Phronesis Lab is housed in the School of History, Philosophy, and Religion, and supports research in the humanities that is grounded in and tested against experience. We particularly value projects that are interdisciplinary and innovative. And finally, we are committed to putting our academic skills in the service of social justice.
We welcome collaborations from across the campus and the wider community.
Email Sharyn Clough if you’re interested in collaborating on any of our projects, or suggesting new ones.
Recent Events and Activities
Newest!!!! Phronesis Visiting Scholar Mark Tschaepe contributed to our lecture series Philosopher.Scientist.Citizen with a fantastic lecture on Oct. 5/15 called: “Quantifying Experience: The Seduction of Neuroscientific Explanation in the Dopamine Democracy.” You can watch it here. And here’s an album of photos from the talk, on Facebook.
Newer!! Phronesis Scholar in Residence Mark Tschaepe gave two presentations during his summer stay. The first was focused on Prison Sexual Violence. You can view the slides here: A Noxious Injustice as Punishment
Newish!!! The Phronesis High School Instructional Team gave a panel presentation “Promoting Social Justice with Engaged Philosophy” at a recent conference at Villanova University. Here’s some photos of the trip!
Photos from our Philosopher.Scientist.Citizen series, featuring Stacey Ritz’s visit and her talk “On the integration of sex and gender considerations in basic experimental biomedical research.”
Check out our Book Panel Video Extravaganza, discussing Colin Koopman’s new book Genealogy as Critique, featuring Stephanie Jenkins, Sharyn Clough, and Evan Gottlieb.
Photo Credit: Bob Peckyno