The Yale Philosophy Department and the Whitney Humanities Center are pleased to host the Ideology Conference on Friday and Saturday, January 29th and 30th, 2016. The conference, co-organized by Jason Stanley (Yale) and Sally Haslanger (MIT), brings together an esteemed group of scholars to discuss Ideology, broadly construed.
The conference will be held on the Yale University Campus, in the Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall at 120 High Street, on Friday, January 29th, and in the Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium at 53 Wall Street, on Saturday, January 30th, in New Haven, CT. The conference is free and open to the public.
The Ideology Conference is committed to accessibility. All accommodation requests should be sent to Co-Organizer Sally Haslanger.
For maps and directions, as well as lodging and dining suggestions, please refer to the Yale Visitor Center’s website.
Please click here for the conference program.