COMPASS 2021 WAS A SUCCESS!
A huge thank you to our incredible mentors and attendees for their invaluable contributions. Thanks also to coordinators Brendan Kolb and Bridget Brasher.
We brought together undergraduate students for two days of philosophical discussion, networking, and mentoring with a focus on fostering greater diversity, especially for underrepresented racial and ethnic groups. This year's conference was held virtually on November 13-14.
Anita L. Allen, “The Virtuous Spy: Privacy
as an Ethical Limit”
Charles Mills, “Kant's Untermenschen”
Paul Taylor, “Appiah's Uncompleted Argument:
W.E.B. Dubois and the Reality of Race.”
Linda Martín Alcoff, “On Judging Epistemic
Credibility: Is Social Identity Relevant?”
Kristie Dotson, “Concrete Flowers: Contemplating
the Profession of Philosophy”