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Graduate Colloquium Series

The Queen's Philosophy Graduate Colloquium Series provides a venue to share in the rich and diverse studies of our fellow graduate students in a more relaxed setting. It is a great opportunity to gain experience presenting, to share and receive feedback on your work, and to test new ideas among those not necessarily acquainted with your specific field of study in an amicable setting.

The 2020-21 Graduate Colloquium Series will be taking place virtually on Zoom. Contact our colloquium coordinator for more information on how to attend!

Philosophy Graduate Colloquium Coordinator : Vipushi Sivanesanathan (  )


Graduate Student Colloquium Schedule

Fall Term 2020

Date Topic Presenter

October 16 - 2:30 pm

Confronting the Rainbow Creature: The Trans*-ness of Grant Morrison’s Batman

Sofie Vlaad

November 6 - 2:30 pm

Collective Self-Determination, Territory, and the Wet’suwet’en Affair: What Justifies the Political Authority of Traditional Indigenous Governments Over Land and People?

Michael Luoma

November 20 - 2:30 pm

Gendering Animals

Andrew Lopez









Past Graduate Colloquia: Winter 2020