I sometimes write on race and occasionally people ask me where I get off writing about race. Well, this is my fifth-grade class picture. I’m at the far right in the first row. That’s pretty much what all my classes looked like from the fourth grade through high school.
Robert Audi, John A. O’Brien Professor of Philosophy, Notre Dame University giving at talk entitled “Is This God’s Country? Religion and Democracy in American,” on October 20, 2022 at Drexel University.
Donald Tibbs, Professor of Law, Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Drexel University, and David S. Brown, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Drexel University, during the discussion following Audi’s talk.
Dinner at Danish Embassy, “Kierkegaard Repetitions: An International Conference Celebrating the Bicentenary of Kierkegaard’s Birth,” Johns Hopkins University, Sept. 2013.
Leonardo Lisi and Jonathan Lear, at “Kierkegaard Repetitions: An International Conference Celebrating the Bicentenary of Kierkegaard’s Birth, Johns Hopkins University, Sept. 2013
Graham McFee, IAPS Conference, Cal State Fullerton, Sept. 2013
Jesús Ilundain, IAPS Conference, Cal State Fullerton, Sept. 2013
The Philosophy and Religion Panel, Drexel University, 2013. The panelists (from left to right): Robert Audi, James Herbert, Douglas Porpora, Paula Marantz Cohen, M.G. Piety
Robert Audi’s talk, “Governmental Secularity and Religious Citizenship,” Philosophy Week ’13
Doug Porpora moderates at Audi’s talk
The reception after Audi’s talk in the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building (note the section of the bio-wall in the left of the photo).
Philly Skates’ Instructors Drexel student Michael Solonoski, Kimberly Navarro and Brent Bommentre, and Philly Skates’ student Briana Muldrow
The Philosophy of Sport class at the 2007 Liberty Skate competition in Aston, PA
The poet and caricaturist Don Riggs.