Kant's 'Determination of the Concept of Race in Human Beings'-- A Reading Workshop

When and Where

Friday, November 18, 2022 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
MN3230, Collaborative Digital Research Space
UTM Campus


Forbes Morlock


We are pleased to announce our distinguished guest, Professor Forbes Morlock (Syracus University London), as our speaker and workshop leader for the JHI-UTM Seminar Series, "Mediating Race,  Reimagining Geopolitics."  This event is organized by Assistant Professor Elizabeth Wijaya (U of T) with assistance from Yung-Lin Wang and Daniele Iannucci, and is co-hosted by the Jackman Humanities Institute and the UTM Collaborative Digital Research Space.

Workshop - Friday, November 18

"Kant's 'Determination of the Concept of Race in Human Beings'-- A Reading Workshop"


MN3230, Collaborative Digital Research Space (UTM Campus)

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Lunch Provided

To RSVP, email e.wijaya@utoronto.ca. Space is limited.

Forbes Morlock is working on two books -- one on Ottobah Cugoano's Thoughts and Sentiments and the other on the invention of race among Kant, Blumenbach, and Joseph Banks.  He has published on Freud, Derrida, and Rancière, as well as works of litearture, visual art, and film.  A member of the KRAATZ artists' collective, he lives in Brixton and teaches in the English Department at Syracuse University London. 

Contact Information

Elizabeth Wijaya


JHI-UTM Seminar Series