Compass Workshop 2022
Our 2022 Compass workshop brought students to campus from across the country for two days of intensive seminar discussions, mentoring, and networking, November 12th and 13th, with a welcome dinner and discussion on Friday the 11th.
Students discussed five recent papers in sessions led by Princeton graduate students and participated in three panel discussions led by faculty mentors sharing their expertise on important topics: "Applying to Graduate School," "How to Get the Most Out of Your Academic Experience," and "Being a Minority in Philosophy."
Kristie Dotson, "How Is This Paper Philosophy?"
Rachana Kamtekar, "Studying Ancient Political Thought Through Ancient Philosophers: The Case of Aristotle and Natural Slavery"
Linda Martín Alcoff, "The Phenomenology of Racial Embodiment"
Luvell Anderson, "Hermeneutical Impasses"
Robin Zheng, "What is My Role in Changing the System? A New Model of Responsibility for Structural Injustice."