All members of college working or interested in Philosophy are welcome to our events, which are intended to be friendly and accessible to all. Please contact Professor Mark Wrathall or Professor Marion Durand if you have any questions about attending an event.
Events held throughout the year include:
Invited Speaker Lectures
These are held each term and bring in philosophers from outside Corpus to present their current research in a way that is intended to be accessible to all from first year undergraduates to more seasoned researchers. The lectures are followed by a Drinks Reception and a Dinner in the SCR (those wishing to attend the dinner should RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org, student meals will be partially subsidised).
Work in Progress Talks
These are held once a term or more. They offer an informal and friendly venue for Corpuscles to present their current work at any stage of the writing process and to receive feedback. Please get in touch if you are interested giving a presentation.
These are held twice a term. They are a casual gathering to discuss philosophy informally over breakfast. Just collect your breakfast as you normally would in Hall and join the philosophy table - and the discussion!
This is held in Trinity Term. Alumni are invited back to College for tea and good conversation in the Gardens. The aim is to foster intergenerational relationships between current and former students.