struggle for Freedom”

May 10thJoshua Landy, Associate Professor of French, Stanford University, on “Formative Fictions: Imaginative Literature and the Training of the Capacities”

WEDNESDAY, May 30th at 4:30pm in Foster 505 Alexander Orwin, PhD Candidate in Social Thought, “From Speechlessness to Philosophy: The Role of the Ummah in Farabi’s Thought” – please note the unusual time and location!