MillerComm Lecture Series

Ruminations on Violence and Anonymity in Our Antiblack World

Wednesday, February 15th, 1995
Lewis Gordon

Third Floor, Levis Faculty Center
919 West Illinois Street

Event Description

In his latest book Bad Faith and Antiblack Racism, Lewis Gordon examines antiblack racism as an effort to evade the responsibilities of a human and humane world. This work has been called "a major contribution to Sartre studies...to the very meaning of color itself in human terms."

Cosponsored by: Office of the Chancellor; Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs; Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and the Graduate College; Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; The Council of Deans; The Center for Advanced Study; George A. Miller Endowment; George A. Miller Committee; Department of Anthropology; Department of Educational Policy Studies; Department of English; Department of Philosophy; Afro-American Studies and Research Program; Minority Student Affairs; Office for Cultural Diversity, College of Education; Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory

Lewis Gordon

Department of Philosophy and African American Studies and Research Center, Purdue University