ArgLab • Talk

Conversation about Incarceration and Education

With Jennifer Lackey

This Wednesday, April 19, at 6:30 pm, a conversation will take place at the Tigre de Papel bookstore on Incarceration and Education with Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern Education Prison Program).

Chair: Nuno Viegas, journalist at Fumaça.

Jennifer Lackey is Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University. Her theoretical research and public intervention activities are centered in the area of ​​Epistemology, with a focus on Social Epistemology, Applied Epistemology and Legal Epistemology. She is founder and director of the Northwestern Prison Education Program. Her most recent work covers a variety of topics in Social Epistemology, including false confessions and testimonial injustice, the criminal justice system, epistemic duties and the obligation to object, the epistemic status of punishment. A list of her most recent participations in public intervention activities can be consulted here and here. Among her international collaborations, participation in the “Epistemic blame and epistemic reparations” project, currently underway between Northwestern University and the African Center for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, stands out. Jennifer Lackey is an editor for the academic journals Episteme and Philosophical Studies.

This event is co-organized by Tigre de Papel and ArgLab/IFILNOVA.