This bilingual event features two roundtable discussions and two main speakers: Diana Perez (Buenos Aires) and Jorge Gracia (Buffalo). The roundtable discussions will focus on the life of analytic philosophy today in Spanish, including issues about translation, and sociological observations about the life of philosophy in Spanish-speaking locations, communities of philosophers who are Spanish speakers in the dominantly English-speaking parts, and a recent debate in the journal Crítica about whether analytic philosophy should be published only in English.
Participants: Diana Pérez (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Josefa Toribio (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona), Patricia Marechal (Harvard University), Diana Acosta (Harvard University), Jorge Gracia (SUNY - Buffalo), Laura Pérez (Universidad Autónoma de México), Carla Merino (NYU/Arizona State). Coordinated by Susanna Siegel (Harvard University)
Co-sponsored by DAVID ROCKEFELLER CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES