The 3rd annual Social Metaphysics Workshop was held on June 22-25, 2022 in Durham, North Carolina. The topic of the workshop was social metaphysics, broadly construed. The keynote speakers were Brian Epstein and Elizabeth Barnes. The keynote talks were filmed and they will be available for viewing at a later date.
There were eight sessions over three days (2 full days, 1 half day), plus a welcome day. Aside from the keynote, sessions will consist of one speaker and two commentators. The workshop was only open to selected participants and Duke-affiliated students and faculty.
The full program can be found here.
Kevin Richardson is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Duke University. He currently works at the intersection of metaphysics, philosophy of language, and social philosophy.
Asya Passinsky is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Central European University in Vienna. Her main areas of research are metaphysics, social philosophy, and feminist philosophy.
This workshop is hosted by the Duke University Philosophy Department. The workshop has also received funding support from the International Social Ontology Society.