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Dr. Rebecca L. Farinas and Dr. Aleksandra Lukaszewicz Alcaraz opening conference on „Emancipation: challenges at the Intersection of American and European Philosophy“ at Fordham University, 26th February, 2015.


Conference room.


Dr. Rebecca L. Farinas and Prof. Roberta Dreon. In the background: PhD Richard F. Ford Sr., Bessie Bazile, Brendan Hogan.


Prof. John Ryder and Prof. Leszek Koczanowicz.


Left to right: Dr. Philipp Dorstewiz, Prof. Jón Ólafsson, Atila T. Calvente, Prof. Crispin Satrwell, unrecognized


Panel “Aesthetics and Art of Emancipation” during Dr. Rebecca L. Farinas speech on “The Icon Moves: Diversity through Pragmatic/Religious Aesthetics of the Maidan”. Left to right: the Prof. Kenneth Stikkers, Prof. Judith M. Green, Dr. Aleksandra Łukaszewicz Alcaraz, Prof. Arnold Berleant, Prof. Leszek Kochanowicz, Prof. Crispin Sartwell, Dr. Rebecca L. Farinas, Prof. Roberta Dreon, Prof. Joseph Margolis, Atila T. Calvente, Prof. John Ryder, Dr. Philipp Dorstewiz, Brendan Hogan

Emancipation of Human Form

Art Performance of Malgorzata Michalowska: „Emancipation of Human Form“, 28th February, 2015. Fordham University.


Malgorzata Michalowska and PhD Richard F. Ford Sr. In the background: Prof. Roberta Dreon, Prof. Arnold Berleant, Prof. Kenneth Stikkers, Atila T. Calvente.


Dr. Philipp Dorstewitz and Prof. Judith M. Green in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1st March, 2015.


Prof. Joseph Margolis signing the conference poster during the closing session.


Prof. Joseph Margolis and Prof. Arnold Berleant signing the conference poster during the closing session.


Comments and Fareweiils. Left to right: Prof. Leszek Koczanowicz, Prof. Judith M. Green, Prof. Crispin Sartwell, unrecognized, Prof. Jón Ólafsson.


Prof. Roberta Dreon, Prof. Leszek Koczanowicz, Dr. Aleksandra Lukaszewicz Alcaraz at the 5th Avenue.


Brendan Hogan interviewing Prof. Joseph Margolis an the Holiday Inn, Mangattan, 1st March, 2015.


Private Tour of Thomas Hart Benton Mural Gallery and American Wing in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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