“The Boundaries of Humanity, ” 5th Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Dinner

March 4, 2016

Blakey Vermeule, Professor of English at Stanford University, will speak on “Moral Tribes and their Breakdown in the Modern World.”  Prof. Vermeule will also explore how certain literary fantasies can relieve the cognitive pressure that we are under to make sense of and manage our moral intuitions.

When and Where:

Please RSVP here to attend (this link also includes a map of the location).

Our seminar will be held with a catered dinner on Thursday, March 10th in the Conference Room of the Stanford Department of Anthropology (Building 50, Room 51A, of The Inner Quad).

A wine and cheese hour beginning at 6pm will precede our dinner meeting, which will begin around 7pm.


Please submit your RSVP through the Eventbrite system at this link.

Dress code is Stanford casual.

Seminars will be held approximately twice per quarter over lunch or dinner.

The schedule and topics of the seminars, as they are planned, will be available on our website at boundariesofhumanity.stanford.edu/interdisciplinaryfaculty-seminars

—Event Producer