The Catholic University of America

Lecture and Series

Each year the School of Philosophy invites a number of prominent scholars to offer lectures in their areas of specialty. These lectures, which are important events within our own university community, are also noteworthy to the philosophical community at large and are open to the general public.

In the fall semester, we proudly host our Annual Philosophy Lecture Series, organized around a compelling philosophical theme. In addition to these series hosted by the school, a number of lectures are organized each spring semester by our graduate students. As with the school's annual series, the Spring Lectures host prominent scholars and are open to the general public.

For more information about past, current, and upcoming lectures, click on the links below.

 


 

Alasdair MacIntyre in the Fall 2009
Annual Philosophy Lecture Series