Summer Session 2021: Causation and Explanation in Science
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Johns Hopkins University
Assistant Professor in the Logic and Philosophy of Science Department
University of California, Irvine
In response to COVID-19, the 2021 summer seminar will be offered as a hybrid course. Access to a module containing lectures, readings, and interactive content will be provided to all participants in May. Participants will then meet in one of three synchronous sessions where they will be joined by speakers, theologians, and hosts to engage in discussions of the seminar content and receive feedback on their project proposals.
For 2021 we will hold three synchronous sessions:
- Baltimore, MD, open to those within 300 miles of Baltimore. Please see the below map for the states included. *
- Durham, England for those in the UK*
- Virtual session for participants from other regions or those who prefer online due to COVID-19. (Virtual session will be organized around Mountain Standard Time.)
* If interested in attending an in-person seminar, but outside of the region please contact us to see if we can accommodate you.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy John Hopkins University
Assistant Professor in the Logic and Philosophy of Science Department at the University of California, Irvine
Professor/Director of Research Durham University
Charlotte Bloomberg Professor of Philosophy Johns Hopkins University
Associate Professor of Theology Baylor University
Van Mildert Professor of Divinity Durham University
*Seminar Hosts will attend all sessions.
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