Philosophy and Classical Studies News
In advance of St. John Fisher College’s World Philosophy Day conference, which marks the 150th anniversary of WB Yeats’s birth, The Irish Times featured a question-and-answer article with conference organizer Dr. Tim Madigan.
This year marks the 150th birth anniversary of W.B. Yeats, and St. John Fisher College is commemorating the year with a two-day conference, “W. B. Yeats at 150: A Celebration,” held on Thursday, Nov. 19, and Friday, Nov. 20.
Tim Madigan, associate professor of philosophy, delivered a paper at the 9th Annual Meeting of the International Society for MacIntyrean Enquiry.
Tim Madigan, associate professor of philosophy and director of the Irish Studies Program, has an article in the new book, McLuhan: Social Media Between Faith and Culture.
The 2nd Annual Adjunct Faculty Professional Development and Appreciation Reception celebrated the contributions of the College’s adjunct faculty.
A symposium at St. John Fisher College will address the life and influence of the famed communications theorist.
Dcn. Jewell's two-part article explores the formation of conscience.
Dr. Tim Madigan, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of Irish Studies, has received a Fellowship from the Moore Institute at the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG), to do research this summer on the life and writings of philosopher Thomas Duddy.
Members of the Fisher faculty will be talking about love from their research field perspectives during a panel on Thursday, February 12, beginning at 5:30 in Basil 200. The event is sponsored by the School of Arts and Sciences.
In the wake of the recent racially fueled protests in Ferguson, Missouri, and other places around the country, a group of Fisher faculty started discussing the issues with each other as well as their students. It was when the grand jury decided not to indict any of the police officers involved in the death of Eric Garner on Staten Island that this same group decided it was time to delve into the discussion a little more.