Dr. Salamon’s lecture, “Phenomenological Anonymity,” will explore anonymity in the work of Alfred Schutz and Maurice Merleau-Ponty.
In her presentation, Dr. Salamon will look at the role anonymity plays in several areas of phenomenological inquiry: otherness, common sense and the social world.
The event takes place on the Foggy Bottom campus on Friday, Dec. 6 at 4:00pm in Duques Hall (2201 G Street, NW) room 152.
This inaugural lecture series has been funded by a GW philosophy alumna, and is designated for early to mid-career women and/or minority philosophers. The series strives to recognize the excellent scholarship of younger women and minority members of the profession through a public lecture that will not only help them educate others, but also help them further their careers.