Leonard Lecture Series
The Guy L. Leonard Lecture Series is a recurring lecture series featuring prominent philosophers with various areas of specialty. The series is made possible by the Leonard Endowment in Philosophy. The endowment was established generously by the Leonard family, whose gifts to the department are in memory of their son, Guy Leonard, who graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a B.A. in Philosophy in 1977.
Upcoming Leonard Lecture Series Events
- February 21, 2019: Sandra Shapshay, Indiana University, Bloomington
- March 7, 2019: Thi Nyugen, Utah Valley University
- April 4, 2019: Charles Mills, The Graduate Center, CUNY (Leonard Ethics and Politics Lecture Series)
- April 11, 2019: Avery Kolers, University of Louisville
Recent Leonard Lecture Series Events
- November 15, 2018: Talia Bettcher, California State University, Los Angeles, "What Is Trans Philosophy?"
- October 18, 2018: Mike Martin, Oxford - UC Berkeley, "Imagined Content"
- September 20, 2018: Robert Hopkins, New York University, "Ryle-ing the Irreal: Sensory Imaging As Knowing About Sensing"
- February 22, 2018: Juliana Bidadanure, Standford University, "Which Inequalities Between the Young and Old Matter?"
- October 19, 2017: Caroline Dicey Jennings, University of California, Merced, "Attention, Responsibility, and Control"
- April 27, 2017: David Beisecker, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, "Logic, Language, and the Pragmatic Maxim"
- February 2, 2017: Annabel Herzog, University of Haifa