Researchers from Project PERFECT will be giving a series of talks in October and November 2016
Lisa Bortolotti will be presenting her research for project PERFECT at a celebration of World Mental Health Day organised by the University of Birmingham Workplace Wellbeing and Equality and Diversity teams at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on 10th October.
Lisa will also deliver a talk on the epistemic innocence of confabulatory explanations and optimistic beliefs at the LOGOS Colloquium in Barcelona on 26th October.
Sophie Stammers will give a talk on awareness of implicit bias at the eighth meeting of the Spanish Society for Analytic Philosophy (SEFA) between 10th-12th November, and will be presenting her research on implicit cognition and control at the London Judgement and Decision Making Group Seminar at UCL on 30th November.
Sophie will also be giving a talk on what she learned from co-directing the Minorities and Philosophy project with current director Saloni de Souza at a workshop on equality and diversity in philosophy, on 8th November at the University of Nottingham.
Posted on Thursday 8th September 2016